About us

The most modern winter sports centre in Europe

Year-round sports centre located at the meeting point of Polish, Czech and German borders

Your Polana Jakuszycka

With direct access to the surrounding nature.
365 days

We are open

#NaPolanie is a place for winter sports, summer sports and comfortable relaxation
90 km of cross-country and bicycle trails
of varying levels of difficulty including a biathlon shooting range.
500 000 +

Visitors to the Polana Jakuszycka annually


Europe's most modern cross-country skiing and biathlon centre with 200 high standard accommodation places.

  • The longest network of cross-country trails in Poland,
  • Centre of winter and summer sports,
  • Comfortable accommodation,
  • Spa centre with swimming pool,
  • Sports hall,
  • Cross-country skiing trails,
  • Ski equipment hire, changing rooms
  • Restaurant and Bistro with coffee bar,
  • Friendly green areas,
  • Terraces with a unique view of the Jizera Mountains,
  • The highest railway station in Poland.

Underground car park

  • More than 200 parking spaces,
  • Charging stations for electric vehicles.


Price list:

  • 1 April - 30 November

Up to 20 minutes - 0 PLN

For 1 hour - 7 PLN

All day (7.00-23.00) - 50 PLN

Hotel guest - 50 PLN


  • 1 December - 31 March

Monday - Friday

Up to 5 hours - PLN 35

All day (7.00-23.00) - 70 zł

Hotel guest - 50 zł


  • Saturday, Sunday, holidays

Up to 5 hours - 45 PLN

All day (7.00-23.00) - 90 PLN

Hotel guest - 50 PLN

Frequently asked questions

If you have any questions about your investment, here are the answers
Why isn't the swimming pool full size?
The DCS facility on the Jakuszycka Glade is realised as a winter sports centre. First of all, appropriate functions required by FIS and IBU regulations for all cross-country and biathlon competitions are located. The swimming pool has a recreational role. It also complements the training functions for the athletes, as does the entire spa area. It was realised in the largest possible dimensions, with very strict provisions of the local plan, adopted by the Municipal Council of Szklarska Poręba, precisely defining the maximum size of the building.
Why isn't the football pitch full-size?
The pitch with a running track, which is part of the Lower Silesian Centre Polana Jakuszycka, primarily serves the function of training for athletes and recreation for guests of the resort #NaPolana. The dimensions of the pitch and the running track allow competitions for primary school pupils. Appropriate functions required by FIS and IBU regulations for all cross-country and biathlon competitions have been located first.
The stadium, running track and field were built in accordance with the stipulations of the local and state administrations regarding the location near the Krkonoše National Park. We used state-of-the-art materials with low environmental impact for the construction of the stadium.
Why isn't there a 400 metre athletics track?
Running track description The DCS facility on the Jakuszycka Glade is implemented as a winter sports centre. Running on a 25- or 50-metre treadmill does not count as a winter sport. Appropriate functions required by FIS and IBU regulations for all cross-country and biathlon competitions have been located first. The other sports and recreational functions are auxiliary, training or leisure functions.
Why are there so few parking spaces?
The car park in the basement of the Lower Silesian Sports Centre on Jakuszycka Glade has 200 parking spaces. The capacity has been calculated in proportion to the accommodation of the facility and adjusted to the potential number of cars in the event of international sports competitions. The car parks of the Piast Race Association, with a capacity of 800, are located nearby. The best way to reach the DCS Polana Jakuszycka from Wrocław is by train on the Lower Silesian Railway. Polana Jakuszycka is the highest located railway station in Poland. It is located at 886 metres above sea level.
Is the facility energy efficient?
The main source of heat for the building are three heat pumps with a total capacity of 633kW and a COP of 4.7 (coefficient expressing the ratio of the amount of heat supplied to the amount of electricity consumed by the pump). The heat pumps are supplied by a bottom source, which consists of three independent circuits of 38 boreholes and a depth of approximately 100m each. The heat pump system is supported by an oil-fired boiler, which provides a backup and peak source.

During the summer, the heat pumps have the option of operating in active cooling and domestic hot water production functions. It is also possible to operate the pump system in a passive cooling function. This enables the building to be cooled almost cost-free.

The heat source covers the demand for central heating, process heat (for ventilation and swimming pool technology) and domestic hot water.

In the warm season, the heat pumps both heat the domestic hot water and are also used to cool the building.

All rooms have been equipped with mechanical or gravity ventilation.

Separate ventilation systems with heat recovery were used for all important functions. High-efficiency heat exchangers enable heat recovery from the exhaust air with an efficiency of more than 80%.

For kitchen systems, glycol heat exchangers were used with additional high-efficiency air filtration in the canopies, which makes it possible to recover more than 200kW of heat from the kitchen hoods.

The units are equipped with automation allowing maximum optimisation of energy consumption depending on the demand for air volume in the building, the required air parameters and the atmospheric conditions outside.

An air volume control system, equipped with VAV variable flow controllers, was used on some ventilation systems. This makes it possible to optimise the amount of supply and extract air to parts of the rooms with variable demand. At the same time, this reduces both electricity and heat consumption in the building.

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Investment co-financed by the Minister of Sport and Tourism with funds from the Fund for the Development of Physical Culture (FRKF) as part of the Programme for Investments of Special Importance for Sport.
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