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Autumn in Ustron

on November 16, 2012

One Sunday we went to Ustron – small town in mountains, survives because of tourists. In summer – hiking. In winter – skiing.

Ustron is not far away from Bielsko-Biala.

The biggest pleasure for me in mountains is to take chair-lift to the top, observe landscapes, feeling fresh breeze and swing legs. And we were lucky to get to local holiday -anniversary of chair-lift – and etrance ticket was for 1 PLN (0,25 EUR).

A lot of families with children came.

And we found ourself in beautiful autumn when leaves start to change color from green to yellow.

In top of mountain we found sledding way – quite popular attraction of winter ski resorts, but working at all seasons.

We took trail and just walk enjoying good weather and diverse nature.

We walk, walk and walk in forest and found ourself in … Czech Republic!

I was first time in Czech Republic!

In the border we found sign between trees and Czech restaurant with unknown lables of products and food.

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4 responses to “Autumn in Ustron

  1. aidmcd says:

    Hey, thanks for checking out my blog. I just took a look at yours, Ustron looks superb. Would you recommend a visit even as we enter the chilly season? Great blog anyway.

    • silesiaexplorer says:

      I suppose that in chilly season between yellow leaves and snow it is not a wonderful place. But now it starts to snow. And picture starts to be a winter fairy tale)) Skiing is waiting! Do you ski?

  2. zewpress says:

    Hello Explorers, where are you standing in Katowice?
    I am journalist
    I work in Szopienice and Siemianowice. Please give me more informations about us on the: zewpres@g.pl
    Facbook (Zbigniew Wieczorek)
    I greet

  3. restlessjo says:

    I would love the ride up in the chair lift.

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