Kasprowy and what more?
Most tourists decide to go to the top of Kasprowy Wierch to admire magnificent panoramas extending from the top. The breath-taking views and the power of nature are definitely the key point of a trip to the peak of Kasprowy.
The Alpine Mountain Meteorological Observatory IMGW-PIB built in 1936/1937 has been operating on Kasprowy Wierch since 1938. It is a historic building, which analyses various meteorological parameters and informs about conditions prevailing in the mountains.
From Kasprowy to Ciemniak 2096 m.a.s.l (to the west) leads one of the most picturesque routes in the Tatras, through Czerwone Wierchy – the route will take us about 3 hours.
To the opposite direction (east) there is a red trail leading through Orla Perć – the most difficult route in the Polish Tatras. The whole track will take about 9 hours of a very difficult mountain trek.
Cableway and good winter – skiers do not need anything else to enjoy skiing on Kasprowy.
There are two main routes currently being prepared – in the Gąsienicowa and Goryczkowa Valleys. Both, Goryczkowa and Gąsienicowa are the routes of black difficulty level.
Beautiful mountain surroundings and good winter conditions guarantee the ride on ‘Kasprowy’ to be a great winter adventure.