Rysy (2503m) – Highest peak of Poland (2/2)

Rysy is a mountain in the crest of the High Tatras, lying on the border between Poland and Slovakia. Its middle peak at 2,503 meters is the highest point of Poland. The other two peaks (at 2,499m & 2,473m) are on the Slovak side of the border, in the Prešov Region.

 Stunning view back down to Morskie Oko  Maja & Zigeiner on top of Poland

Deep snow forced me to turn around 200m below Poland’s highest point 2 years earlier

Rysy – you are conquered now!!

 Morskie Oko & Czarny Staw nad Morskim Okiem - click on picture to enlarge full panorama 

  • Midnight arrival @ Krakow airport
  • 3:00hrs sleep
  • 2:15hrs car ride to trailhead (Palenica Białczańska)
  • 2:00hrs (10km) hike to Morskie Oko
  • 0:45hrs hike Morskie Oko to Czarny Staw
  • 3:15hrs climb Czarny Staw to Rysy
  • 2:30hrs down-climb Rysy to Morskie Oko
  • 2:00hrs (10km) hike to Palenica Białczańska
  • 0:30hrs car ride to Zakopane (Willa Dewajtis)
  • 8:00pm: bigfatmonstercow @ Stek Grill
 
 Done! Finally! What a long day!
 The last hour is “on chains”  Almost there…
Check out my spectacular 360° Photo Sphere from the roof of Poland (or Morskie Oko / Czarny Staw here)

August 31, 2014  Tags: , , ,   Posted in: On the road 2014-15 Views: 3350

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