Watch the sun set and rise on the Polish Beskids on an amazing 2-day hiking adventure led by a local, certified guide.
May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
At (1310 m asl), Turbacz is the highest peak of the Gorce Mountains in Poland. On this unique 2-day adventure, we will enjoy the sunset and sunrise in this emblematic location.
We will set off from Krakow and transfer to the starting point of the trek. We will hike for 5 hours along the trails of the Gorce National Park, which is known for its very well-preserved natural Carpathian forest. From the top of Turbacz, we will enjoy a gorgeous sunset and then settle in a mountain hut for the night. The following day, we will hopefully see the sunrise too, continue hiking and then return.
Keep in mind that we will hike for approximately 5 hours each day, which means you must be fit to join the trek. Of course, we will guide you every step of the way!
If you would like to discover the gorgeous Gorce Mountain views in Poland, this is your chance. Send a request to book your adventure today!
- Guiding fee
Not included in the cost:
- Transport for individual pricing - for a group of up to 4, approx. EUR 40 (private car), for groups of more than 4 people, approx. EUR 150-200 (bus rental with a driver)
- Accomodation - approx 25 EUR per person.
- Meals - approx 25 EUR per person (dinner and breakfast)
- Admission ticket to the National Park - approx 1,5 EUR per person.
- Equipment rental (if needed) - trekking poles (approx 5-10 EUR / person), mini-crampons (5-10 EUR / person).
Departure from Krakow and transfer to the starting point of the trip. Hiking to the mountain shelter - approx 4-5 hrs. Sunset from Turbacz peak.
Sunrise at the mountain shelter. Short hike to Jaworzyna Kamienicka - approx 2 hr. Return to the hike starting point - approx 2-3 hrs. Departure to Krakow.
Sunset, sunrise and views will be weather dependant.
Krakow, Lesser Poland
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I'm UIMLA certified International Mountain Leader living in Krakow, Poland. I'm guiding one-day hiking trips and multiday trekkings in Beskids Mountains (including Bieszczady and Pieniny) as well as in the Tatra Mountains in Slovakia. I'm passionate about wild nature and have valid licenses for 6 national parks located in southern Poland, i.e. Babia Góra, Gorce, Pieniny, Magura, Bieszczady, and Ojców National Parks. Apart from being a mountain guide, I'm also a ski and survival instructor.
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This trip exceeded our expectations from start to finish. Pawel was a fantastic guide, very experienced and had an incredible knowledge of the geological features of the Gorce mountains and surrounding mountain ranges as well as the historical aspects of Polish history. As beginners to snowshoeing, Pawel was understanding and knowledgeable of the most suitable routes to take. In addition, at the beginning of the trip we presented Pawel with a problem which he resolved with empathy like a true gentleman. For that we were truly thankful. The whole trip was incredible. Memories created that we will never forget. Thank you so much!
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