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Postby andreeacorodeanu » Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:50 pm

An international Carpathian team has produced an area page for the
2nd highest mountains in the Carpathians. As the old comments read, the page was started a few years ago but was soon abandoned.

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Postby LukZem » Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:10 am

An international Carpathian team has produced an area page for the
[url=http://www.summitpost.org/area/range/154116/f-g-ra.html]2nd highest
mountains in the Carpathians
[/url]. As the old comments read, the page
was started a few years ago but was soon abandoned.
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Postby yatsek » Sat Jul 24, 2010 7:28 am

Well done! :wink: Fruitful Transcarpathian cooperation :D
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Postby visentin » Mon Jul 26, 2010 10:01 am

Anyone hiking in the Tatras this week end ?
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Postby yatsek » Mon Jul 26, 2010 5:31 pm

visentin wrote:Anyone hiking in the Tatras this week end ?

Another ten thousand heading for Morskie Oko I guess, and there'll be many more :lol:
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Postby visentin » Tue Jul 27, 2010 7:25 am

yatsek wrote:
visentin wrote:Anyone hiking in the Tatras this week end ?

Another ten thousand heading for Morskie Oko I guess, and there'll be many more :lol:

My plans are slightly different, first of the time I plan to wake up (well if I'm alone...)
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Postby yatsek » Tue Jul 27, 2010 10:06 am

visentin wrote:My plans are slightly different, first of the time I plan to wake up (well if I'm alone...)

If you're in the Biala Woda Valley, try and assess the number of people compared to the other side of the stream. About a decade ago, the ratio was about 1:100. I wonder what it's now that the frontier has been no problem for a few years.
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Postby visentin » Tue Jul 27, 2010 11:44 am

yatsek wrote:
visentin wrote:My plans are slightly different, first of the time I plan to wake up (well if I'm alone...)

If you're in the Biala Woda Valley, try and assess the number of people compared to the other side of the stream. About a decade ago, the ratio was about 1:100. I wonder what it's now that the frontier has been no problem for a few years.

You know, Yatsek, if I could redesign the mapping of the Tatras trails, I would.
- I would connect Schronisko Roztoka to Biala Woda valley.
- I would open another small PL-SK trail at the point of Biala Woda where the morskie oko trail would start to diverge. Biala Woda plus this would be the only pedestrian way to Morskie Oko.
- The asphalt road to Morskie Oko would be only for horses vehicles, cyclers, national park cars and mountain hut supplying (road closed to cyclers in 97 due to an accidental collision)
- I would make a portion of trail to link przelecz Gladka to the 5 Lakes official trail (blue)
- I would reopen the SK trail that runs under Swinica from Prze??cz Liliowe to Závory
- I would open the trail from Wrota Chalubinskiego to the slovak valley below and connect to the red trail of Koprovska Dolina
- No idea if this could be applied reasonnably to Migusowiecka Przelecz but if yes it would make sense too
- Reopen the Baranie Sedlo trail
- A trail though Zelazna Brana would make sense too
- Perhaps the trail to Rysy via Biala Woda ?
etc etc...
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Postby yatsek » Tue Jul 27, 2010 7:58 pm

visentin wrote:You know, Yatsek, if I could redesign the mapping of the Tatras trails, I would...

Baranie Rogi, Gerlach, Lomnica via Miedziane Lawki, Lodowy - yes
Wrota Chalubinskiego, Pod Chlopkiem-Koprovska - yes
The other trails - NO

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Postby peterbud » Tue Jul 27, 2010 9:50 pm

And what about the chamois? :)

yatsek wrote:
visentin wrote:You know, Yatsek, if I could redesign the mapping of the Tatras trails, I would...

Baranie Rogi, Gerlach, Lomnica via Miedziane Lawki, Lodowy - yes
Wrota Chalubinskiego, Pod Chlopkiem-Koprovska - yes
The other trails - NO

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Postby yatsek » Wed Jul 28, 2010 12:30 am

peterbud wrote:And what about the chamois? :)

yatsek wrote:
visentin wrote:You know, Yatsek, if I could redesign the mapping of the Tatras trails, I would...

Baranie Rogi, Gerlach, Lomnica via Miedziane Lawki, Lodowy - yes
Wrota Chalubinskiego, Pod Chlopkiem-Koprovska - yes
The other trails - NO

Cheers,
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Off to the Bela and W Tatras. :wink:
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Postby visentin » Wed Jul 28, 2010 7:22 am

yatsek wrote:Baranie Rogi, Gerlach, Lomnica via Miedziane Lawki, Lodowy - yes

I'd say yes, no, yes, and no. Too much people would try Gerlach and Lodowy has perhaps a too exposed section, even with chains. Lomnica on the contrary has an adequate space on the top to welcome crowds.
yatsek wrote:Wrota Chalubinskiego, Pod Chlopkiem-Koprovska - yes

Agree
yatsek wrote:The other trails - NO

Why ?
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Postby peterbud » Wed Jul 28, 2010 9:32 am

Check the signature, ask the bears (and the chamois, I insist) ;)

visentin wrote:
yatsek wrote:The other trails - NO

Why ?
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Postby visentin » Wed Jul 28, 2010 9:59 am

peterbud wrote:Check the signature, ask the bears (and the chamois, I insist) ;)

And you're willing to open the Bela Tatras trail ? ;)
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Postby peterbud » Wed Jul 28, 2010 11:25 am

I will not disclose my top secret plans... :twisted:

visentin wrote:
peterbud wrote:Check the signature, ask the bears (and the chamois, I insist) ;)

And you're willing to open the Bela Tatras trail ? ;)
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