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    Member Since July 2019

    Marius Niculae

    Budapest, Budapest, Hungary 

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    Marius Niculae reviewed Lukács árok

    about 1 month ago

    Nice trail for a wknd stroll. If you star form Dobogókő just take the yellow stripe and then the green stripe in order to go around the rám szakadék area. You can start either from Dobogókő or from Dömös, just make sure you take Rám Szakadék on the uphill part, it just make more sense and looks more spectacular. It is an easy trail and it can be done by pregnant women or kids. At the end of the trail, towards Dobogókő there are some nice Csárdás where you can relax.

    Marius Niculae completed Lukács árok

    about 1 month ago

    Marius Niculae saved Lukács árok

    about 1 month ago

    Marius Niculae saved Velka Studena Valley

    about 1 month ago

    Marius Niculae saved Rysy ze Słowacji

    about 1 month ago

    Marius Niculae reviewed Dolina Pięciu Stawów i Morskie Oko

    about 1 month ago

    Good trail for beginners with amazing scenic view. You’ll definitively have your wow moments. Best approach is to follow the green stripe/ black stripe mark towards Wielki Staw. Once there you can eat/drink at the mountain cabin. Cash only. Afterwards, you can easily take the blue stripe mark towards the Morskie Oko. Descend on red stripe. All this can take around 8 hours. Overcrowded and this can be a bit tiring for those used with wild, remote hiking trails. A lot of people in sandals, white snickers, slippers!!! What amazed me was to see parents and their 5-7 years old kids all wearing snickers?!! Dressed like going to the mall. Go there very early in the morning otherwise you won’t find a parking place. At Morskie Oko I saw people washing their feet in the lake while 10 meters away others were drinking from it thinking it is clean, untouched mountain water. Don’t expect any wild life, the route is just too overwhelmed by tourist in order for any animals to remain in its vicinity.

    Those with more hiking experience can go straight for Rysy peak. Challenging but rewarding hike. Amazing view towards SK and PL.