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S.K.  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, January 26, 2016 4:06:29 PM(UTC)
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My friend lives in Poland,

Map for telling me about the mountains there, and low cost of the flight and stay ...

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1. search for a few days, prefer mountain view so high he Tatras direction (?)

2. a good source of information (in Hebrew) on routes where (my friend but I don't anymore. in Tetra), I looked a bit on the Forum and not found.

3 I'd love any recommendation or suggestion, אאל"ט season where possible and that since May. (בע"ה )

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, January 27, 2016 3:19:30 AM(UTC)
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Someone had posted a track he did there ... Wasn't the best thread in the world, but he helped me in several important design points Try to run another search here on the forums. It should pop up.
However, I also have a thing for this area and plans to do, maybe a 3 days in mid-June. Hope you work out. Note that if you plan to do gradients (or even access to the high mountains) you should set the port to a mid-June onwards. Mountain huts where I don't think open area before that time and that most of the breaks very steep mountains (the majority used ladders, chains and pegs) and I recommend doing them before the snow became available.
My only qualification to the statement is the fact that it seems to be easy and perhaps the winter snows begin to thaw.

If you exit from the target that Poland will have to make is Zakopane. It is the basis for the Polish Tatras. If you not necessarily leaving for Poland out of Slovakia (where most of the area of Tatras). Alternatively, you can try to plan a route that starts in Slovakia and Poland (or vice versa). It sounds awesome if there's enough time.

What is planning?
One of the most famous tracks in the Polish Tatras is a five lakes. Read about the track a bit and every site seems a slightly different route. Yes, all the track passes through an area where there are many lakes, but each site has different nuances to the beginning and end of the track. What makes this course a wealth of hiking trails in the area. Very easy to design a course according to your needs and abilities. According to this, it's exactly what I did.
My plan is to begin in Zakopane-go South while a rise over the ridge of the Tatras-go along the ridge is defined as a boundary between Slovakia-Poland to integrate with the track of the five lakes--to finish the track in Lake Morskie Oko and return to Zakopane.
I get a total of two and a half days of walking for people with average fitness. At least that's what it looks like on paper (i.e. light walk for most Forum members), but keep in mind that the point of Lake Morskie Oko is the point from which we can continue the way for Slovakia so that it really lacks.

Here's a map I have at home (in case I found the online version now that made me regret that I bought a physical copy):
Http://www.mapytatr.net/PRODUKTY/MAPY_TAT/WYSOKIE/SLICES/wys_ii.htm
And it's even a little more of the map area (the Polish Tatras):
Http://www.mapytatr.net/PRODUKTY/MAPY_TAT/TPN/SLICES/tpn_mapa.htm
Recall of all Internet map was Tatras (Slovak part too). Try to find later and update.

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#3 Posted : Wednesday, January 27, 2016 12:11:01 PM(UTC)
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I found the threads of history Forum-very tempting picture!

Forum thread 1

Threading Forum 2

S.K.  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, January 27, 2016 12:47:31 PM(UTC)
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What beauty!

Thanks a lot, really a lot of information.

On the other hand, my friend lives there and travel quite a bit, I'm sure that his knowledge will help a lot.

arthur  
#5 Posted : Wednesday, January 27, 2016 7:44:34 PM(UTC)
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You can cross the border and make the high route Tatranska Magistrala cross all the ... Tetras in Slovakia. Keep in mind ...
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