Saturday, 30 January 2016

Kopa Kondracka and Kasprowy Wierch

Kopa Kondracka (Slovak: Kondratova Kopa, 2005 m a. m. s. l.) - the peak in the Western Tatras belonging to the Red Peaks (furthest to the east), it is the lowest of them.

We went towards to the Kopa Kondracka from Giewont mountain. To the next peak we had around a more than 1 hour and, walking on a beautiful green hill.

First we had to went down to the Przełęcz Kondracka, this part of our way was very steeply down. 

Kondracka Przełęcz is situated at an altitude 1725 m a. m. s. l. between the Giewont and Kopa Kodracka peaks.

From there we can admit beautiful views to the Tatra mountains, among other all Giewont mountain from south side.

On peak Kopa Kondracka 2005 m a. m. s. l. we had a nice break. While we sitting on the rock we were enjoying see this wonderful views around us.

Then we had before us the last section of the way lead red trail to the Kasprowy Wierch mountain.

This wasn't easy because we were tired and this last section lasted around 2 hour.

We had reached to the Kasprowy Wierch 1987 m a. m. s. l. and we were happy from our expedition, so we decided went down to the Kuźnice by cable car from there.

1 comment:

  1. Good effort to describe the hill stations of your country, it's really detailed,

    Sorry to say the photos needs to be more focused.