Karpacz, Giant Mountains

  • polen zonder sneeuw - © Oranginas Walking Group
  • szklarska poreba4 - © Oranginas Walking Group
  • naar Szklarska Poreba - © Oranginas Walking Group

Key information: Karpacz, Giant Mountains

  •   A 5 day walk through the National Park Karkonoski in the south of Poland.

Walkopedia rating

  • Walkopedia rating83
  • Beauty31
  • Natural interest16
  • Human interest5
  • Charisma31
  • Negative points0
  • Total rating83

Vital Statistics

  • Length: Variable
  • Maximum Altitude: 1,490m
  • Level of Difficulty: Variable

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szklarska poreba4 - © Oranginas Walking Group

WALK SUMMARY

A hike through the National Park Karkonoski in the south of Poland. We?ve yet to go, but our friends the Oranginas walking group from the Netherlands have been and say:

"In Czech Krkonose. Karpacz is situated at the foot of the Snezka (1602 m.). Our route followed partly the old customs-road (or Roman road) along paths full of snow, mountain sides with high winds, but also fantastic views, impressive, rough rocks masses and possibilities to have a quick lunch at the Czech site of the mountains."

THANK YOU ORANGINAS! See their full thoughts on their site. They have some great recommendations for accommodation, maps, etc.

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