Gubałówka is a mountain ridge located in Zakopane, Kościelisko and the highest situated in Poland village of Ząb. A characteristic point visible from the whole area is the radio and television tower, but there are many tourist attractions here. For sure they are a funicular railway and two chairlifts leading to Gubałówka and neighboring Butorowy Wierch. The characteristic promenade, just over a kilometer long, offers tourists the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful panorama of the Tatras with Giewont in the foreground.
The gastronomic offer of several restaurants and many small gastronomy points will not allow visitors to get hungry. You can use the toboggan run, explore the area on quad bikes and mountain bikes. An interesting fact is the possibility of combining the attractions of the trip to the top of the cable car, and the exit by bike. There is a rope park here, and even … a golf course. Along the promenade are arranged various attractions found in many other resorts, such as skill games, stands with braids, you can take a picture in highland clothing, or with a Tatra sheepdog.
The whole band also has a story related to Saint. John Paul II – in 1997 he traveled this way from Zakopane to Ludźmierz, hence there is also an alternative name, the Papal Way, and in some places you can encounter obelisks commemorating that event. In winter, besides the ski slope, there is a snowmobile rental company that organizes trips around the area (even with a New Year’s welcome!), The youngest can play in the snowpark, and hiking trails are worth visiting on snowshoes. An alternative to spending free time is also a dog sled ride. To sum up, Gubałówka can not be bored in summer or winter.