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THE JAWORZYNKA VALLEY

15/08/2010 16:25

Trail: yellow
Walking time: 1 hour 45 minutes
As one of the routes to the Gąsienicowa Valley, the Jaworzynka Valley is often visited by school groups and elderly people who wrongly believe this trail to be gentle and easy.

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During the first 30 minutes you proceed on the flat but, just as you are becoming weary, the route becomes steeper and more tiring. In this respect, the Skupniów Upłaz Ridge is a much more sensible choice. Its first 30 minutes take their toll but the rest of the route is gentle and allows you to conserve the energy that will certainly come in handy on the Gąsienicowa Valley trails. Turn left at the car park in Kuźnice and then, having crossed a bridge over the Bystra and bought a ticket to the Tatra National Park, turn right and continue for five minutes until you reach a kilometre-long glade.

The valley has a ravine-like character. Shielded on three sides, it is quiet, green and gentle. An easy hardened path leads straight to Mount Mała Kopa Królowa, which lies at the end of the valley. After a 25-minute walk you begin to see large numbers of larch trees growing right by the path, as if they were fishing for compliments. They are seldom to be seen in such large clusters on other trails. A while later, the trail turns 90 degrees to the right and begins to climb sharply along a stone pavement called the Siodłowa Perć path making for the slope of Mount Mała Kopa Królowa, from which a view of Mount Kopa Magury and the Żleb pod Czerwienicą ravine extend below. Hikers traditionally rest here after 45 minutes of walking, bracing themselves for the next portion. The trail runs along the Siodłowa Perć path, which, after 10 minutes, returns to the north face of Mount Mała Kopa.
First comes a viewpoint from which the entire valley can be appreciated and then a sharp 45-minute uphill section along a corridor of kosodrzewina that takes you up the northern slope until you reach a junction with the blue trail in the Między Kopami Pass. Tired and sweaty hikers traditionally rest here after the hard climb. From this point you can already see the beautiful panorama of the Gąsienicowa Valley, which is no more than 30 minutes on foot from here. Phew! If I were forced to express my opinion I would say it is a route worth walking… once. And if you ask me about returning the same way, I also have a short reply: it’s a never-ending story!




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