The usually start point for this trip is Morskie Oko Hut (1406) situated in the highest part of Rybiego Potoku Valley. The hut is easily accessible by red marked route leading from Palenica Białczańska przed Morskim Okiem (here you can get by bus from Zakopane). The view from hut’s window is really worth to see.For particulars see the main page of Mięguszowiecki Szczyt Czarny.
It is the easiest route on the top.
From The Morskie Oko take the red marked trial to Czarny Staw (the left/east variant is a bit shorter) (about 1h) and next green marks on Miêguszowiecka Przełęcz Pod Chłopkiem (2 h). From this place, if you are not a member of a climbing club, you need a Tatra guide (see red tape on the main page).
On the pass turn left on a distinct path, marked by cairns. This path traverse horizontally the south wall of Mięguszowiecki Szczyt Czarny. Follow the path through two ribs and climb up on the third rib, which limited from the east the first outstanding chute (it is a last rib before this, which press to the summit) (20min).
Here turn left and climb up by this rib on a west ridge of Mięguszowiecki Szczyt Czarny. On the ridge turn right (east) and climb by the edge a few meters on the top.
Normal hiking gear.
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