Paseky nad Jizerou belongs to sought-after ski centres. First ski lift was built there in 1974 as one of first ones outside of main Giant Mountains centres. At present there are 5 ski lifts with a capacity of 4,800 persons/an hour and 10 km of ski slopes, of which 80% are technically snowed. Running of the entire resort is ensured by two operators, the village of Paseky nad Jizerou and Pizár Company s.r.o. Joint tickets may be used for the entire resort. Wide ski slopes leading along mountain meadows are popular both with beginners and more experienced skiers and snowboarders.
There are three ski rentals, two skiing schools and sufficient network of fast foods. The ski resort in Paseky nad Jizerou is part of a ski region» associating ski centres of Harrachov, Rokytnice nad Jizerou, Rejdice and Příchovice. Some types of tickets may be used for the entire ski region. The accessibility of the resort from the Buďárka Guest House on skies is almost ideal in good snow conditions. Short ski running sections are conditioned for white track lovers directly in the centre of the village. Other conditioned, up to 10 km long circles, can be found around the Štěpánka View Tower to which it may easily be connected from termini of ski lifts. Experienced ski runners may connect to running tracks of the entire Jizera Mountains and to Giant Mountains Cross-Country Trail.
Outside the winter ski season the local region offers a number of tourist attractions. The central location of the Na Buďárce Guest House enables planning of short or long walks through the territory of the village in all directions, suitable for families with small children. Ascend to the Štěpánka View Tower is popular. There is a good connection to all marked tourist and cycling paths of the Jizera Mountains and Giant Mountains for more able-bodied tourists. Morning buses connected to the Giant Mountains bus may be used for accession to the Giant Mountains hikes. Cycling path No. 22 runs through Paseky.
One can cool down in some of the neighbouring swimming pools within 5 km on burning summer days. In unfavourable weather one can visit the local Krkonoše Museum – Monument of the Forgotten Patriots, Homeland Museum in Vysoké nad Jizerou, glass works and Glass Museum in Harrachov with the Mining and Hunting Museum. A visit to the Bozkov dolomite caves is very popular, too.