of one of those fine routes. The only problem with the Tatras is the national park rules, surely understandable, given the number of visitors. This is one of the two reasons (the other being fewer people) for which eastern Austria, e.g. the Lower Tauern might be a convenient alternative, especially for people living in SW Poland. Anyway, I wish you and Brade more fun like that - no matter where
jacek (although not jck:-)
You're right: the rules are strict but quite clear in Slovakia /unlike in Poland/. It's not a big problem for members of Alpine Clubs, but also many hikers do some 'less legal' trips.
With the Tauern, especially Niedere you're right: but nothing compares to Tatras' beauty :-)
jacek aka jck :-D
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