OverviewMountain with two summits (2115 m and 2105 m asl) located in the side of the Tatras ridge off to the northeast from Szpiglasowy Wierch. It is situated between Morskie Oko lake and Valley of 5 Polish Ponds. From the Peak Miedziane separates it Marchwiczna Pass (2055 m asl)Mountain slopes are cut by numerous gullys, which descend powerful avalanche. Most know gully is Żleb Żandarmerii. Peaks Opalony and Miedziane are strict natural reserve. The Summit has long been visited by mountaineers. Unknown is the first entry in the summer tourist. The earliest recorded entry into winter - during the transition to Miedziane ridge - Henryk Bednarski, L. Michalski, April 17, 1911.
Getting ThereThe starting point is parking Palenica Białczańska, right next to the border with Slovakia in Lysa Polana. So you can come here from the Poland or Slovakia.
- Poland: from Cracow, continue in the direction Nowy Targ and then to the border crossing Lysa Polana by Bukowina Tatrzańska
- Slovakia: from Poprad, continue in the direction Spiska Bela, and then to the border crossing Lysa Polana, by Zdziar
Red TapeTatra National Park allowed to move only after the marked trails, dogs are not allowed to enter, no tents.
CampingLots of accomodation possibilities of different standard and price in Zakopane, Bukowina Tatrzanska, Slovak Zdiar and the whole area.
The nearest mountain chalets in the area are Morskie Oko chalet in Rybiego Potoku valley, Stara Roztoka chalet in forests of lower part of Bielovodska valley and Poland's highest located mountain chalet on Przedni Staw lake in Five Polish Lakes valley("Dolina Pieciu Stawow Polskich")