The trip starts by the local Tourist Information Office and goes along Jedności Narodowej Street to Skwer Radiowej Trójki [Radio Three Square]. In the middle of the square there is a sculpture of The Ghost of The Mountains – The Ruler of The Karkonosze. Having obtained the Ghost’s permission to continue the trip we can move along 1 Maja Street passing by the town centre. Heading towards the chair lift to The Szrenica Mountain it is worth to stop by the Stone Circle which idea provider and author is Mr Zbigniew Frączkiewicz, the local artist. Moving further along Kilińskiego Street we can visit The Mineralogical Museum where minerals from all over the world, different fossils, a dinosaur’s skeleton and a fragment of Carboniferous wood have been provided for visitors. Next we go past Marianki Rocks and The Karkonoskie Centre of Ecological Education. It is a modern, interactive and multimedia centre where a lot of interesting curiosities may be learned about The Karkonosze Mountains. Next we have to follow the black trail which leads us to Rozdroże [The Crossroads] at the foot of Kamieńczyk. We have to change the trail to a red one which takes us straight to Kamieńczyk Waterfalls. Its gorge can be entered only in protective head helmets! There is a hostel by the waterfalls where a snack may be enjoyed. On the way back we take the red trail, go past the crossroads at the foot of Kamieńczyk and keep following the red trail till we reach the car park by Czeska Szosa and take the direction towards Krucze Skały by which the Mountain School QUASAR, specializing in mountain climbing, is situated. The trip ends in the point where it started, i.e. by the Tourist Information Office.
Trip time (excluding time spent in museums) about 2 hours.

The trip starts by the Tourist Information Office. A cobbled road takes us up in the direction of Świeradów. Behind a pass-over we turn left and follow a red trail. On the left, just above the railway station in Szklarska Poręba Górna there are Białe Skałki – an excellent view point over The Karkonosze Mountains. We have to change the red trail into the black one when we get to Rozdroże [The Crossroads] at the foot of Wysoki Kamień [The High Stone]. We turn right and walk along Droga Sudecka [Sudeten Road]. It is not a tourist trail, but just a road closed for traffic. It leads us till the end of black trail until we reach Zakręt Śmierci[The Death Curve]. There is a wonderful view point (with an installed telescope) providing an outstanding panorama of The Karkonosze Mountains.
Trip time – about 90 min.

The trip starts by the Tourist Information Office. We walk through the town centre along the green trail until we reach the black trail at Kołłątaja Street where Glass Factory in the Woods is situated. At the car park in front of the factory there is a giant sculpture of the Ghost of the Mountains and his Lady. Glass Factory in the Woods is the place where glass manufacturing traditions have been preserved for centuries and make Szklarska Poręba a famous place. Visitors can witness hand made glass production and buy glassware in the factory outlet. After leaving the Glass Factory in the Woods we walk along the road towards Old Walloon Hut which used to be the seat of the Walloons, legendary mineral stones diggers and excavators. There we can learn about treasuries to be found in The Karkonosze and The Izery Mountains. The black trail takes us back to the centre of Szklarska Poręba.
Trip time depends on the time spent in the Glass Factory in the Woods and Old Walloon Hut.

The route in its most part is not marked. The trip starts by the Tourist Information Office. We walk along the blue trail which offers outstanding landscape views. We go past Dinopark, three interesting Catholic churches in Szklarska Poręba Górna [Upper] and Dolna [Lower], we can visit the house of Gerhart and Carl Hauptmann (currently the seat of The Karkonoskie Museum) and also the house of Wlastimil Hofman, an outstanding painter in the period of Młoda Polska, who used to live in Szklarska Poręba for the last 23 years of his life. Szklarska Poręba Dolna represents the oldest part of the town.
Trip time – about 3,5 hours.

The trip starts by the Tourist Information Office. We walk through the town centre past Skwer Radiowej Trójki [Radio Three Square]. Next we enter the green trail, parallel to Kamienna River and Motorway No. 3. We pass by Czerwona Jama [The Red Cave]. On the left a campsite called “Baza Pod Ponurą Małpą [Base at Gloomy Monkey] can be seen – the legendary place where, for over 40 years, the National Students’ Song Contest has been held. We walk down towards the entrance to Szklarka Waterfall – a picturesque waterfall with a hospitable hostel “Kochanówka” next to it. On the way back we can visit the place where Jan Sztaudynger, Polish famous author of epigrams used to live and write his outstanding short, satirical poems.
Trip time – about 2 hours.

The trip starts by the Tourist Information Office. We get to the railway station in Szklarska Poręba Górna [Upper] catch Izerski Train and travel to Jakuszyce. There we change to a bus which takes us to the centre of Harrachov. Next we follow the red trail through Mityny to Izerka. At Izerka there is a border bridge renovated in 2005 by the people of Poland and The Czech Republic. It is an annul tradition that Polish and Czech communities meet on the bridge once a year. Next we follow the green trail towards Tourist Station at Orle clearing. It is the place where everybody can take a rest before continuing the trip. From Tourist Station at Orle we walk along the red trail to Jakuszycka Clearing. There we catch a train and return to Szklarska Poręba.
Trip time – about 5 hours.