Arrival to the High Tatras
Meeting in Krakow (or in the High Tatras). Arrival to the Tatras through the picturesque Polish highlands – “Podhale”.
Ski touring in the central part of the High Tatras – Velka Studena valley
“Warm up” ski tour to Zbojnicka chata – “Robber” mountain hut (1.960 m). Option to ascent and ski some peaks or mountain passes up to 2.383 m in the area.
Summary: 5-7 hours of ski touring, 13-16 km, 820 m – 1.150 m, highest point 1.960 m/2.383 m
Ski touring in the central part of the High Tatras - Mala Studena valley
Ski touring in the central valley Mala Studena dolina to the Teryho hut (2.015 m) – one of the oldest (built in 1899) and the highest located mountain hut open all year round. Option to ascent and ski Priecne pass (2.352 m) or Sedielko pass (2.372 m)
Summary: 5,5-8 hours of ski touring, 14-18 km, 870 m – 1.340 m, highest point 2.015 m/2.372 m
Ski touring in the eastern part of the High Tatras – Baranie sedlo (Ram pass – 2.390 m)
Challenging ski tour – eastern part of the Tatra Haute Route. From the Green mountain lake ascent of the couloirs of the Big Frozen valley to Baranie sedlo (Ram pass – 2.380 m). Skiing down back to Green lake or to the opposite side to Malá Studena valley.
Summary: 7-8 hours of ski touring, 17 km, 1.500 m, 1.200 m, highest point 2.393 m
Highest peak of Poland - Rysy
Ski touring in the wide open Mengusovska valley, climb over a rock terrace secured by fixed ropes, along the highest located mountain hut (2.250 m) up to Rysy (2.501 m).
Summary: 8 hours of ski touring, 19 km, 1.371 m, highest point 2.499 m
Our tour ends after the breakfast by departure for Krakow/Poprad.
En route to Krakow review your ski tours on panoramic drive around the Tatras.
Price from / to Krakow
Price from / to Poprad
March 6 – March 11 2021
March 20 – March 25 2021