Looking for a great trail near Zakopane, Lesser Poland? AllTrails has 5 great hiking trails, forest trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 4 hard trails in Zakopane ranging from 8 to 14.9 miles and from 3,005 to 7,414 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Zakopane, Lesser Poland (Malopolskie) Map
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4 months ago

Ich empfehle erstmal den Grünen Weg hoch und den Gelben weg runter zu nehmen

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scramble
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4 months ago

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rocky
4 months ago

easy at the summit, but nice views

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rocky
4 months ago

Gorgeous hike and just the right amount of intensity (steepness) for a nice, but sporty day trip. The scariness of the last ten or twenty meters to the summit (plus the descent) was unexpected as we had to climb using chains with a decent drop on the other side, but everything went fine in the end.

hiking
5 months ago

rando magnifique même si le mont Giewont était interdit d'accés au sommet. Ceci est dû à la mort accidentelle en juillet de 5 randonneurs touchés par la foudre. la randonnée est très raide et difficile pour les novices. Le spectacle au sommet est magnifique. j'ai fait une variante avec un autre sommet qui atteint 2000 mètres d'altitude. j'ai mis 6 heures au total avec pause repas. A l'arrivée on trouve un taxi très facilement pour retourner au point de départ

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rocky
scramble
5 months ago

Beautiful trail! But also very hard! We are fit people and even we were totally done at the end of the day. The views and beautiful nature you get to see along the trail and from the top totally pay for that though! Make sure your hiking shoes have enough cushion. 4 out 5 stars purely because the whole entire trail from bottom to top is covered in rocks which makes it very hard wears on your knees and back especially while going down!

hiking
5 months ago

difficult, but worth it

hiking
6 months ago

I came from the Kuznice side, and then after summiting Giewont, went along the ridge to Kasprowy Wierch. Fairly easy hiking in the beginning and middle. It’s a nice rock path all the way up, and then the last kilometer is pretty steep. The view at the top gives you a gorgeous look at Zakopane on the left, which you don’t see at all along the hike I did, as well as the high mountains of the park to your right.

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rocky
7 months ago

I hiked this trail in mid July, and there were SO MANY PEOPLE on it! Regardless, it was absolutely stunning. At that time of year, it is accessible to anyone of any skill level. I will note, however, that the last mile or so up to the peak is quite tricky to navigate. For that portion, I would advise good shoes and physical fitness!

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rocky
8 months ago

Absolutely love this trail! Disclaimer, do not attempt this trail if you aren’t looking for a good workout. Most of it is quite steep and very rocky. This was my favorite trail in tatra. Breathtaking views of the mountains and forestry. The hike begins at a trail through the woods made of large rocks as steps alongside a stream. At the end of the woods, the trail opens up to an incredible view all along the remaining path to the summit, with offtrail opportunities for rock climbing. (This probably isn’t safe but we did it anyway). Saw some goats, small wildflowers, and a bit of snow at the top. On the other side, lovely views on the rocky path back down into the valley. It rained on our way down, and the rocks became very slippery. Would recommend climbing stick for the descent. Overall, a good workout and breathtaking views.

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5 months ago

on Kuznice to Kasprowy

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