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Rysy by Belovodska Dl & Mieguszowiecki Szczyt Cz.


Posted by visentin on Dec 2, 2008
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Activity Details

Dates: Aug 1, 2009 through Oct 31, 2009
Location: Slovakia
City or Place: Vysoke Tatry
Skill Level: Intermediate
Categories: Hiking, Mountaineering, Social
Partner Status: Need Partners


Sedlo Vaha.

In one of the finest week-ends of the Autumn (September-October) and before the first snowfalls in Tatras, I would like to do the following loop :
1st day : Łysa Polana - Bielovodská dolina - Dolina Ciężka - Sedlo Vaha - Rysy - Chata pri Popradskom Plese
2nd day : Veľké Hincovo Pleso - Mięguszowiecki Szczyt Czarny - Morskie Oko - Łysa Polana
This original trip is possible only since this year (entrance of Slovakia & Poland in Schengen space), and a bit ambitious as it requires some scrambling and basic rockclimbing skills, sometimes in exposed areas.
It goes on many unmarked routes so I am looking for partner(s) experienced with thess areas, preferably locals, in order to do it in safely. And affiliated to an UIAA mountaineering club, in order to go offtrails legally. A group of 3/4 would be perfect.

Route marked in red on this image :

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I will be in Poland for a family gathering during that time (I live in USA). I am interested in joining you. I will start planning my visit in Feb after I come back from climbing in Argentina. I will contact you and if you are still accepting partners then Hey! great.
Posted Dec 10, 2008 12:25 pm

visentinRe: Partner


Hello Hyppolyta,
Thanks for your reply. Do you have some polish roots ? For sure if I make a "sporty" trip in the autumn I will need partners, you and/or perhaps some SPers.. or some of my friends. But for this loop in particular I would like also to have the company of some polish/slovak teammates who have the smallest experience of the area (they will recognize themselves if they read it :). The other thing is that this lies offtrails, and to go offtrails in Tatras the park rules specify that one must have a licence of any UIAA affiliated club (or being accompanied a guide). If it's ok with you and if we find one or 2 other partners (possibly locals) then it would be great ! Eric
Posted Dec 14, 2008 3:33 am

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