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Two red-and-black pods on gondola lift’s cables with treetops below, and a lonely mountain rising from a sea of fog behind snow-swept forested hills.

Giving you a real lift.

The funiculars, cable car, and gondola lift shuttle you up and down Małopolska mountains all year round. They are an attractive way for tourists to travel fast up (or down) the mountains in summer, and – joined by a plethora of ski lifts in winter – offer high velocity and throughput transport to the ski stations situated higher up in the mountains. Małopolska boasts a fair number of those, conveniently situated in different parts of the region. More

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Two groups of tourists in colourful sweaters and helmets are ascending along a rocky ledge on the right, holding to some chains. Unlike the dark ranges of the Tatra Mountains visible behind, the rockface they are climbing is gently lit by the sun.

Where eagles dare.

If you’re likely to answer the question “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” with “Because it’s there”, following the famous retort of George Herbert Leigh Mallory, an English mountaineer who might have climbed Mount Everest nearly 30 years before Hillary, Małopolska has something more than just trekking in store for you. More

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Three tourists, nearly obscured by their large backpacks, stand on a boulder on the left, looking at an impressive arena of tall rocks surrounding a dark blue lake with some green vegetation on its shores. The day is sunny, and the sky is blue.

Walking high and low.

Have we told you that has Małopolska Region something for everyone to enjoy? We haven’t? Oh, then we should have! Long ago! Our mountains for example: even the highest Tatras are fronted by a line of gentler hills, known as the Regle, that offer plentiful options for walking. And yes, you’ve guessed right: as they are at the foot of the Tatras, once you’ve reached the top, you’ll be treated to wonderful panoramas of the rocky crags opening before your eyes as in reward for your climb. More

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A chapel of bright stone peering from among lush vegetation on a hill ridge. The day is sunny, even though tuft-like clouds in the centre are giving way to darker ones on the right and in the centre, over the distant hills.

Nature’s six shrines: Małopolska national parks.

Each of the region’s national parks is a powerful ecosystem with protected plants and animal species. The Tatras are a refuge for bears, marmots and chamois, and the 700 caves in the Ojcowski NP, smallest of them all, offers lodging to various bat species. The six treasure troves of nature as it should be. More

Małopolska has more to offer. Look and see: