Jaskinia Niedźwiedzia w Kletnie
is the biggest cave in Polish Sudetes and one of the longest and the deepest ones in Poland, it was discovered in 1966 during exploitative works in a quarry Kletno III. The identified length of chambers and corridors is over 5 km and the dept is above 100 m. The upper level is preserved partially,through the central level there runs a tourist route and speleothems. The tourist route is 350 m long. Due to the preservation of unique microclimate the number of entrances is limited and each group may count not more than 15 people.
In the cave there were found many remains of Ice Age animals mainly cave bear (Ursus Spelaelus) thus the origin of the cave's name. Among the findings there were also: bones of bear cave, a cave hyena, a wolf, a wisent, a fisher, a bat, a roe deer, a boar and a fox. The lower parts of the cave are currently not available for tourists. The cave was made available for tourists in 1983.
The tickets must be reserved in advance preferable via website www.jaskinianiedzwiedzia.pl
Opening dates of the cave in the winter season: 26-31.12.2019, 12.01 - 24.02.2019, from 12.03.2019 every day
Normal ticket 27 zl,
half price 22 zl
Opening hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Adress: 18 Kletno Street, Stronie Śląskie 57-550