This Zakopane log home is located within 4.6 km from the Railway Station Zakopane in Zakopane. The Aqua Park Zakopane is 5.2 km away. This log cabin offers private check-in/out and free parking. The chalet offers mountain views, a terrace and free WiFi throughout the property. The units have parquet flooring and come with a fully-equipped kitchen with a microwavable, a dining room, a flat screen TV, and a bathroom with a shower. The units come with a microwave, a fridge and kitchenware. A kettle is also included. Each unit in the log chalet complex is equipped with bed linen and towel. Guests of the chalet are able to enjoy winter sports in the area during the colder months. This vacation property has a garden and barbecue. Guests can also go fishing or hiking in the area. The log chalet is located 7.3 km away from Tatra National Park, and Gubalowka Mountain 8.2 km. Bajkowy Urok can be reached by 69 km via Poprad-Tatry Airport.
Tatra National Park. Tatra National Park lies in the Tatra Mountains, in the middle of southern Poland. The national park covers an area of 81.71 mile. The Tatra Mountains are a shared boundary between Poland and Slovakia. Slovakia invests heavily in protecting the mountain range with its sister national park, which bears the same name. This part of the mountainous region in Poland is made up of the High Tatras, and the Western Tatras. The Tatras are known for their sharp-jagged peaks, and amazing rock formations. Rysy, the highest peak in Poland, reaches a height 8,199 feet. Wielka sniezna, the longest of the 600 caves within the boundaries of the national park, is 11 miles long and has a maximum depth 2,671 feet. It extends over 11 miles and has a depth of 2,671 ft. Wielka Siklawa, with a height 230 feet, is the tallest of all waterfalls.
Morskie OKO is the largest based on its surface area, which covers an area of 349 000 square miles. Wielki Staw has a similar surface area but is 100 feet deeper, reaching a maximum depth of 260 ft. Tatra National Park is the home of endangered and endemic species. The park is home to a variety of popular species, including the brown bear, gray-wolf, Eurasian Lynx, and European Otter. Two of the most protected species in the park are the Tatra chamois (marmot) and the Tatra chamois (chamois).
Tatra National Park Trails There are more than 170 miles worth of hiking trails that visitors can use to explore the National Park and the alpine wilderness. Hikes range from an hour-long walk to a multi-day excursion. The trails are of varying difficulty, but some are paved and accessible to everyone. Most trails are rated as moderate to hard due to the terrain. Kuznice, Murowaniec, Ksiezowka Trail. This trail is moderately rated and covers a distance 9.3 miles. It is a loop that offers scenic views of and along with a lake. The trail has an elevation gain of 3,681 ft, but it is on a lesser incline.
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