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Poland Ski Trip 2024

The Trip

Attention all Scouts and Explorers! Are you looking for an exciting and unforgettable adventure? Look no further than our upcoming skiing trip to Zakopane or Krynica (depending on numbers), Poland in February 2024! With its stunning natural beauty and world-renowned ski slopes, Zakopane and Krynica is the perfect destination for those seeking a thrilling winter excursion. Whether you are a seasoned skier or a beginner, this trip promises to be an experience of a lifetime. So, come join us for an action-packed journey in the heart of the Polish mountains! To book scroll to the bottom of this page.

The Basics

  • Open to all Scout and Explorer section members
  • Have to be in a section at the time of travel
  • The period over 9th – 18th February 2024 (depending on flights)
  • Potential to include snowboard too for those interested
  • Bookings close 4th June 2023

The Trip Details

  • Ski School for 5 days
  • Ski Hire for 5 days
  • Ski Pass for 5 days
  • Accommodation
  • Food
  • Return Flights Zakopane (Krakow)/ Birmingham (if possible at the time of booking)
  • Internal Coach Travel
  • In-resort Entertainment
  • Insurance
  • X1 Pre-camp
  • Necker and Hoody

The Cost

The trip, including the pre-camp, is budgeted to be £1100. We have budgeted for all the items and allowed for a contingency. The final cost will be confirmed following the closing date, and we will know the exact numbers.

The payment schedule is as follows, with monies due by the last day of the month.

Payment Amount
Deposit due at time of booking by 4th June £50
June £100
July £100
August £100
Sept £250
November £500


What’s not included

  • Ski Trousers
  • Ski Coat
  • Ski Gloves
  • Ski Goggles (TBC)
  • Spending Money
  • Visas (Nationality dependent)
  • Spending Money
  • Own Thermals
  • Personal Kit


We will purchase cover from:

Bookings now closed

Nature and the outdoors are languages that can be learned. Once you identify a beech tree, tie a clove hitch or cook a simple meal over a fire that you’ve built yourself, you’ll never forget it.'
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls