Trek The Polish High Tatras


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    A challenging trek through the high Tatra Mountains 


    Start Zakopane.

    Bus to Tatra National Park; walk in the Koscieliska Valley. 

    Trek to the Czerwone Wierchy (Red Peaks) and summit Cemniak (2096m).

    Long climb to the summit of Mt Kasprowy; descend to the Gasiencowa hut.

    Beautiful day of trekking in the heart of the High Tatras; through the Valley of the Five Polish Lakes to Roztoki.

    Ascend Mt Rysy (2499m), Poland's highest peak. The splendid views from the top will make the effort more than worthwhile.

    A short descent down the Dolina Rybiego Potoku. Transfer to the historic city of Krakow.

    End Krakow.

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    The Tatra mountains are among the most rugged and spectacular in Europe, part of the granite Carpathian Range, rising to almost 2500m. The dramatic scenery, combined with a sophisticated network of footpaths, makes it a popular walking destination. On this trip, we trek through valleys, past lakes and over ridges before the final test, a tough ascent of Rysy (2499m), the highest mountain in Poland. From the top, we gain a dramatic 360-degree view of more than 100 peaks. This trip offers the great opportunity to experience the great change of scenery from the verdant Western Tatras to the The High Tatras, with their dramatic vistas, steep peaks, sharp rocks, deep glens, and crystal lakes. The walking will be hard but rewarding, the terrain tough but beautiful, and the mountain huts basic but friendly, clean and hospitable.


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    Duration: 8 Days
    Starts in: Poland
    Group Size: 5-16

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