There're buses going to Bialka Tatrzanska from Zakopane bus station every hour or so and takes about 40 mins. Once there the lower part by the entrance is very busy with people queueing big time, but I found didn't have to wait longer than 5 mins. Higher up in the slopes there's greater choice of pistes and much less people...
as for the skiing value it is a bit better than the polish average, but still not very good - it is short and tons of people ski there every high season. but the infrastructure is nice and you can eat a nice cheap meal in one of the restaurants nearby.
It was quite warm when I was there so snow wasn't the best. They have many lifts compare to other places next to Zakopane but slopes are very easy. Just one is quite hard. Restaurant on the top of the hill have good and cheap food.
The nice thing is that even with warming temperatures there is always snow and you can ski from morning to 22:00 pm. The slopes are lit at nights, my daughter loved it.
Tickets are easy to use with 2/4/24 hours as a choice.
However, they do get expensive in comparison with what you get in other countries including smaller resorts...
Best polish ski resort!!! Numbers of slopes to choose. Lots of places to eat a food. Bit busy because of lots of people. Better to ski in the afternoon. Would recommend to everybody. Will definitely be back!!! See you there. :)
Poland's best ski!
In the morning a lot of people (especially families), queues at the elevators, but in the afternoon you can ski very well, up until 10 pm.
There are many restaurants and friendly prices.
Kasprovy Wierch was unfortunately not open for the season when I visited Zakopane, so I was recommended to visit Bialka.
The snow was decent, but the hill (not a mountain, by any stretch of the imagination) was teeny and very basic. Probably a very good place to learn to ski if you don't mind the crowds. As a reasonably advanced...
even though we stayed in Zakopane, but we've discovered Bialka and Kotelnica. The tracks are really cool! there are plenty of options for different levels of proficiency. Lots of cafe by the mountain and up the hill