Long trail hiking route around Lakajai Lakes near Vilnius, Lithuania

A hike from Zakopane to Nosal mountain

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Nosal, (literally the nose) is a 1,206m mountain near Polish winter capital, Zakopane. It is popular for skiing, but hikers can also climb to it following a green track from Kuznice. It starts at 935m elevation and it takes approx. an hour to climb the mountain peak, which is 1.6km away from the start.

The path is steep and might be harder than it looks, especially on winter.  Even though you’ll walking on a snow, it is hard pressed from hikers steps and all the stairs are buried beneath it. It is probably a good idea to take crampons or at least trekking poles to keep your balance.

The good news is that you can slide down fast and it’s really fun. Or if you happen to hike it during a summer time, you shouldn’t have any challenges except steep climb, If you place your steps carefully it should be perfectly safe.

And it might be really worth, the view from Nosal mountain is really nice, considering that it is next to Zakopane and accessible for everyone.

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