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Climbing in the Polish Tatras is allowed only in designated regions. This includes rock faces from the bottom of the face to the ridge or top of the summit or rock. All climbers are obliged to write detailed information about their planned climb in the Climber's Departure Book known as the ‘Księga Wyjść Taternickich’ which can be found at Morskie Oko, Five Lakes Valley, Murowaniec, Hala Gasienicowa and in the building of the Kasprowy Wierch cable car station.

Climbing / © Polish Tourist OrganisationClimbing / © Polish Tourist OrganisationClimbing / © Maciej Rawluk │Polish Tourist Organisation
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Climbing in Southern Poland
  • Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska, the most popular area for climbing.
  • Tatra Mountains, summits Tatry National Park reach 2500 meters.
  • Sokole Góry, is invaded by aficionados and amateurs of rock climbing, there are different difficulty routes.
 

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