heh... I remember that night in the end of June 2006 spent in that shelter seen in the back, so comfortable one heheheheh with interesting entrance...
Imagine that before I found out the Betlejemka opportunity, I was thinking about exactly the same ! But I didn't see the entrance...
My wife has spent some 6-7 years ago a whole week accomodating in one of the houses in Polana Chocholowska with some friends !
hehe the only entrance was a hole on the level of the floor blocked with some rocks, I don't recommend that to anybody now, besides it's forbidden to camp there and the woodman living just nearby has a perfect eye ;)
One more thing Eric, there is no pass like Dubrawiska in Tatras, it's just Hala/Dolina Gasienicowa, Dubrawiska is the name of wide terrain on northern slopes of Zolta Turnia peak, where you traverse to Panszczyca valley.
About the hole, that's what I thought ! Maybe I remember it a bit.. there was somehting which looked like this at the base :)
As for the title, this was a copy&paste mistake when submitting the photos one by one (I do "submit" and then "back" to go quicker).
The original photo of Dubrawiska pass is here.
Yes, this pass exists, it's located between dol Gąsienicowa and dol Panszczyca.
:) Yes, Dubrawiska exists, but it's not a pass for sure, I would fail my guide exams if I said so ;)))
cheers from snowy Ireland
yes, it's not exactly a pass, I reckon ;)
let's say: considering the offtrails regulations, it's a pass; not considering them it's not :)