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This is the westernmost part of Polish part of Tatra mountains, and farthest from Zakopane, which means public transport links are not as frequent, as in Kościeliska valley. Large car park at Polana Siwa, from there it's either on foot, road train or horse drawn...More
What a great shame that that the forest management practices of the local community is destroying the natural beauty of this valley. No thought or consideration has gone into reducing the tourist impact, in particular the muddy mess and noise of forestry vehicles. This is...More
Dolina Chocholowska is one of my favourite valleys, especially the final part near mountains. Lats years I always rent a bike. Previously bike rental was just after entrance but now it is about 500m before. There is one small inside 100m after entrance but I...More
We tried to go to Morsky Oko in August but even at 9am, the police were stopping cars driving up and getting them to park at the bottom of the hill. There were so many cars and coaches we gave up and decided to drive...More
The biggest (in terms of distance) valley in Polish Tatras ending with chalet/hostel where you can rest enjoying cold & hot drinks and meals. One way walk takes approx. 2 hours. At the valley entrance there is car parking available. In the high season however...More
There are a few car parks leading g to the entrance, we arrived before 9am so parked in the one nearest to the entrance, 10PLN parking charge.
Also there are bicycles to hire by the car parks, we did not, but they look in good...More
Dolina Chocholowska is the last valley leading into the Polish side of the Tatra Mountains, on the west side of the National Park. It is the longest valley in the Park, with an imposing mountain hotel at the end. We visited the area in August,...More