Divá veža

Page Type Page Type: Mountain/Rock
Location Lat/Lon: 49.17944°N / 20.14361°E
Activities Activities: Mountaineering, Sport Climbing, Scrambling
Seasons Season: Summer, Fall, Winter
Additional Information Elevation: 7785 ft / 2373 m
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Divá veža; Dzika Turnia; Roter Flossturm; Vörös-patak-torony First touristic ascent: In summer: Antonina Englisch, Karol Englisch i Johann Hunsdorfer (senior), 14 .07.1898 r. In winter conditions: Lajos K. Horn i Jenő Serényi, 17 .04.1911 r. It’s a lovely and outstanding Tatra’s crag. Polish and Slovak name comes from sharp, steep shape and wild look.
Divá veža 2373mDivá veža seen from Tetmajer's route to Bradavica summit
Divá veža 2373mDivá veža seen from Polsky Hreben
Divá veža belongs to main Tatra’s ridge between Mała Wysoka Východná Vysoká, separated from it by Rohatka pass (Prielom) and Świstowy Szczyt Svišťový štít. Divá veža has got two summits :the main southern-higher and the northern-lower. They are separated by Dzika Szczerbina (Divá Strbina). Divá veža rises above the valleys: Staroleśna (Veľká Studená dolina) and Świstowa (Svišťová dolina),which is upper part of Dolina Białej Wody Bielovodská dolina.
Divá veža 2373m  Divá veža seen from Svistova valley
Divá veža 2373m  Divá veža seen from Divá kotlinka
Divá veža 2373m  Divá veža seen from Bradavica


You can admire Divá veža from touristic routes from Zbojnicka chata to Rohatka and from Polsky Hreben to Rohatka or Małą Wysoką Východná Vysoká. Definitely the best base to stay overnight when planning climbing Divá veža is beautifully situated Zbojnicka Chata chalet(1960)in Velka Studena Dolina valley Zbojnicka Chata Chalet Access from: 1. Starý Smokovec – green/red/blue-marked trail, 3 h 45 min 2. Hrebienok – red/blue-marked trail, 2 h 45 min 3. Teryho Chata – yellow-marked trail (3 h) 4. Lysa Pol’ana – blue-marked trail (6 h 15min) Contact: adres: Zbojnícka chata, 062 01 Starý Smokovec, Vysoké Tatry, Slovakia mail: info@zbojnickachata.sk telephone: ++421 903 638 000 or +421 903 619 000 Camping in Tatra National Park is strictly forbidden . It is Tatra National Park(TANAP) area, there are no entry fees but you can hike using only marked trails. From 1.11 to 15.06 year by year all marked routes in TANAP(the whole Slovak side of Tatras) are being closed for tourist activity (except the routes leading to mountain chalets).
Divá veža 2373m

Summit views

There are great summit views to the nearby Tatra's area.
On the top of Divá veža  On the top of Divá veža
On the top of Divá vežaOn the top of Divá veža
On the top of Divá vežaOn the top of Divá veža


Map of Divá veža area

Climbing routes

According to TANAP (Tatra's National Park) rules you can walk and unmarked routes only if you are a member of a mountaineer club which belongs to UIAA, and you can use the easiest routes only for descending. You can find some climbing routes to Divá veža here The easiest route is described here

Mountain conditions

Web forecast: situation at this moment and forecast Information of avalanche danger: TOPR and HZS Rescue: On Slovakian side acts HZS (Horska Zachranna Sluzba) Starý Smokovec 23, 059 60 Vysoké Tatry phon.: 052/4422820, fax: 052/4422855, mobil: 0903624869 e-mail: vtatry@hzs.sk www.hzs.sk

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Ivona - Oct 14, 2011 1:13 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Closures

Corrected ;) Regarding to normal route,just give me some time. I had busy week;) Some little known peaks are waiting as well..Everything step by step;)


yatsek - Oct 14, 2011 3:17 pm - Voted 10/10

Re: Closures

OK I'm off here till late spring, winter is your time. :)

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