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Whether it is the high summer in the Pieniny Mountains or the dead of winter on the slopes of the Tatras, there is plenty to explore in the small yet varied mountainous region of southern Poland. Be sure to spend a week and see what you can in this lovely little region!
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While Poland is not generally known for its mountain climbing, there is plenty to be done on its southern border with the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Silesia, the region bordering the Czech Republic, is home to numerous excellent mountain climbing spots from the Table Mountains to Králický Sněžník.
Farther southwest, the Tatras serve as a natural borderland between Slovakia and Poland. They offer numerous excellent peaks up which to climb, including Rysy, the tallest peak in Poland.
The peak sits on the outskirts of Zakopane, offering spectacular views back into the city. From here there are plenty of other peaks to climb as well in the Tatras, making Zakopane an excellent starting off point for any mountaineering expedition.
During the summer, the south of Poland is pretty warm with average temperatures ranging from 16°C 21°C. Rain is not common and there are plenty of sunny and clear days. Winter is slightly drier than the summer, with average temperatures hovering just below freezing.
Any trip to the south for mountain climbing in Poland will first arrive at the international airport in Krakow (KRK), which offers direct flights from most major European cities. You will then easily be able to take a bus or train on to your final destination in the south of the country.
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May to October, but some guides offer trips year round
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