Duration: 8 Days
Group Size: 10+
Dates: Fri. 21st – Fri. 28th Sept. 2018
Cost: £650 + air fare of approx £150 with Jet2.com from Birmingham (Single Supplement £75)
The High Tatras, part of the Carpathian Range, form a natural border between Poland to the north and Slovakia to the south, and contain a number of peaks above 2400m. It is a pristine environment with clear blue lakes surrounded by jagged peaks. Here is a chance to explore these mountains with a local guide and get the most of of a week-long adventure. Accommodation will be in a guest house in a small village in the heart of the mountains. September and October are the best months to walk in these mountains as the air is clearer now that the summer heat has passed, the skies are blue and there is less rain. Also, there are fewer people to spoil our views.
Our flight will take us to Krakow in Poland where we will be met and transferred over the the mountainous border into Slovakia. Each day we will be taken on a guided walk, sometimes to reach a ridge or peak with far reaching views across the range, others to explore gorges, waterfalls and rivers. Each evening we will return to our guest house where we can relax in comfort, enjoy a drink and a home-cooked meal and reflect on the adventures of the day.
A brief outline of a suggested itinerary is set out below along with a registration form. If you are interested in this trip, please do get in touch.