Kasprowy Wierch (1987 m high) is one of the most visited peaks in the Tatra Mountains. There are several tourist routes to Kasprowy Wierch and you can also go up by cable car. We went to this famous and crowded mountain along the green trail from Kuźnice. On our way back we went through Hala Gąsienicowa. The entire route (up and down) is 13.8 km and, according to the markings on the map, it takes less than 6 and a half hours. The sum of the ascent and descent is 1096 m.
We arrived in Zakopane on Thursday evening. We went to Kasprowy Wierch on Friday morning. There was a queue in Kuźnice, next to the Cable Railway to Kasprowy ...
People practically disappeared a moment after entering the trail - many more tourists chose the cable car ... and here by the trail such beautiful views ...
The green trail from Kuźnice to Kasprowy Wierch is almost 6.5 kilometers long and was supposed to take 3 hours. We went in just over two.
Mountain landscape with Giewont from the hiking trail above the cable car transfer station, we go up, the views begin ...
The mountains are beautifully visible from above ... A view to the west from the slopes of Kasprowy Wierch.
There is a red trail from Kasprowy Wierch to Czerwone Wierchy to the west along the ridge.
We went down the yellow trail to the Gąsienicowa Valley. The triangular rock on the left is Kościelec.
The sun was shining beautifully in the morning but in the afternoon the clouds came and the wind started to blow.
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