Tatra Hiking

Tatra Hiking

Organised hikes in the Polish Tatra Mountains and surrounding area. Eat, Sleep and Hike from £425 pp*
This price includes:

  • 6 nights accommodation in a forest style chalet or in a clean, warm guesthouse.
  • A continental buffet style breakfast.
  • Afternoon lunches on the trails or in town
  • Evening meals in a well established cafe/bistro/restaurant.
  • 3 individual days* worth of hiking in the mountains, valleys or lakes with an English, Tatra mountains enthusiast
  • National park entry fees.
  • Meet and greet service at Krakow airport. Bus and local transport costs.
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      The following is an example itinerary of a typical week:
      Day 1 – Arrive Krakow, travel to Zakopane and check in. Orientation around town.
      Day 2 – First hike. Usually a warm up route to build stamina for the next 2 hikes.
      Day 3 – Explore the town of Zakopane and the High St. Plus afternoon mimi hike.
      Day 4 – Second hike. Usually something a little more challenging than the first.
      Day 5 – Rest day. As a group you may wish to do such activities as: Day trip, massage/sauna, shopping in Krakow**
      Day 6 – Third day of hiking. Usually the longest day out. Evening celebrations.
      Day 7 – Return home

      *More days of hiking during the 7 day period can be added at £30 per day per person. Generous discount for groups of more than 6 people
      **There are additional fees charged by the tour operators for Auschwitz, salt mines, city tour etc.

      Disclaimer: I am not a licensed mountaineer or guide. My official capacity is a group organiser and translator. It is a happy coincidence that I know many of the trails, rules and of course the language which enables me as the aforementioned to help you navigate around the trail markers and signs.