Climb to Rysy Peak 2499 m.

750.00

Rysy Mountain is the highest peak of Poland and one of the most beautiful places in all Tatras. The main peak has a height of (2503 m.), The second is (2499 m.), And it is exactly on the border of Poland and Slovakia. Climbing Rysy is very popular among Europeans, which is not surprising, because besides the stunning landscapes, interesting and intense ascent, at the very foot of the mountain, surrounded by forest and rocky peaks, the pearl of the Tatras – crystal clear Lake Morskie Oko – definitely must to see during travel to Poland.

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Description

Polish Tatras are beautiful mountains with many clear lakes and picturesque peaks. Excellent tourist infrastructure creates ideal conditions for a comfortable and interesting holiday with a light backpack.

Our journey will begin in the city of Krakow, where we will arrive on the first day to walk through the cozy streets and get acquainted with the history of the Middle Ages.

On the second day we will have an easy climb to the top of Giewont (1895 m.). Then we will go to the Sea Eye, where we will rise to the highest point of Poland – Rysy peak (2499 m.). These adventures will be a great reason to be proud and test yourself for strength.

At the Climbing Party you will taste delicious Polish cuisine and taste the local beers. Choose honey – it is excellent! A vacation in the Krakow water park, after a mountain adventure, will give strength for many months ahead.

Excellent proven team, beautiful landscapes around, sea drive and fun, what else is needed to meet the autumn blues correctly.

About our goal

Rysy Mountain is the highest peak of Poland and one of the most beautiful places in all Tatras. The main peak has a height of (2503 m.), The second is (2499 m.), And it is exactly on the border of Poland and Slovakia. Climbing Rysy is very popular among Europeans, which is not surprising, because besides the stunning landscapes, interesting and intense ascent, at the very foot of the mountain, surrounded by forest and rocky peaks, the pearl of the Tatras – crystal clear Lake Morskie Oko – definitely must to see during travel to Poland.

Rysy’s climbing can be described as relatively complex: a rocky slope that requires concentration and a certain level of skill from climbers. But, despite the difficulties, climb to the top and enjoy the delightful scenery under the force of any healthy person in normal physical shape, and an experienced guide will ensure your safety and organize your trip.

Information

Date: 21-29 september 2019
Location: Zakopane/Poland
Number of participations: max 10
Price: 750 Euro

Itinerary

Thread route: Krakow – Zakopane – Giewont (1895 m.) – Lake. Sea Eye – Lake Black – Rysy peak (2499 m.) – Zakopane – Krakow

Day 1: Transfer Krakow-Zakopane

13: 00-16: 00 – meeting the group in Krakow.
18:00 – transfer to Zakopane. Check in hotel.
19:00 – dinner at the local restaurant Warta.
20: 00-22: 00 – acquaintance with the resort, walk through the city.
22: 00-06: 00 – overnight in Zakopane in a cozy Hotel.

Day 2: Climbing on Giewont (1895 m)

07:00 – breakfast according to the buffet system.
08:00 – briefing before leaving the route.
08: 15-08: 45 – preparation of equipment and fees.
09:00 – exit to the route for climbing Giewont (1895 m.). To the top – 5 hours, descent – 3 hours. Time is indicated taking into account stops, snacks and other pleasures. The net movement time to the top is 3 hours.
12:00 and 15:00 – snacking on the route during the ascent.
17:00 – descent in Zakopane, rest.
18:00 – dinner at a local restaurant, a walk around the city.
22: 00-06: 00 – overnight in Zakopane in a cozy Hotel.

Day 3: Trekking to the lake. Sea Eye and Lake. Black

07:00 – breakfast according to the buffet system.
08:00 – briefing before leaving the route.
08: 15-08: 45 – preparation of equipment and fees.
09: 00-10: 00 – transfer to the beginning of the route to the mountain lake “Morskoe Oko”.
10: 00-14: 00 – trekking in the lake. Sea eye on the asphalt road.
13:00 – settling in a mountain shelter near the lake.
13: 30-14: 30 – lunch in a cafe at the shelter.
15: 00-18: 00 – radial exit to the Black Stav.
18: 00-19: 00 – dinner in a cafe at the shelter.
19: 00-20: 00 – free time for photo shoots and conversations overlooking the mountain lake.
20: 00-21: 00 – preparation for the ascent to the peak. Rysy (2499 m.).
21: 00-04: 00 – overnight in the shelter.

Day 4: Climbing Rysy (2499 m)

04: 00-04: 30 – early rise.
04: 30-05: 30 – breakfast before climbing.
05: 30-06: 00 – briefing and checking before leaving.
06: 00-15: 00 – the ascent to the peak. Rysy (2499 m.)

The route passes through stone debris equipped with Via-ferrata insurance.
The day will be hard, but the landscapes are worth it – lakes, valleys, rocky mountains, from the top of Rysy peak (2499 m.) You can see everything!

12:00 – snack on top.
12: 00-14: 00 – after a successful assault and the received portion of adrenaline with endorphins, we return to the Shelter.
14: 00-14: 30 – charges equipment in the shelter.
14: 30-15: 00 – second snack at the shelter cafe.
15:00 – The descent from the Sea Eye on a footpath will be made on a horse-drawn horse cart under the control of the Goralian lad. 🙂

Climbing party

17:00 – after the descent we leave in Zakopane on a comfortable bus.
17:30 – upon arrival in Zakopane and checking into the Hotel, a little rest, shower and time to change into clean clothes.
19:00 – Festive dinner on the occasion of the ascent to the highest point of Poland – Rysy peak 2499 m.
19: 00-07: 00 – overnight in Zakopane in a cozy Hotel.

Day 5: Departure home + rest in Krakow water park

On this day, we have prepared for you something special, namely, a visit to the Krakow water park – the largest water park in Eastern Europe. That’s exactly where you can relax after the mountains and climbing.

Reserve day in case of bad weather.
Departure by comfortable bus to the water park of Krakow.

This is included

All transfers according to the program
Mountaineering training
Lunch in a restaurant in Krakow
Excursion in Krakow
Hotel and shelter accommodation
Meals – hot breakfast and dinner, lunch snack
Group equipment (ropes, carbines)
First aid kit
Photographing in the mountains
Memorable gifts
Festive dinner after climbing
Waterpark in Krakow
Tickets for routes

This is not included

Rental of personal equipment (backpack, clothes, sleeping bag, tent, etc.)
Rental of personal special equipment (cats, ice axes, systems, carbines, etc.)
Member insurance
Souvenirs and personal expenses not specified in the program

Good to know

Payment order

Payment takes place on the first day of the trip in rubles or in dollars / euros at the office. the rate of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. To reserve a place in a group, you need to make an advance payment in the amount of 100 euro to the account of Ivan Grigoriev, no later than 30 days before the start of the program. The remaining amount is paid no later than 3 days before the meeting of the group at Ivan Grigoriev.

We have a system of discounts for earlier booking: 6 months before the start of the tour – 10%, for 3 months – 5%.
Program Changes

Depending on the weather conditions, the condition of the participants and the general wishes of the group, the Guide has the right to make changes to the route. Guide’s decisions are binding and not negotiable.

Weather

Weather conditions are one of the most important factors of a successful ascent. The weather in the mountains is changing very rapidly. To summarize, it is usually good in the morning, and in the evening it spoils – this is another reason for the early ascent.

At height in the evening and at night it is very cold, temperatures of 0 and even -5 in the middle of summer are not uncommon. Therefore, be sure to take warm clothes. During the daytime the sun is often, at such heights it is especially dangerous. The sun’s rays are reflected from the snow and you burn instantly. Do not forget to take a sunscreen with a protection factor of at least 50.
Required documents

Citizens of Russia to visit Poland need to have a valid passport with a Schengen visa

Other

Why do you need to climb the peak of Rysy (2499 m.)

The small height in the Tatras makes climbing accessible to any active person. You will not be tormented by mountain sickness, you will live in comfortable conditions. This is a great opportunity to get acquainted with these mountains and have a good rest in such a short time.

There will be an incentive to exercise;
Test yourself for strength;
Never forget the surrounding beauty;
Get a new travel experience, expand your horizons;
Press the reset button of your brain from everyday problems.

And also Tatras, it is:

Well-groomed and beautiful mountain nature;
Equipped routes;
Absolute security for beginners;
The opportunity to prepare for high mountains, such as Elbrus, 5642 m and Mont Blanc, 4810 m;
Interesting people, new friends and another culture.

On climbing you will need the following equipment.

down jacket, 0 С
membrane jacket
thermal underwear
fleece jacket (1 pc. Polartec100)
membrane pants
warm gloves
cap
mountain boots with a membrane covering the ankle
leggings
socks (2 -3 pairs + thermosocks on the day of climbing)

Special equipment

helmet
safety system (lower)
self-insurance (dynamic rope, type – one, 3 meters)
2 carbines with couplings

Tourist equipment

backpack 30 liters
sleeping bag, comfort temperature 0С
thermos (1 liter for tea on the way out)
trekking poles
Sunglasses
headlamp + spare batteries
sunscreen 30SPF
if you plan to live in a campsite before and after climbing, you must have: a tent, a sleeping bag (0 – 10 С), a rug, a burner, cooking utensils, a towel, a personal first-aid kit

A responsibility

A guide accompanying the group throughout the program ensures safety only if the rules and safety regulations of all participants are taken into account. Therefore, we recommend to listen to the opinions and advice of the accompanying guide.

During the program, and especially in critical situations, participants must fully and undoubtedly follow the recommendations and guides of the guide. All actions and decisions on the route during a situation that threatens the safety of participants are solely the responsibility of the guide accompanying the group.

During all of our programs, the guides carry with them the necessary group equipment, a mobile phone with the numbers of the district’s rescue services, and a first-aid kit for first aid. Security for us remains the main condition for fulfilling obligations to the client!

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