In Poronin, there are four slopes of different difficulty level. Snowmaking and grooming equipment is used to keep good conditions for skiing. The following lighted ski slopes are available: Galicowa Grapa (900 and 200 metres long), Stasikówka (300 metres long), U Gackowa (300 metres long).
Małe Ciche – 3 kilometres away from Paryzanka Guesthouse. There is a modern chair ski lift called ‘Małe Ciche’ (1300 metres long slope of medium difficulty. There is also a small ski slope for beginners (610 metres long). While skiing, one can admire a picturesque views of the Tatra Mountains.
Bukowina Tatrzańska – 4 kilometres away from Paryzanka Guesthouse. There are several ski lifts, a cable-railway, a sled track and an obstacle course with a ramp. The longest ski slope is 700 metres long (chair ski lift). The other ski slopes are situated on the following peaks: Wysoki Wierch, Wierch Olczański, Wierch Szymkówka, and Głodówka. The ski slopes have been prepared for the use by skiers and snowboarders of different skill levels.
Białka Tatrzańska – 12 kilometres away from Paryzanka Guesthouse. There is the most modern and the biggest ski resort in the Podhale region. The most popular ski slopes are Kotelnica, Kaniówka and Bania. The ski slopes are prepared for different ski levels. There are several ski chair lifts and T-bar lifts.
Kasprowy Wierch – 8 kilometres away from Paryzanka Guesthouse. It is the most popular ski resort in Poland, situated in the high Tatra Mountains. On the peak (1987 m) you need to take a cable car. From the top of Kasprowy lead two ski runs. The First one to Hala Gąsienicowa and the second run leads to the Hala Goryczkowa. The longest ski slope is 6000 metres long. The slopes are recommended for advanced skiers and snowboarders.