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Kamieńczyka Fall

The Kamieńczyk Waterfall, Zackenfall or Wodospad Kamieńczyka stands as the highest waterfall in the Polish part of the Giant Mountains. It plunges dramatically from a height of 27 meters (about 89 feet) cascading down three impressive tiers of rock.

Wodospad Kamieńczyka

How to get to Wodospad Kamieńczyka

Reaching the waterfall is a delightful experience in itself. Visitors embark on a scenic hike through the lush, green forest of the Giant Mountains. The well-marked trail to the waterfall is accessible and suitable for most visitors, including families with children. The path leads through the charming landscape, offering glimpses of the region's rich flora and fauna, and culminates in the stunning view of the waterfall.

The Mystique of the Waterfall's Grotto

Adding to its allure, the Kamieńczyk Waterfall hides a secret - a mysterious grotto known as the Golden View (Złoty Widok). According to local legends, this hidden cave was once a treasure trove for robbers and bandits. Today, visitors can explore this intriguing part of the waterfall by following a trail that leads inside the grotto, revealing a different perspective of the waterfall and its surrounding nature.

Nature And Surroundings

For the more adventurous souls, the area around Kamieńczyk Waterfall offers a range of activities. The challenging terrains are perfect for mountain biking and rock climbing, providing an adrenaline rush and a unique way to experience the Giant Mountains' rugged beauty. In the winter, the region transforms into a winter wonderland, offering skiing and snowboarding opportunities.

Recognizing its ecological and geological significance, the area around Kamieńczyk Waterfall is protected.

Your Trip To Wodospad Kamieńczyka

As a guest of The Oak Lodge the waterfall is easily accessible from the town of Szklarska Poręba, making it an ideal destination for a Day Trip or a Short Expedition. Nearby, visitors will find various amenities, including parking, souvenir shops, and small eateries, where they can sample local delicacies before returning to The Lodge

Distance:

30 km

Drive time:

 60 min 

Duration: 

min. 4-6 h 

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