A challenging trek through the Poland's stunning High Tatra Mountains
You might not know it, but the High Tatra mountains are some of Europe’s most rugged and magnificent. They are part of the Carpathian Range and rise to almost 2500m. Because of their natural beauty and well maintained network of footpaths, the Tatras are a popular trekking destination.
On this adventure, you’ll spend nine days walking through valleys, over ridges, past lakes, and finally up Rysy – Poland’s highest mountain.
- Summit Mt Rysy, Poland’s highest peak
- Visit the UNESCO Salt Mine or Auschwitz Museum
Your evening accommodation is in mountain huts and you’ll have six total days of point to point trekking, with a free day in Krakow. The terrain is considered moderate to difficult and you will carry all your gear and lunch each day. The average daily walk time is seven to eight hours. You’ll be walking on marked trails but at points they will be rough and stony underfoot. Expect some long ascents and descents on this adventure.
We’re betting that your favourite part of the entire trip will be the 360 degree view of more than 100 peaks from the top of Rysy. A memorable sight indeed.
Enquire today to learn more about this Polish High Tatras trek.