Active amid nature
The Kamieńczyk Waterfall (846 m), which is part of the Karkonosze National Park, is the highest waterfall in the Polish Sudetes. It is located on the route linking Szklarska Poręba and Szrenica. Getting to the waterfall, initially easy, becomes slightly more difficult leading through the stony path and takes about two hours.
A distinctive feature of the Kamieńczyk Waterfall is that it consists of three cascades with a total height of 27 meters. The Kamieńczyk Gorge itself is 100m long. The waterfall can be admired both from the top and from the ground.
23 km from the hotel
26 min by car