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Ski touring in the Tatras in Poland

Ski touring in the Tatras in Poland | Poland

Dare come with Matteo, UIAGM/IFMGA-certified mountain guide, on this 8-day ski touring program in Poland and discover the beautiful Tatras!

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12 Days

Feb, Mar




Join me on this 8-day ski touring trip in Poland and discover the High Tatras’ backcountry terrain!

Our skiing adventure will start in the charming Polish town of Zakopane. Near the border with Slovakia, this resort town in the Tatra Mountains is one of the most popular attractions of this country.

This ski mountaineering trip on the border between Poland and Slovakia will be a unique experience: 30 peaks over 2500 meters can be found in this beautiful mountain range. During this challenging skiing program, skiers will be able to explore different routes and peaks every day. I have organized this trip in order to discover many of the amazing mountains that can be found here: Wolomiec (2064 meters), Lopata (1964 meters), KLIN mountain  (2176 mt), Zawratowa Turnia (2247 mt.) and many more!

Regarding our accommodation, skiers will be staying in different beautiful mountain huts. After a long day of skiing, nothing better than to relax in these cozy and beautiful Polish alpine refugees.

 So if you feel prepared to join me on this challenging 8-day Ski touring program in the Tatras Mountains, request to book this trip. I will be happy to guide you around this Polish winter paradise!

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Flight to the start

- Transportation start and back

- Transport during the trip

- Luggage transfer


Day 1: Italy - Krakow - Zakopane

Flight from Italy to Krakow and from there, rent a car and transfer to Zakopane (2 hours drive).

Day 2: Zakopane - Wolomiec (2064 mt) - Lopata (1964 mt)

Zakopane – Schronisko Refuge Na Chocholowskiet Polanie share (1148 mt)

Trip to WOLOMIEC (2064 mt.) and LOPATA (1964 mt.) down and
overnight in a refugee.

Day 3: Starorobocianski Wierch (2176 mt) - Bystra (2248 m)

Ascend to the top Starorobocianski Wierch,also called
KLIN mountain  (2176 mt).

Continue to the top of Bystra (2248 m) and then descend to

Day 4: Krzesamica (2122 mt) - Malolaczniak (2095 mt)

Departure from Kiri to KRZESAMICA (2122 mt) And MALOLACZNIAK
(2095 mt) With descent to the shelter SCHRONISKO KALATOWI (1198 mt) overnight

Day 5: Goryczkowa Dolina - Posrednia Turnia -

Ascend to Goryczkowa Dolina – top POSREDNIA TURNIA (2128 meters) and descend to Zakopane.

Day 6: Kasprowy Wierch - Murowaniec Refugee - Zawratowa Turnia

Lifts to the Kasprowy Wierch – from here to the Murowaniec refugee
and ascend to Zawratowa Turnia (2247 mt.), descend into the Valley of the 5 lakes.

Overnight stay at the Schronisko Przy Morskim Oku Refugee (1406 m.) on the lake Morsike Oko.

Day 7: Ascend Rysy Summit (2499 meters)

Ascend the RYSY summit (2499 mt.), one of the highest in the
mountain range of Poland and descend to Zakopane .

Day 8: Last day!!!

Return by car to Krakow and return flight to Italy


About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I live in the mountain for 300 days every year, I'm expecialized in trip around the world from Jordan (Wady rum for climbing) to Himalaya summit, during the summer I usually to work in the Alps (Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa) but during the autumn is a must to fly in Kalymnos to climbing.

I'm a guide from 2006 and from 2008 I work in Italy in mountain rescue Helicopter and I specialized in avalanche explosive working-from 2015, I become a teacher of italian mountain guide.


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What people are saying about Matteo


3 days for beginners, 2 days for more experimented .. and depending on the logging, difficulty increases ... should be more visible .. Booking was made personally but not by the organization team Pros: - Andreas’s skill as a guide, impressive - knowledge of the mountain - calm and patience Cons : - preparation required from Tete Rousse vs Goûter .. better information needed - extra costs related to the summit .. food, lift, trains , ....



We were very satisfied with the whole experience. Our guide Matteo was very experienced and taught us a lot during the short trip. He looked after us and made sure that we felt secure even on the most dangerous stages of the ascent and descent. I cannot express enough how happy we were with Matteo's support and guidance. He was very professional during the whole trip and also very jovial and kept us a good company. His knowledge of the mountains and mountaineering is exceptional and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to anyone wishing to climb in the Alps.



We were a bit unlucky with the weather, so we didn't summit. But given the conditions, I think we did the best we could, we've scaled some smaller peaks and practiced our spline skills. Matteo is great guide, highly recommend.

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