Gubalowka ( 1120 a.s.l)- it is not a high mountain but wooded. People who like an active relaxation can go uphill to the top og Gubalowka, and sledge by twisting track from 700 m or inside a closed tube. It seems to be an interesting attraction to go by railway to Gubalowka. There is a wonderful view of Tatras.
Gubalowka is on the other side, north-west part of Zakopane. From the top of Gubalowka there is a beautiful panorama of Tatras and the city. In summer time it is a great occasion to sunbath or use a gravitational sidle. In winter time there are very good conditions to practice winter sports. The longest run has 1400 m ( differentiation of height is 300 m). For less advanced there are shorter runs. The most modern ski lift is on Szymoszkowa. You can rent an equipment, Rainer, there are restaurants and snack-bars.

Kaplica

Kaplica

Jaszczurowka chapel

This is a local wooden chapel situated in a beautiful place. It was built in the beginning of XX century according to a Project of the famous architect Stanislaw Witkiewicz. This is a leading example of ?Zakopane style?. Inside it is very Modest. There is a wooden altar, ornaments on walls and small, romantic stained-glass windows.

kasprowy

Widok z kasprowego

Kasprowy Wierch (1987 m a.s.l.).
This one of the most popular top in Poland. On the top there is an astronomical and meteorological observatory. You can admire panorama of west Zakopane with Czerwony Wierch, Giewont, high Tatras, Krywan and Swidnica. You can go to Hala Gasienicowa or to Sucha Przelecz. You an get there by railway, there are Tyree stations- Lower in Kuznice, intermediate in Myslenickie Turnie and upper in Kasprowy Wierch. The length is 4291m, with differentiation of hills 936m.

Antalowka (940 m a.s.l.)
The west part of it is covered with spruce forest and glades. On the south slope there are ski runs and ski lifts. On the top there are a famous villas: ?Witkiewiczowka?, Gospoda Wloczegow and swimming pool with thermal spa.

giewont

Giewont

Giewont ( 1895 m a.s.l)
It is the most popular top in Poland. In 1901, on the top of Giewont there was putted a 17 m iron cross.. For Giewont the year 1901 was crucial. Because of coming a new century it was putted on the top of Giewont an iron, 17 m long cross. It is a legendary mountain rising above the city 1.895 m above see level. There are many trips to Giewont. The view is breath-taking.

Nosal (1206 m a.s.l.)
It had many visitors every time. It is situated about 4 km from Zakopane. It is a great viewpoint to Hala Gasienicowa and Dolina Bystrej. On the slopes there is a popular slalom run, with artificial snow and chairlift. In summer time tourists can go uphill and see wonderful view of Zakopane and Tatras. In winter time there are a great ski conditions for advanced and beginners. There are a few ski tows and one chairlift. There i also a parking place, services, equipment retting, ski schools, restaurants and snack-bars.

Dolina Gasienicowa

Dolina Gasienicowa

Dolina Gasienicowa

The name is connected with surname of previous owners. It has been visited since XIX century. You can get there from Kuznice- through Jaworzynka or Boczan, from Brzeziny and Toporowa Cyrhla- through Psia Trawka, from Wierch Poronca and Lysa Polana- through RowienWaksmundzka. Dolina Gasienicowa is a upper floor of Dolina Suchej Wody Gasienicowej, it has two branches ( separated with Koscielcow ridge )- south- west branch with Zielony Staw and nineteen smaller containers and south-east with Zmarzly and Czarny Staw Gasienicowy.

Dolina Jaworzynki
It is on east side from Kuznice. We can admire a beautiful view of Giewont. Going downhill we come across a Jaworzynka glade. On both sides there are renewed huts.

Dolina Roztoki and Pieciu Stawow Polskich ?
Both valleys are the branches of Dolina Bialki. It is the most inaccessible part of Tatras. Dolina Roztoki is situated between two waterfalls- Wodogrzmot Mickiewicza and Siklawa. From the stony bridge we can admire upper edge of Nizny Wodogrzmot and Posredni Wodogrzmot. Upper part of Dolina Roztoki closes the biggest waterfall in Poland- Siklawa. In Dolina Pieciu Stawow there are five tarns, where the biggest one is Wielki Staw.

Dolina Chocholowska
It is the biggest, Tatras valley. In the early spring we can admire blossoming crocuses. Dolina Chocholowska was the favourite place of John Paul II.

Dolina Koscieliska
Supposedly it is the most beautiful valley of East Tatars, measuring 9 km. At the foot of Dolina Koscieliska there is a stream Potok Koscieliski, which shaped a bottom of the valley. Here we can find most of the caves in Tatras- about 300. In XVI century in the valley it was extracted a silver, copper, iron ore. The highest top is Blyszcz.

Morskie Oko

Morskie Oko

Morskie Oko (1395 m a.s.l.) i Czarny Staw Pod Rysami

The tarns are situated between Rysy and Opalony Wierch. Morskie Oko is the biggest and the most beautiful tarn in Tatras- forth in respect of size. It is surrounded by many tops, on the left side- by Rysy, ahead- by Mieguszowieckie Szczyty with Mieguszowiecki Wielki, on the right side- by Mnich, a bit far- by Miedziane slopes. On the stores there are beautiful stone pines and in the water there are trouts.Morskie Oko is a real Mecca for tourists. There is a hostel where you can eat or drink something before going to Tatras. Czarny Staw pod Rysami is situated in Upper part of Rybi Potok valley, above Morskie Oko, 1583 m a.s.l. It is surrounded by mountains tops.

Smerczynski Staw
It is situated 1227 m a.s.l. , in Dolina Koscieliska, near Hala Ornak. The tarn occupies about one hectare, it is surrounded by forest, which is a part of nature reserve.

Czarny Staw Gasienicowy
It is situated 1620 m a.s.l. in Dolina Gasienicowa. It is one of the biggest Tatras Lake. Its water has a sapphire colour. There is a small Island covered dwarf mountains pines.

Zielony Staw Gasienicowy
It is situated 1672 m a.s.l., in Dolina Gasienicowa, near Skrajna Turnia. It occupies 3, 84 hectares, depth 15 m. The Lake is green- coloured, thanks to its plankton.

Wielki Staw
It is situated in Dolina Pieciu Stawow. It is the second tarn, in respekt of size. It separatek two massifs- Masyw Miedzianego and Masyw Wierchu.

Jaskinia Dziura

Jaskinia Dziura

Jaskinia Dziura

It is in Dolina ku Dziurze. It is the closest cave to Zakopane, which can be visited. Its dept his 20 m, and length 60 m. It is not a big cave but many people like visiting it. It became as a result of activity of hot water. It has an interesting history- Jan Mateja ( the last Tatras robber was keeping his loots. Jaskinia Pisana is in Dolina Koscieliska, in Pisana Skala. This cave is difficult to visit because of the water inside. In this cave it was fund some footprints of treasure hunter. In 1896 there was cut a bust of knight.

Jaskinia Sniezna
It was founded by speleologists in 1959. The length of tunnels is 2000 m. It achieved a record-breaking depths for Poland
Jaskinia Mrozna
It was founded by S. Zwoliński in 1938 . It is about 400 m long and it has illuminated tunnels. It i sine of the most beautiful cave in Tatras. In summer time it can be visited by tourists.

Jaskinia Smocza Jama

Jaskinia Smocza Jama

Jaskinia Smocza Jama

It is worth visiting. It is obligatory to use a torch inside. To get inside you will have to go with a help of ladder, insured by handrail and chain.

Jaskinia Oblazkowa
It is situated in Tatras, in Dolina Koscieliska, in massif of Raptowicka Turnia. This cave is furrowed in Jurrasic limestone. The height is about 1150 m a.s.l., lenght of tunnels is about 120 m. It is not a big cave, it is allowed to visit it individually. It consist of horizontal tunnel. To visit it is needed a torch. Nine meters wide and two meters high opening leads to inside. Inside there is a room divided for two tunnels.

Jaskinia Czarna
It is situated in east part of Dolina Koscieliska, in Ogan massif. It is one of the longest and widest cave in Poland. The length of tunnels is 6,5 km, drop is 303,5 m. It has Tyree openings- main at the foot of Czarna Turnia, about 285 m above Polana Pisana, second one is near, and the third one in south part Zleb pod Wysranki. The main draught, with many tunnels and big chambers, goes through and through. There are some floors of tunnels, connected with wells. Nowadays there are some reservoirs. The biggest one is a Jeziorko Szmaragdowe. The water flow out in Lodowe Zrodlo, 970 m a.s.l., and in Organy, 1100 m a.s.l. It was fund many debris, for example, debris of cave bear.

Jaskinia Mylna
It is situated in a central part of Dolina Koscieliska, in the wall of Raptowicka Turnia.It is the most interesting cave in Poland. It is possible to visit it individually, but with a solid torch. Passage is marked with colourful signs- main route- with stripes, side parts- with circles and triangles. This cave was well known to shepherds. It has been visited Since XIX century. The length of tunnels is about 1,3 km, the main passage is 270 m long. The system in cave is quite muddled and it was the reason of getting lost. Sixty years ago it was rebuilt to adept it to movement.

Jaskinia Raptawicka
It is a small ( 150 m long) cave. It can be visited individually. It is situated in Dolina Koscieliska. To get there it is needed to use a ladder. It consists of two halls. It is joined with Jaskinia Mylna.
Jaskinia Mietusia
It has the biggest, horizontal extent in Poland ( it is about 1150 m long). It is typical cave to visiting in winter time. Only a small part is being visited, to Prog Meczennikow. It is a very popular cave.