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A hostel is located in the Valley of the dry Water Tracked (Tatra Mountains, Hall Crawler) at 1500 m altitude. Has 116 beds in 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 8-, 10- and 12-personal data. Restaurant, buffet, postal intermediation, TV room, pay telephone, showers, water, we accept credit cards.
Reach: With Kużnic by Boczań (blue trail) or by Valley Jaworzynki (yellow trail) - approximately 1 hour, from the top of Kasprowy Wierch (yellow trail) - approx. 45 min., Brzezin (black trail) - about 2 hours
Ok. 1770 r on the surrounding peaks have to include Geometri Surveyors - image valley on maps from this czsu is exceptionally faithful. Sample mining in the first half of the nineteenth century, e.g. Under Szatrą where 870,000 hematite, have proved uneconomic. The tourists arrived in the beginning of the XIX century, even one of the Board of Governors of the Galicia - in r 1811 - had bothered visiting this ustron. As objective tours of Kuznice discussed Hall Carl Reyemhol Lohmeyer ( ) in the first at all guide after the Tatras in r 1842 - "so far hardly known miracles", wrote about the valley Wilhelm Richter ( 1844 ).Zakopane-is the largest urban center in the immediate vicinity of the Tatra Mountains, large center of winter sports has long been called informally the winter sports capital of Poland. Within the limits of the administrative city is also a significant part of the Tatra National Park (from Valley Dry water to the Valley Low meadow). The number of tourists visiting the whole Tatra Mountains is estimated at around 3 million per year.
The town is situated at the foot of the Tatra Mountains in the Podtatrzanski Gully (Tour of Zakopianska), on several streams that water finally fall into the river Zakopianka (White Dunajec River). Is the highest situated town in Poland. Within the limits of the administrative city is part of the Tatra Mountains (the highest point of which is the top Świnicy ? 2301 m n.p.m.). Ignoring the TPN, city lies on the 750-1126 m altitude central point of Zakopane ? Intersection Krupowki Street and the Kosciuszko is located at the height of 838 m above sea level in the north extends Gubalowskie and to the south of the city of dominating the Giewont.