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Ski resort Kotelnica Białczańska in Białka Tatrzańska - skiing piste complex in Białka Tatrzańska in the Bukowina Tatrzańska commune on the Eastern slopes of Kotelnica (918 m a.s.l.) and Jankulakowski Wierch (934 m a.s.l.), 6 passenger cableway with wind covers and heated seats, 1090 m long, waiting time – 4 minutes. 6 passenger cableway 1350 m long, waiting time – 4.5 minutes. 4 passenger cableway 800 m long. 4 passenger cableway 540 m long. 3 passenger cableway 1380 m long. 2 T-bar ski lifts 690m long each, surface lift 300 m long, in the vicinity of which there’s a professional snow park. You can use 8 skiing pistes of different degrees of difficulty, which can be used by both skiers and snowboarders at different levels of advancement.
GRAPA-LITWINKA you can use a detachable 4-person chair lift 900 m long, altitude difference of 151 m and transport capacity of 2,400 persons/hour. It will take you to the top in a few minutes. On bright days you will have the opportunity to admire beautiful views of the Tatras during this journey and in the evenings – a breath taking sunset behind Babia Góra. We also have 3 T-bar lifts: the first one is beginner-friendly - it has the length of 120 m, altitude difference of 14 m and transport capacity of 400 persons/hour. The second one, to the left of the chair lift, is 400 m long, altitude difference of 77 m and transport capacity of 900 persons/hour. The third one (whose construction is underway) to the right of the chair lift, is 400 m long, altitude difference of 86 m and transport capacity of 900 persons/hour.
Zebra Ski Białka Tatrzańska - winter sports resort with ski lift complex "Zebra" is located in Białka Tatrzańska between Kaniówka, Bania and Kotelnica. You can find three excellent skiing pistes here, 750 and 200 metres long, and a surface lift.

The prepared piste has a traffic capacity from 400 to 750 persons/hour, and the slope has altitude difference of 112 metres and a flat bottom. The slope is located on the Eastern side. "Zebra" is prepared to receive skiers both during the day and at night – it has a lighting system installed.