High Tatras / Vysoké Tatry Additions and Corrections

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dynercia - Oct 24, 2005 2:15 pm - Hasn't voted

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On Polish side there is a camping in Zakopane.

If you are a member of any climbing club you can camp in 3 places in mountain, too:

-horolezecke taborisko in Bielovodska (Bialej Wody) Valley (by blue marked rout)

-obozowisko taternickie PZA “Szalasiska” in Rybiego Potoku Valley (not far from Morskie Oko)

-obozowisko taternickie PZA in Suchej Wody Valley (by black marked rout)


dmiki - Mar 20, 2012 3:58 am - Hasn't voted

Some nice overview maps



DamianG - Mar 26, 2015 3:58 am - Hasn't voted

Practical info about climbing in Tatras

Hello I wrote text about climbing in Tatras (eng.). There you will find lots of info about mountaineering, multi-pitch climbing and some other info :)


I hope that will be helpful ;)

Best regards
Damian Granowski

AK1 - Jul 26, 2015 8:58 pm - Hasn't voted

Confirm camping locations...

What do you mean if you are a "member of ANY hiking club" you can tent camp? I'd like to hike in the Tatras and tent camp. I don't have an issue following the rules and camping in a designated spot; can anyone elaborate on the accessibility of these tenting areas? Can you pay at the refuges to setup a tent? I plan to visit the Polish side via Zakopane. I see you can tent in Zakopane, but I want to get into the mountains and do a multi-day hike.


peterbud - Jul 28, 2015 12:11 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Confirm camping locations...

I'm only familiar with the regulation on the Slovak side and that's pretty clear. As for those campsites on the Polish side, you may turn to the CE Europe tread in the forum and ask around colleagues there about what's the current regulation.

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