The Bear Cave

One of the biggest attractions of the Śnieżnik Massif and the longest cave located on the Polish side of the Sudety Mountains. The cave was discovered accidentally in 1966 during marble mining. In 1977 the Nature Reserve including also the nearby area was established. The horizontally spread corridors of the cave have a total length of about 3 km and are located on three levels. Since 1983 a 360 m long route through the cave is available for tourists. People exploring the cave came across the remains of thousands of Pleistocene animals, especially the cave bears - hence the name of the cave.

Rich and diversified stalactite, including cascade reaching a height of 50 m and findings exhibited in the


pavilion entrance make the cave a popular trip destination. In order to maintain a specific microclimate inside the cave, groups of visitors have a maximum of 15 participants.

Important information
Due to high traffic and interest prior reservation of tickets is required.
- tel: +48 74 814 12 50

- e-mail: rezerwacja@jaskinia.pl

- website: www.jaskinia.pl


To make an online reservation please choose the villa: Villa Pepita / Villa Titina


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