Come see Poland and Slovakia in one awesome trek to Rysy, the highest peak in Poland (2,499m)! You will have perfect views of both countries as you make your ascent through the beautiful landscape on the Slovak side of the mountain.
Rysy is located in the main ridge of the High Tatras Mountains, right on the border between Poland and Slovakia. It has a summit of 2,503 meters on the Slovak side, as well as the summit on the Polish side at 2,499 meters – the country´s highest point.
Its status as the highest point in Poland makes it a popular destination for climbers and tourists. It is one of the most visited peaks in the High Tatras, and it is even said that Vladimir Lenin climbed Rysy at some point in the early 20th century!
We will start from one of Slovakia´s most charming glacial lakes – Strbske Pleso (1,350m). After about an hour and a half, we will reach Mengusovska Valley and hike around the Frog Lakes. With the security of chains, we will make the difficult ascent to the mountain hut beneath the peak.
After a short breather, let´s head through Saddle Vaha and take in the sites of the summit. Enjoy the best views that both Poland and Slovakia have to offer, including the Tazka Valley.
This is no easy hike. You should be in great physical condition and have some experience hiking in the mountains.
Book now and don´t miss out on your chance to see Poland and Slovakia in one great day hike to Rysy!
Price per person
|Group of 2||90EUR|
|Group of 3||60EUR|
|Group of 4||45EUR|
|Group of 5||40EUR|
|Group of 6||30EUR|
|Group of 7||25EUR|
|Group of 8||25EUR|
- Guiding fee
Skill level required
Fitness level required
You will need to purchase insurance for Slovakian Mountain Rescue Services. Any international mountain insurance is sufficient.