Tatra Mountaineering with a licensed mountain guide

£ 302
per group

  • Private full day mountaineering/climbing tour
  • English speaking licensed mountain guide
  • Door-to-door transport
  • Tatra peaks rock climbing using safety ropes
  • All necessary gear provided
  • Entrance fee to the Tatra National Park

Explore the stunning Tatra National Park with us. The rocky Tatra mountains, with 25 peaks over 2,500m, entered  UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves due to their unique landscape, the only form of alpine mountains in the entire region. The whole range is just over 50km long and 20km wide and it forms a natural border between Poland and Slovakia. Fantastic walls, pine forests, valleys with glacial lakes and historical mountain huts make Tatras a fantastic goal for an outdoor adventure during your stay in Zakopane. On the Tatra mountaineering tour, our experienced, licensed mountain guide will take you for a real rock climbing using safety ropes. You will get out of the marked trails to reach some of the most scary looking peaks. But no worries, our guides know all the secret routes and passages that allow safe climbing to the top while avoiding the most difficult parts. Views from the top are unbelievable and the adrenaline level is high throughout this unforgettable tour. You can also check the full list of our top rated Zakopane tours and activities.

  • Highlights of the tour:
  • Full day private tour with an English speaking licensed mountain guide
  • Pick-up time and date available on request
  • Tatra peaks rock climbing using safety ropes, moderate to difficult level, 10-15km

If you are experienced with mountains and in good physical condition, we can recommend you consider some of the most popular Tatra adventures:

Tour with a guide to Rysy (2499 m)
– the highest peak of Poland. There is access to the peak by marked trail so you may hike there legaly without a guide. The road from the Polish side is a bit exhausting and dangerous in bad weather. For this reason, we recommend hiring a licensed guide for your trip to Rysy. They will take care of your safety and comfort, and also tell you stories about the Tatras including its history.

Tour with a guide to Gerlach (2655 m)
– the highest peak of the Tatra mountains. Gerlach in Slovakia is called Gerlachovský štít. Reaching the peak demands a lot of effort with elements of climbing, but under the eye of a qualified guide it is possible for anyone in good physical form and with average mountain experience.

Tour with a guide to Mnich (2068 m)
– a legendary peak over the Morskie Oko Lake which is perfect for all climbers from beginners to experts. The view from Mnich peak is truly unique. During the climb up Mnich, our guide will use rope techniques to guarantee your maximum safety.

We also offer Zakopane trekking tours to climb one of Tatra's impressive peaks.


1600 zł
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