Żółta Turnia

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Mountain/Rock
Location:
Poland, Europe
Season:
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Elevation:
6847 ft / 2087 m
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Żółta Turnia
Created On: Oct 2, 2007
Last Edited On: Sep 30, 2013

Overview

Żółta Turnia - Žltá turnia - Gelber Berg / Gelber Turm - Sárga-hegy


Żółta Turnia – the last summit in the side ridge of High Tatras leading from Skrajny Granat in the northern direction. This ridge separates Dolina Gąsienicowa Valley from Dolina Pańszczycy Valley.
Żółta Turnia
Żółta Turnia from Dolina Pańszczycy Valley


This ridge consists of:

  • Pańszczycka Przełączka Wyżnia - 2171 m; from this saddle leads a couloir which is enclosing the western side (360 m high) of Skrajny Granat from the north.

  • Zadnia Pańszczycka Czuba - 2174 m, summit in the ridge separating Dolina Gąsienicowa from Dolina Pańszczycy Valleys. First ascent: Walenty Gadowski, Franciszek Zbyszycki - 1903

  • Pańszczycka Przełączka Pośrednia - 2145 m

  • Skrajna Pańszczycka Czuba - 2155 m

  • Pańszczycka Przełęcz – 2155 m

  • Wierch pod Fajki – 2135 m

  • Żółta Przełęcz – 2028 m

  • Żółta Turnia – 2087 m

  • Dubrawiska - northern, much lower and by dwarf pines covered part of the slopes of Żółta Turnia

  • Żółta Igła – a tower rising from the crest on the western slope of Żółta Turnia, first ascent: Mieczysław Szczuka (3.7.1925).


  • This is pyramid-shaped mountain(from the north) built from granites and sandstones. Often visited after 1860. Nowadays, it is non-accessible for tourist.
    Żółta Turnia
    Mała Koszysta (2014 m), Wielka Koszysta (2193 m) and Żółta Turnia (2087 m) from Murowaniec hut


    First winter ascent:

    Mieczysław Karłowicz and Roman Kordys in 1908.

    In 1931 the State Meteorological Institute placed on the summit of Żółta Turnia device for measuring the rainfalls.


    Żółta Turnia is named after Acarospora oxytona (bright yellow growth), which covers its slopes. Through the northern slopes of Żółta Turnia (through Dubrawiska) and further through the Dolina Pańszczycy Valley leads a path from Dolina Gąsienicowa Valley to Krzyżne Saddle.
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    Żółta Turnia from the slopes of Krzyżne

    Getting There

    The summit is not accesible for tourists.

    Red Tape

    Tatra National Park Regulations

    Camping

    Murowaniec hut
    Pięć Stawów hut

    Weather

    Mountain Rescue Team

    Zakopane web cam


    Click for Zakopane, Poland Forecast


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SzaniUherkovich

SzaniUherkovich - Sep 29, 2013 4:07 am - Voted 9/10

Sárga-hegy

Hi, the correct Hungarian name is Sárga-hegy. Sárga-hágó is the name of the neighbouring saddle

Gorzi

Gorzi - Sep 30, 2013 3:57 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Sárga-hegy

Thank you, corrected.

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