At the Hotel *** Pod Jedlami you will find up-to-date information regarding walking and coach tours organised by the Polish Tourist Society – the front desk makes reservations for interested guests.

Guided Tours

Upon request, our Hotel can organise a walk or a trip with a qualified mountain guide for a larger groups (minimum 8 people). Just tell us the type of route, date and time you would like to go, and we will prepare an offer and if it is acceptable for you, we will book a guide.

At the Hotel's reception you will also find up-to-date information on walking and coach tours organised by the Polish Tourist Society.

  • Wisła Bus Station - Wisła Oaza through the centre (45 min) - red trail The route starts at the church by the bus station in Wisła. The route meanders through the numerous gardens, cafés, bars, restaurants and shops. Walking down the street, we reach Hoff Square, where the Town Hall, the Wisła Community Centre, "Marzenie" cinema and the Beskid Museum, among other things, are located. The walk concludes at the bridge over the Vistula River, near the Wisła Oaza bus stop. 


  • Wisła Dworzec bus station - Wisła Oaza bus station through Skolnity (3 h) 730 m above sea level - red trail The trail begins at the church by the bus station in Wisła, and goes  through open spaces from where you can enjoy nice views. After several minutes of walking up the mountain, we reach a wide road, where the yellow walking trail also runs. We go under the railway bridge built in 1932 in Wisła Dziechcince and end the trip at the bus stop Wisła Oaza.


  • Wisła Głębce train station - Wisła Kopydło through Kobyla (2 h 30 min) - red trail The trail begins at the railway station Wisła Głębce. Walking mostly on asphalt, we get to Turystyczna Street, and after a while turn onto Spokojna Street. On reaching the Kobyla estate, the red walking trail turns gently to the right and connects to the blue tourist trail. On  the nearest bend of the road Krzokowa Skała is located. From the top of Krzokowa Skała it is possible to enjoy the beautiful mountain landscape. After a while, we reach a signpost, where the red trail ends, and the green trail starts, leading us to the bus station.


  • Wisła Głębce train station - Wisła Kopydło through Groniczek (1 h 20 min) - green trail The trail starts at the main bus station in Wisła and goes through the town all the time. We cross the busy 1 Maja Street and head towards the Golebiewski Hotel. The route goes past the entrance to the hotel, and then on to Ks. Bp. Juliusz Bursche Street. At the beginning of the street there is a monument commemorating the place of residence of this distinguished local person. The trail goes  among buildings until Wisła Oaza. Then we go along the banks of the river, cross the bridge, and after a while we reach Kopydło Street, where the green trail ends.


  • Wisła Nowa Osada PTTK "Nad Zaporą" - Kubalonka Pass 761 m above sea level (2 hrs) - green trail The walk starts at the PTTK Tourist House "Nad Zaporą" in Wisła Nowa Osada. We follow the paved road through the forest and after a few hundred metres we reach the Czerniański Lake and the dam. The trail then goes through the forest, winding and is sometimes quite steep. After several minutes of walking we reach the Szarcula Pass (763 m). Walking further on the paved road, after a few minutes we reach the Kubalonka Pass (761 m). In nice weather, standing on the edge of the forest, you can see the Tatra mountains from the Kubalonka Pass.


  • Wisła Malinka Spółdzielnia bus station - Czarne Fojtula through Cienków (1 h) - blue trail The trail begins at the bus stop Wisła Malinka Spółdzielnia. We get to the place where our trail joins the yellow hiking trail leading further to Cienków (720 m). At the top there also is a small highland inn. The blue walking trail continues all the way down. After a few minutes of walking the steep paved road, we arrive at the bus stop Czarne Fojtula - we can go uphill using the blue hiking trail and reach the White Vistula cascades (about 3 miles) or go down a few hundred metres on a paved road to the shores of Czerniański Lake.
  • Soszów Wielki 886 m above sea level
    (blue, red, black trails)
    Ascent: blue trail (1 h) + black trail (45 min) + red trail (45 min)
    Descent: blue trail (1 h 45 min)
    The trip starts at the railway station Wisła - Uzdrowisko, where the blue hiking trail starts, taking us onto Soszów Wielki. The black hiking trail begins at the bus station Jawornik - Hotel Stok and goes to the Beskidek Pass (684 m ASL - 45 min). The Sosnowski Main Beskid Trail (red trail) takes us through the pass. Following it to the north we get to Wielka Czantoria and further Ustroń, while going south we get to Soszów Mały, Soszów Wielki and later on, Stożek Wielki. On the red trail we head south and after a while we begin an easy ascent onto Soszów Mały (762 m ASL) We can walk down the red trail to the mountain shelter below the Soszów Wielki. Soszów Wielki is 886 meters above sea level, and a picturesque landscape can be admired from the top. Standing at the top you will be able to see Czantoria Wielka, Równica, Orłowa, Skrzyczne, Cieślar, Stożek Wielki and more.
  • Trzy Kopce Wiślańskie 810 m above sea level
    (yellow and green trail)
    Ascent: yellow trail (1 hr 30 min)
    Descent: yellow trail (30 min) + green trail (1 h)
    The route starts on 11 Listopada Street. Then we climb up onto Kamienny - a peak 790 m above sea level The route from Kamienny to Trzy Kopce Wiślańskie is not long, and after about 15 minutes walking we reach the top of the mountain (810 m ASL). Trzy Kopce Wiślańskie is one of the most interesting vantage points in the vicinity of  Wisła. The blue trail starts on the Trzy Kopce Wiślańskie leading to Orłowa (1 h 30 min) and Równica (2 h 30 min), as well as the green trail leading to Brenna Leśnica (1 h), on to Horzelica (2 h 15 min) and to Brenna Centre (3 h). The green trail starts behind the Gościejów  peak (812 m ASL), in the place where the yellow trail comes out into the open area. Here we should turn right, into the forest path which leads steeply down. The descent through the forest on the green trail is steep and rocky. It leads to Wyzwolenia Street, where there is a bus stop, which marks the end of the trip.
  • Stożek Wielki 978 m above sea level, Stożek Mały 843 m above sea level, Cieślar 918 m above sea level
    (yellow, red, blue trails)
    Ascent: yellow trail (2 h 30 min) + red trail from Stożek Wielki to Cieślar (about 45 minutes)
    Descent: red trail (about 15 min) + yellow trail (30 min) + blue trail (1 hr 15 min)
    The yellow hiking trail leading to Stożek Wielki (978 m) starts at the railway station Wisła Dziechcinka. The trip begins at the bus stop Wisła Oaza on the red walking trail, which, after a few dozen metres, joins the yellow and blue hiking trails. The approach onto Stożek Wielki, using the yellow and red trail, goes along the forest road along the border posts. We go back using the red trail from the place where the yellow trail turned, and head towards Wisła. A few dozen metres away, below the road, the Krzokowa Skała is located.
  • Barania Góra 1220 m above sea level and Polana Przysłop
    (blue, red and black trails)
    Ascent: blue trail (2 h 30 min)
    Descent: red trail (1 h) + black trail (1 hr 15 min)
    The trip to Barania Góra starts from the Wisła Czarne Fojtula bus station. From Czarne Fojtula we follow the blue hiking trail. Then the blue trail turns right, where a not too steep approach on a dirt road begins. Following the muddy and stony road, after a few minutes we get to the famous cascades of White Vistula. We pass the Buzek Barania Góra Forest Preserve created in 1953 to preserve the natural surroundings of Barania Góra, where the Vistula river begins. Barania Góra is 1,220 m above sea level, and its top features an observation tower and wooden benches. After about 45 minutes walking, we get to Polana Przysłop, where a mountain shelter, the Museum of Tourism in Silesian Beskid and the Forestry Museum are located. We then go further along the route which goes along the red trail, toward Kubalonka. We return following the black trail leading to Wisła Czarne.
    The programme includes:
    Visiting the Pszczyna Palace which dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, featuring rich and valued collections, as well as the Hall of Mirrors, where "Evenings with the Telemann" are held to this day. A walk to the dam in Goczałkowice and a rest in the gardens of the world in the "U Kapiasa" café. Opportunity to visit the gardens, many interesting ideas and interesting plants.


    The programme includes:
    The shrine on the Matki Boskiej Szczyrkowskiej Hill and the Cave with the Miraculous Spring, a panorama from the vantage point at the Sanctuary, ski jumps, market square and the Beskid Gallery.


    Framework programme:
    Drive on a scenic route through the Salmopolska Pass and Szczyrk, visiting the Żywiec Brewery Museum. The visit at the museum includes a journey in a time capsule, walking through a maze of history, beer tasting in a relaxed atmosphere, and for every visitor a small gift from the brewery. 


    The programme includes:
    Travel by coach to Wisła Czarne to the Presidential Castle, visiting the interior of the Presidential Mansion i.e. "Upper Castle", visiting the Tirolean Shrines of 1909, from the time of the Habsburgs, a walk around the lake Czerniański dam, the A. Malysz Ski Jump in Wisła Malinka, Gallery of Adam Małysz trophies and the Ski Museum in Wisła. 


    The programme includes:
    Travel by coach through Wisła and the Kubalonka Pass. Visiting the Kawuloków Cottage from 1863, filled with old equipment and musical instruments: pipes, bag pipes, trembitas, and pastoral horns. Visiting the lace museum in Koniaków.
    Free time on the Polish - Czech border, with the opportunity to go shopping or visit the "Bez Granic" Gallery.


    The programme includes:
    Getting to Równica by coach. Admiring the beautiful mountain views, a visit to the mountain shelter, Zbójnicka Chata and Czarcie Kopyto, where you can roast a trout over the fire, taste the "devil's drink", sit in the corner of love and soak up the unique atmosphere of the 200 year old cottage.  


    The programme includes:
    City tour (Stephansdom Cathedral, Parliament, City Hall, Hofburg), walk through the gardens, walk to the Polish church, go up the Leopoldsberg hill - an impressive panorama of the city. 


    The programme includes:
    Hradčany (Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral with crypts, Old Royal Palace, Golden Lane), crossing the old castle stairs to the Mala Strana in the area of the Valdenštajna Palace, Charles Bridge, Old Town (the former coronation route Celetna Street, Karlova Street, Old Town Square to the City Hall with the Astronomical Clock), Wenceslas Square. 


    The programme includes:
    Ascent to the protected exposure of the Macocha precipice (view of the ancient bottom of the cave, 138m down), descend in a gondola to Pustý žleb, Punkevní cave tours (part of the tour route is in a boat through the underground river Punkvy) Ekovlak ecological train ride through Pustý žleb, visit the former the capital city of Moravia, Olomouc (walk through the historic part of the city: the lower and upper market, town hall with the astronomical clock,  St. Maurice Church, St. Trinity Column which is entered into the UNESCO register). 


    The programme includes:
    Drive through the scenic road among mountain ranges, a relaxing bathe in a cave in the so-called steamy pool (temperature about 42 °C) or thermal outdoor pools with water temperature around 30°C), visiting historic towns: Kremnica (the oldest mint of the Austro-Hungarian Empire), Banska Štiavnica (entered into the UNESCO register). 


    The programme includes:
    A cruise on the Orava lake to the island of Slanicki Ostrov or rafting down the Orava river to the Orava Castle, visiting the Orava Castle, picturesquely situated on a rock 112m above the Orava riverbed, a visit to the wooden church in Tvardošin recognized by Europa Nostra. 


    The programme includes:
    Visiting the Freedom Cave (considered to be one of the most beautiful caves in Central Europe) or Ice Cave (with dripstone in the form of icicles), a bath in the healing thermal waters (water temperature 27-40 °C) or a trip using a chairlift to Chopok (the second highest peak of the Low Tatras), a drive through the National Mala Fatra Park,  the Vrátna valley rich in rock outcrops and the Terchova village.