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扎科帕内的公园和自然景色

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“A cable railway from Kuźnice to the top of Kasprowy Wierch, the whole runs through the area of the Tatra National Park. The railway operator is Polskie Koleje Liniowe S.A. The route to Kasprowy Wierch, though it is 4291,59 meters long, it takes only a dozen minutes or so, thanks to the only high-altitude ropeway in Poland. The wagons carry only 60 people at a time, and the trip by the wagon suspended over the Tatra valleys stays in your memory forever, and it’s full of exciting experiences and amazing views. The journey ends at 1959 meters above sea level in the upper station of the railway, just 26 m below the top of Kasprowy Wierch. The upper cableway station and the Meteorological Observatory are the highest-located buildings in Poland. Kasprowy Wierch is one of the most recognizable mountains in the Tatras. This peak, located on the border of the High and West Tatras, offers unforgettable landscapes that can be admired endlessly. From the height of almost 2,000 m above sea level, there is a magnificent panorama of the gentler hills of Czerwone Wierchy and of the much sharper peaks of the High Tatras (including Świnica and Orla Perć). You can also see Giewont, with a cross and legendary knights sleeping somewhere in the rocks; the favorite destination for many tourist trips. From Kasprowy, you can also admire the Slovak part of the mountains, and even descend into the Ticha Valley (Cicha Liptowska). There are many tourist routes crossed here that lead to the valleys or the surrounding peaks. Tourists can eat something good in the restaurant and admire the local meteorological observatory. At the foot of Kasprowy, there are two cirques: Gąsienicowy and Goryczkowy, descending with gentle meadows towards the Murowaniec hostel and huts at the Hala Kondratowa. You can relax there, drink warm tea and bask in the sun, watching the cloudy music and small figures moving around them.”
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“Dolina Białego – dolina reglowa w Tatrach Zachodnich, położona pomiędzy grzbietami Krokwi i Sarniej Skały”
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“Tatra National Park (Polish: Tatrzański Park Narodowy; abbr. TPN) is a National Park located in the Tatra Mountains in Tatra County, in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship—Małopolska region, in central-southern Poland.[3] The Park has its headquarters in the town of Zakopane. The Tatra Mountains form a natural border between Poland to the north and Slovakia to the south, and the two countries have cooperated since the early 20th century on efforts to protect the area. Slovakia created an adjoining national park, and UNESCO later designated the combined effort a transboundary biosphere reserve. The most Alpine of all Polish National Parks. It is among the world’s 30 recommended national parks according to CNN.”
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“Are you thinking of a relaxing afternoon? A cold beer in one hand and a beautiful mountain panorama before you. Votes against - easy summits, crowds of tourists and screaming kids. Votes for - the most beautiful panorama in the Polish and Slovak Tatra mountains, an unforgettable view of Giewont and the Zakopane valley, traditional inns, restaurants, 'highland electric tea' and mulled wine... Are you ready? Walk down Krupówki Street to the cable train station to Gubałówka hill (1120 m). The train leaves every 5 to 30 min. depending on demand. Opening hours: I-II 09.00-20.00/21.45. Tickets return -17 zł, reduced - 14 zł, one way - 12 zł, reduced 10 zł. Besides those inns and restaurants which have been mentioned already, (the further you go from the upper station the more interesting the offer and the more original the highland welcome) some time must be spent just enjoying the Tatra mountains panorama. Just in front of you is a mountain called Giewont (1895 m) in the shape of a man lying. This is the mountain associated with Zakopane. To your right there are the peaks of Czerwone Wierchy and to your left Kasprowy Wierch (1987 m). A precise map of the mountain peaks, and viewing binoculars, can be found on the summit of Gubałówka. After dinner or a pleasant afternoon stroll you can return by cable train or walk down through the woods which should take no more than 1 h. An interesting alternative way down is to follow the trail crossing Gubałówka peak (go left along the road). After half-hour of easy walking you will reach Butorowy Wierch (1160 m) with its chair lift which will take you down over the trees in splendid silence. The views over the mountains are impressive. Opening hours: I-II 09.00-16.00. One way ticket - 9 zł, return - 6 zł. When you touch down go to Droga Powstańców Śląskich Street and turn left. 30 min. walk will take you to the city centre.”
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