Welcome to SP!  -
construction site
Custom Object
 
Geography
 

construction site

 
construction site

Page Type: Custom Object

Location: Europe

Lat/Lon: 49.39109°N / 20.10589°E

Object Type: construction site

Object Title: construction site

 

Page By: yatsek

Created/Edited: Nov 17, 2010 / Feb 7, 2016

Object ID: 679503

Hits: 1646 

Page Score: 74.01%  - 4 Votes 

Vote: Log in to vote

 

Overview

Munţii Godeanu Godján-hegység (HU)



The Godeanu Mountains constitute a massive orographic hub located in the western extremity of the Southern Carpathians. Separated from the Mehedinţi and the Vâlcan mountains by the valley of the Cerna, which forms their southeastern border, they sit between the Retezat Mountains in the northeast and the Cernei Mountains in the southwest, beyond Olanelor saddle. To the northwest of the Godeanu extends what can be called their twin range, namely the Ţarcu Mountains. The Godeanu and the Ţarcu are connected by the Corhale-Prislop ridge.

From the perspective of a Carpathian hiker, the Godeanu Mountains are SPACE. A large part of the Godeanu rises well above timberline, creating a world of vast alpine pastures, still being grazed by flocks of sheep and herds of cattle or horses, although not nearly as intensely as in the 20th and previous centuries. The tree line must have been lowered centuries ago by slash-and-burn. The krummholz zone has virtually vanished – patches of dwarf mountain pine have survived in few places, mostly in the rockiest terrain. Still, the lower parts of the deep valleys are thickly forested, wild and home to the bear, wolf and lynx.


The grass-covered ridges are broad and gentle, the adjacent valleys bear traces of glacial action which took place in the Pleistocene epoch. Most of the valley heads have been converted into more or less shapely cirques, some of which cradle small tarns now. The rocks are predominantly metamorphic schists. The main ridge runs from NE to SW and has a length of approximately 25 km. The highest summit of the Godeanu, Gugu rises in a massive lateral ridge, which branches off the main ridge near Moraru (2279 m – the second highest peak in these mountains) and runs north towards what used to be the confluence of the streams marking the northern boundary of the Godeanu: Râul Șes and Lăpușnicul Mare. Towards the end of the 20th century, the place was converted into a large reservoir named Gura Apei. Gugu stands about 3.5 km north of the main ridge (and about 6 km south of the reservoir), and tops out at 2291 m.

Gugu (2291m)
Gugu - the highest peak of the Godeanu

Gugu tarn Lacul Gugu 
Scărişoara lake Lacul Scărişoara

 
Corcoaia Gorge, taken in 1979
Cheile Corcoaiei
 
Bisericile din Bulz
Bisericile din Bulz

Even though the bulk of the Godeanu is formed of crystalline schists, patches of sedimentary rocks do occur in a few places. From among rock formations composed of conglomerates, Bisericile din Bulz, up to ten metres tall, located 2 km south of Muntele Scărişoara is worth mentioning. The River Cerna, which flows along the southeast flank of the Godeanu, has sculpted spectacular gorges, such as Cheile Corcoaiei (Corcoaia Gorge), but these are limestone features which are typical of the adjacent Mehedinţi range and therefore should be regarded as part of it. A few kilometers above Cheile Corcoaiei, the Cerna has been recently dammed, thus the second large reservoir (Lacul Iovanul) on the fringe of the Godeanu Mountains has been created.

Due to their westerly location as well as high elevation, the Godeanu Mountains are one of the wettest mountain ranges in the South Carpathians. They are often covered in clouds, which – combined with the topography – can result in navigation being quite difficult.

Video by LukZem



The table below lists the highest summits of the Godeanu Moutains.

Summit
Elevation in Meters
a.s.l.
Photo
A few words about
Gugu
2291
The highest summit with a glacial cirque and namesake tarn at its NE foot.Sits 3 km off the main ridge on the most important, outstanding northern spur.Unmarked path.
Moraru
2279
In the western section of the range, just about half a kilometre N of the main ridge.It has a craggy NE face and its namesake tarn. Unmarked path.
Piatra Scărişoarei
2245
In the central part of the main ridge.Craggy S face. Red stripes. 
Godeanu
2229
In the western part of the main ridge.Red stripe trail. Namesake tarn below its rocky SE face.
Galbena
2194
In the central part of the main ridge.Red stripe. Small tarn S of summit. 
Micuşa
2180
In the central part of the main ridge.Red stripe. Scărişoara lake NW of summit. 
Borăscu Mare
2158
A kind of table mountain with small tarn E of summit. On the namesake plateau, 3 km N of the main ridge.Unmarked path.
Paltina
2152
In the eastern part of the main ridge. Its craggy S face connects with Sturul peak. Red stripes.
Scurtul
2090
A twin-peaked mountain in the eastern part of the main ridge.Red stripe traverse.
Gârdomanu
2072
In the eastern part of the main ridge.Rocky W face. Red stripe traverse.

NW Carpathians

The widest and most complex part of the Carpathians, stretching from the Danube River at Devín to the valley of the Topľa River, inside which rises the highest range of all in the Carpathian Mountains: the High Tatras (highest point: Gerlachovský štít, 2655 m). The table below lists the member ranges of the group from west to east, sorted by the dominant rock type, in the following format: mountain range - highest peak - elevation (in meters). Information about limestone areas is to be found below the map and the following table.

High Tatras
Vysoké Tatry /High Tatras/ from Nízké Tatry /Low Tatras/ - autumn


An SP album Polish and Slovakian Carpathians houses a large number of photos from the area.

 
Triangles indicate the highest peaks of particular ranges (hover the mouse over them to see the names of the ranges and peaks). Black pentagons indicate major towns with airports (click to open links).
White Carpathians (Veľká Javorina, 970 m)Javorníky (Veľký Javorník, 1071 m)Moravskoslezské Beskydy (Lysá hora, 1323 m)Beskid Śląski (Skrzyczne, 1257 m)Beskid Mały (Czupel, 933 m)High Beskid (Babia Góra, 1725 m)Oravská Magura (Minčol, 1394 m)Skorušinské vrchy & Pogórze Gubałowskie (Skorušina, 1314 m)Beskid Makowski (Lubomir, 904 m)Gorce (Turbacz, 1310 m)Beskid Wyspowy (Mogielica, 1170 m)Beskid Sądecki (Radziejowa, 1262 m)Spišská Magura (Repisko, 1259 m)Levočské vrchy (Čierna hora, 1289 m)Čergov (Minčol, 1157 m)Little Carpathians (Záruby, 768 m)Inovec (Inovec, 1042 m)Strážovské vrchy (Strážov, 1213 m)Little Fatra (Veľký Kriváň, 1709 m)Western Tatras (Bystrá, 2248 m)High Tatras (Gerlachovský, 2655 m)Branisko (Smrekovica, 12000 m)Tribeč (Veľký Tribeč, 829 m)Greater Fatra (Ostredok, 1592 m)Low Tatras (Ďumbier, 2043 m)Veporské vrchy (Fabova hoľa, 1438 m)Stolické vrchy (Stolica, 1476)Volovské vrchy (Volovec, 1284)Vtáčnik (Vtáčnik, 1345 m)Kremnické vrchy (Flochová, 1317 m)Štiavnické vrchy (Sitno, 1009 m)Javorie-Ostrôžky (Lažtek, 1044 m)Poľana (Poľana, 1458 m)Börzsöny (Csóványos, 938 m)Visegrádi-hegység (Dobogókő, 700 m)Mátra (Kékes, 1014 m)Karancs-Medves (Karancs, 727 m)Zempléni-hegység (Nagy-Milic, 894 m)Slanské vrchy (Šimonka, 1092 m)Súľovské skaly (Veľký Manín, 891 m)Chočské vrchy (Veľký Choč, 1611 m)Belianské Tatry (Havran, 2152 m)Pieniny (Trzy Korony, 982 m)Muránska planina (Kľak, 1409 m)Slovenský raj (Ondrejisko, 1270 m)Gömör-Torna karst (Matesova skala, 925 m)Bükk (Istállós-kő, 959 m)Bratislava (SK)Budapest (HU)Košice (SK)Poprad (SK)Kraków (PL)
View of Rozsutec from Stefanowa Veľký Rozsutec in the Little Fatra
Real skyscrapers High Tatras - summer
Nizke Tatry - Dumbier summit Ďumbier /Ginger/, highest summit in the Low Tatras


Flysch beltCrystalline beltVolcanic belt
Northern chain
Moravskoslezské Beskydy *Lysá hora1323
Beskid Śląski *Skrzyczne1257
Beskid Mały *Czupel933
Beskid Makowski *Lubomir904
Beskid Wyspowy *Mogielica1170
Central chain
White CarpathiansVeľká Javorina970
Javorníky Mts.Veľký Javorník1071
High Beskid *Babia Góra1725
Gorce *Turbacz1310
Beskid Sądecki *Radziejowa1262
ČergovMinčol1157
Inner chain
Oravská MaguraMinčol1394
Skorušinské vrchy & Pogórze GubałowskieSkorušina1314
Spišská MaguraRepisko1259
Levočské vrchyČierna hora1289

Ranges marked with * make up the Western Beskids group. The High Beskid Mountains, straddling the Poland-Slovakia border, are called Beskid Żywiecki in Poland and Kysucké a Oravské Beskydy in Slovakia.
Outer chain
Little CarpathiansZáruby768
Inovec Mts.Inovec1042
Strážovské vrchyStrážov1213
Little FatraVeľký Kriváň1709
Western TatrasBystrá2248
High TatrasGerlachovský2655
BraniskoSmrekovica1200
Inner chain
TribečVeľký Tribeč829
Greater FatraOstredok1592
Low TatrasĎumbier2043
Central (SE) massifs
Veporské vrchyFabova hoľa1438
Stolické vrchyStolica1476
Volovské vrchyVolovec1284

The Western Tatras (mostly metamorphic rocks and limestone) and the High Tatras (granite) are in fact one range. The central massifs are often grouped together as Slovenské rudohorie or Spišsko-gemerské rudohorie (Slovak / Spiš-Gemer Ore Mountains)
Central (Slovakian) massifs
VtáčnikVtáčnik1345
Štiavnické vrchySitno1009
Kremnické vrchyFlochová1317
Javorie-OstrôžkyLažtek1044
PoľanaPoľana1458
Southern (Hungarian) rim
BörzsönyCsóványos938
Visegrádi-hegységDobogókő700
Karancs-MedvesKarancs727
MátraKékes-tető1014
Eastern rim
Slanské vrchyŠimonka1092
Zempléni-hegységNagy-Milic894

Slanské and Zemplén Mountains actually make up a single range, cut in half by the political border between Slovakia and Hungary - hence the two names. The complete range is also referred to sometimes as Eperjes-Tokaj Mountains, after the two towns on its two ends (the Slovak name of Eperjes is Prešov). However, the traditional name of the range was Sátor (Tent) Mountains, after the shape of its mountains.


 
Hrubá Kopa-2166 m
 
 
The highest segment of Velká Fatra
 
 
Zdiarska Vidla and Havran
 
 
Babia Gora 1725m Babia Góra, highest point of the Western Beskids
View from the summit of Kľak
 
 
Vadálló kövek Vadálló-kövek in the Visegrád Mountains



Babia Gora 1725m Babia Góra, highest point of the Western Beskids
 
Hrubá Kopa-2166 m
 
 
Zdiarska Vidla and Havran
 
 
The highest segment of Velká Fatra
 
View from the summit of Kľak
 
 
Vadálló kövek Vadálló-kövek in the Visegrád Mountains


The most distinct limestone blocks in the north:

  • Belianské Tatry (Havran, 2152 m) - the distinct limestone/dolomite ridge adjoining the High Tatras, along with which it's often classified as the Eastern Tatras
  • Pieniny (Wysoka, 1052 m) - see also the SP photo album about Pieniny - the most outstanding group of the limestone rocks scattered along the inner rim of the flysch belt (nice crags also stick out of flysch within the Orava-Podhale basin and in the White Carpathians), right opposite the outer edge of the crystalline belt
  • Chočské vrchy (Veľký Choč, 1611 m) - a link between the Western Tatras and the two Fatras
  • Súľovské skaly (Veľký Manín, 891 m) - plenty of rock towers made of limestone conglomerate, at the northern end of the Strážovské vrchy


Limestone plateaus and canyon lands on the peripheries of the Slovenské rudohorie:

  • Spišsko-gemerský kras - consisting of two distinct parts: - Muránska planina (Kľak, 1409 m) - Slovenský raj (Ondrejisko, 1270 m)
  • Gömör-Torna karst - cut in half by the political border between Slovakia and Hungary: - northern part: Slovak karst (Matesova skala, 925 m) - see SP page Zadielská Dolina - southern part: Aggtelek karst (Fertős-tető, 604 m).
  • Bükk (Istállós-kő - 959 m) - inside the Carpathian Arc, within the Hungarian volcanic belt, which runs toward Lake Balaton


 
Sulov breathtaking... Súľov Rocks in the Strážovské vrchy
 
View from Velky Choc summit.... Veľký Choč
Vršatec rocks
 


Belian Tatras
Belianské Tatry - autumn

Route Statistics & Approach/Descent

RouteNet Elevation GainApprox. Total Elevation GainApprox. Time of Whole HikeApprox. Length of Hike
From Krzyżne to Skrajny Granat
("core route", i.e. what this page focuses on)
113 m
445 m
2 hr 30 min
 1.5 km
From Skrajny Granat to Krzyżne  
("core route" in reverse)
-113 m
330 m
2 hr 
1.5 km
Loop from Zakopane (Kuźnice) through Hala Gąsienicowa
(Zakopane-Hala Gąsienicowa-Krzyżne-Skrajny Granat-Zakopane)
1215 m
nearly 1800 m
10 hr
21.5 km
The above plus Zadni Granat (Zakopane-HG-Krzyżne-Skrajny Granat-Zadni Granat-HG-Zakopane)
1240 m
1850 m
11 hr
 over 22 km
Loop from Murowaniec Hut on Hala Gąsienicowa
(Hala Gąsienicowa-Krzyżne-Skrajny Granat-Hala Gąsienicowa)
725 m
1,175 m
7.5 hr
11.5 km
Hut on Hala Gąsienicowa-Krzyżne-Granaty-Kozi Wierch-Hut in Dolina Pięciu Stawów*
790 m
over 1,500 m
8.5 hr
12 km
Loop from Hut in Dolina Pięciu Stawów: DPS-Krzyżne-Granaty-Kozi Wierch-DPS*
850 m
over 1,200 m
7.5 hr
9 km
Polana Palenica-Dolina Pięciu Stawów-Krzyżne-Skrajny Granat-Hala Gąsienicowa-Zakopane
1,240 m
1,650 m
8 hr
23 km
             *includes the middle section of the Orla Perć too


The "core route" begins at Przełęcz Krzyżne (Krzyżne Pass, 2112m), sitting on a lateral ridge which branches off the main ridge of the Tatras at the summit of Świnica. Krzyżne is over four hours' walk along waymarked trails from the outskirts of Zakopane. From the hut on Hala Gąsienicowa (Gąsienica's Pasture) it takes – via a place called Dubrawiska and the valley of Pańszczyca – nearly three hours to walk up to Krzyżne. An ascent from the other, southern side is a little longer. From the trailhead at Polana Palenica (car park, "Morskie Oko" minibus terminus) you walk three quarters of an hour up the tarmac road to Mickiewicz Falls, where you turn right into the valley of Roztoka. A walk up the valley to/near the spot where the mountain hut stands by one of the Five Polish Tarns (Pięć Stawów Polskich) is expected to take two and a quarter hours. From the hut it takes another two and a quarter hours to get to Krzyżne.

Ridge of Kościelec from trail to Krzyżne
 

From Skrajny Granat, a descent to Zakopane – first via yellow marks – should last about three and a half hours. But if – on reaching Skrajny Granat – you do not feel like leaving the crest and parting with the Eagle Path yet, you can carry on following the red marks and the ridge of Granaty for twenty five minutes (to Zadni Granat at 2,240m) or more (as far as Kozi Wierch, at which the one-way section of the Eagle Path ends). Some of the possible variations of the route (all of them waymarked) are listed in the table above. All variations can be seen on the map just below.


useful links

accuweather widgets

weather365.net widgets

Romanian


Bobrowiec from SE Bobrowiec 
Cornice Hazard
 

Getting There, Routes & Maps

Both trailheads – the Chochołowska and Kościeliska valleys – are located several kilometres west of the town of Zakopane, by road 958, at the boundary of the Tatra Mountains National Park. To find out how to get to Zakopane, you can have a look here.

If you start your hike at Siwa Polana at the mouth of the Chochołowska valley (car park, bus terminus), it should take less than 4.5hr to reach Zadni Ornak via Dolina Starorobociańska (the Valley of Old Labour), whose name reflects the fact that metal minerals were mined in the side of Ornak as early as the 15th century. Net elevation gain will be 960m. Another option is routes via Iwaniacka pass – beginning at the mouth of either the Kościeliska or the Chochołowska valley. The last variant is the longest (about five hours' walk up). The stretch between Iwaniacka pass and the top of the Ornak ridge is pretty steep, so an ascent can be tedious in the sun, whereas a descent can be very slippery as ice and snow tend to linger there. Your hike can be much shorter if you set off at one of the two nearby mountain huts. (Please scroll down to the Accommodation chapter.)

Starorobociańska Dolina
Dolina Starorobociańska and Ornak ridge (right)


ONLINE MAP on hiking.sk


There is also a good, older (before the Schengen pact embraced Poland and Slovakia) Polish map to be seen online, which has information on the times needed to walk the trails. You can purchase its latest paper version here. Usually maps by several publishers are available at bookshops, souvenir shops and street stands in Zakopane.

Red Tape

You have to pay for entry to the Tatra Mountains National Park – the fee is currently (year 2015) a bit more than an equivalent of €1 per day. The park rules are quite strict. In a nutshell, you are only allowed to walk along the marked trails and bivouacking is not permitted.

Pasqueflowers on Ornak
Early June

When To Go

Ornak Ridge from SSW
Ornak ridge in autumn


To avoid the crowds, it is advisable to go in late spring or in autumn. Under winter conditions the relatively safe route will be the one from the Ornak hut via Iwaniacka pass – you will need the experience and basic gear.

Ornak from Tomanova
Ornak in March (seen from E)

Weather, Avalanche Risk, Rescue Service

View of Ornak ridge
At Zadni Ornak in winter


Mountain rescue team's phone number: (+48) 601100300


Another forecast for Zakopane

Accommodation


Glossary:


Wszystkie miejscowości - All villages and towns
Wybierz rodzaj obiektu - Choose accommodation type
Apartamenty – Self-catering flats/apartments
Szalasy i domki - Chalets
Ośrodki wypoczynkowe – Lower standard hotels/guesthouses/holiday camps 
Pensjonaty – B&B/guesthouses
Wille – B&B/guesthouses
Wynajem pokoi – Guesthouses
Hotele – Hotels (varied standard)
Campingi - Campsites
Motele – Motels
Pola namiotowe – Rudimentary campsites
Noclegi/Kwatery/Zakwaterowanie - Accommodation
Szukaj - Search

4x4

Red Tape

Wandering off the waymarked trail and bivouacking are not permitted.  
Must Be Old Goat
23 Oct 2012

Mountain Conditions


It is essential that you check the weather forecast too.

another 6-day forecast for Zakopane

Maps, Books, References

A 1:25,000 map of the Polish Tatras, such as this, is good enough while a 1:50,000 is NOT. Usually several versions are available at bookshops, souvenir shops and street stands in Zakopane.

I can recommend a special, 1:5,000 map of the Eagle Path (available online) which I used as a reference, especially while working on the second chapter. The same goes for the following guidebooks (unfortunately not available in English)

bb

Baníkov Banówka (PL) Bánya-hegy (HU)


 
Banikov
The east face of Jalovecký Príslop (2,142m) on the left,
and Baníkov (2,178m) on the right (photo by horrste).
 
Banikov ridge
E of the summit

One of the two most attractive summits in the Western Tatras, in their western part which Slovak people call the Roháče, Baníkov is the highest summit in the main ridge of the Western Tatras. (Its name probably derives from Hungarian/Slovak for "a mine/miner" - a couple of centuries ago the slopes of Baníkov, like all of the mountains in the area, were prospected for iron ore.) Its main attraction is several hundred metres of the narrow crest, part of the main ridge of the Western Tatras, running east of the main summit. No, we're not talking of the Alps. But it is fairly airy and in wet or wintry weather conditions the climbing can be pretty dangerous (surely the average SP'er does not have to be told this). Such a piece of jagged granite ridge is a rarity in this quarter of the Tatras (even as far as the High Tatras are concerned, such a thing is a rarity in terms of what is legally available, that is to say on the net of the marked trails within the National Park). Here is how Józef Nyka, renowned writer of the Tatra hiker's guidebooks, sees it: "...an interesting crest climb over good rock, with numerous craggy steps, notches and smooth slabs, generally high exposure." (translation by yatsek) The uppermost section of the mighty side ridge of Ráztoka/Rozsocha (green stripes leading to Žiarska chata, i.e. hut) between Baníkov and Jalovecký Príslop 2,142m which runs from Banikov to the south (photo above)is also quite narrow and its east face is precipitous.

The western face of Baníkov, down which the ridge trail continues towards the westernmost reaches of the Tatras, is the gentle side of the mountain. A descent to Baníkovské sedlo (Baníkov Saddle) at 2,040m takes just over 20 minutes. But mountains, like people, can have more than one face. Many unprepared climbers have been injured or killed on Baníkov, mostly in wintertime, of whom many if not the most were Czech. The Slovaks have a joke: Two non-Czech climbers are walking below a cornice of snow at Baníkov, and one of them says: "Hey, don't utter a word in Czech. It could trigger an avalanche."


 
Banikov from Grzes.N face (just right of centre)
 
Baníkov and PacholaFar left (N face)
 
Descending from BanikovTowards the west

Map

ONLINE MAP on hiking.sk

Several versions of the paper map are available in bookshops in any of the nearby towns.

formulas




ONLINE MAP on hiking.sk


To see the area and the trails on an online map, type (or copy and paste) Ostry Rohac in the search box.










CCH


Kind of magic
 

Visegrad castle
 

Lietava Castle Hill
 

Getting There

Poland


The Karkonosze range rises on the south outskirts of the city of Jelenia Góra. My favourite trailhead for Wielki Szyszak and Śnieżne Kotły is at the bus stop/car park called "Dom Hauptmanna" (Hauptmann's House), in front of the house in which Gerhart Hauptman, a renowned German writer and Nobel Prize winner spent the last few years of his life. You can get there on a number 15 bus. (A ride from the main railway station takes less than forty minutes.) From Hauptmann's House it takes about three hours to get to the top of Wielki Szyszak/Śnieżne Kotły. The total elevation gain will be nearly 1000m. If you leave the blue trail at the first trail junction and follow the black trail, you will soon hike along a pleasurable path along Wrzosówka brook leading to Czarny Kocioł Jagniątkowski.


Another convenient starting point will be either near the centre of the resort of Szklarska Poręba or at Szklarka Falls (an enclave of the national park), between Szklarska Poręba and Piechowice. However, ascending Wielki Szyszak from the west is nowhere near as much fun as an easterly ascent. 

If you are staying in the hut northwest of Łabski Szczyt (Schronisko pod Łabskim Szczytem), the hike will take just about one hour.

Czech Republic


 
The White Elbe mountain hut 
You will probably start your hike in the resort of Špindlerův Mlýn. To get there, leave Road I/14 at the town of Vrchlabí and drive north up Road 295 for about ten miles.

If you are staying in the hut southeast of Łabski Szczyt (Martinova bouda), the hike will take just about one hour.

Route Planner


You can make use of this route planner. Just copy and paste "Śnieżne Kotły" instead of Wielki Szyszak/Vysoké Kolo.

And here is the glossary for the route planner:
z – from
do – to
dodaj punkt pośredni – add a point en route
odwróć trasę – reverse the route

Maps

online map


paper/waterproof/digital 1:25,000

Postglacial cirques...
 

Accommodation

 
Pod Łabskim Szczytem
Under Łabski Peak
 
Martinova bouda close-up
Martinova bouda


There are plenty of guesthouses and hotels on either side of the Giant Mountains.

The nearest mountain huts are located within an hour's walk from the summit:

When To Go/Mountain Conditions

 
If possible, do not go at a weekend unless you feel like joining the crowds.

Under winter conditions crampons are often a must although they may only be needed in a few places on the approach routes.

Mountain conditions (in Polish)

Mountain rescue phone numbers:
Poland +48 601100300
Czech Republic +420 1210

Reaching Vysoke Kolo  1509 m
On the winter traverse

Acknowledgements

 
User Profile ImageAndreea in the Bucegi Mts
 
Winter coat on Zaganu peak .Cernomor and Zaganu Peak


  • The info in the "Winter chapter" above was supplied by the first owner of the Ciucaş page, namely cernomor

  • Most of the winter photos featured on this page were taken by Andreea Corodeanu

Castle Hills

Spisski Hrad in march 2013
 


Still lifeFüzer, Zemplén Hills
Ruins of Torna-castleTurňa/Torna, Slovak Karst


Lietava Castle HillLietava, Súľovské Skaly
Ruins of Castle on Kamenicky Hrad HillKamenický hrad, Čergov Hills
Boldogkő castleBoldogkő, Zemplén Hills






pix




Down towards Tarns 
Looking into Wielki Kocioł Śnieżny 
Shark s Tooth 
Entering Wielki Kocioł Śnieżny from E 



pixB



Between High Wheel and Great HelmetSummer traverse
Martinova boudaFrom winter trail
Summit Knob from WSW 

Images

This River Runs Thru Me