Located to the north and east of the Ustrzyki Dolne, the Słonne Mountains comprise many nature reserves and natural monuments. In this area you will find excellent conditions for hiking, biking and horse riding along marked trails

Ustrzyki Dolne


how to get there

Because of its geographical location and climate this is a great place for water sports. Within the commune there are two ski stations at Gromadzyń and Laworta as well as ski lifts of Mały Król in Ustrzyki, in Ropienka and in Arłamów. Ustrzyki Dolne is called the winter capital of the Podkarpackie Region. Besides downhill slopes there are also cross-country trails ranking among the best in Poland.


In Ustrzyki Dolne you can visit the Bieszczady Natural History Museum. The town hosts regularly organized cultural and sports events. The most important include Carpathian Tourism Fairs, “Bojkowiana” Folk Fairs, Bread Feast, as well as Festival of Country Music and Borderland Culture. For many tourists Ustrzyki is a starting point for hiking trips to the Bieszczady summits.


Those into sight-seeing can visit here a number of landmarks located along the Podkarpackie Wooden Architecture Route, for instance the old parish tserkov dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Krościenko, tserkov of St. Paraskeva in Ustjanowa Górna and tserkov of the Most Holy Mother of God Pokrov in Równia. All of these today are used by Roman Catholics.



Worth seeing:

Museum of the Milling Industry and Countryside

Słonne Mountains Landscape Park


Natural History Museum of the Bieszczady National Park


  • town square

  • brick houses from the 18th and 19th centuries

  • tserkov dedicated to the Dormition of the Holy Mother from 1847

  • synagogue from the first half of the 1800s, currently Professor Eugeniusz Waniek Regional and Municipal Public Library

  • church dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary from the 1700s

  • church of Our Lady Queen of Poland

  • Gromadzyń Ski Station

  • Lawrota Ski Station




Photo: Radosław Plamowski