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Zdjęcie promujące Zakopane

Białego Valley-Sarnia Skała-Strążyska Valley

białego valley - sarnia skała - strążyska valley 


Białego valley - Sarnia Skała - Strążyska valley

Distance Distance: 6,8 km
Finish time Finish time: 3 godz.
Elevation difference Elevation difference: 484 m↗ 499 m↘
Highest point: 1376 m n.p.m. Sarnia Skała

Białego Valley is considered as one of the mose colorful mountain valleys. Similarly to Strążyska Valley – easily accesible from Zakopane center – is also a popular trip destination in winter.

We begin our journey in the place where yellow trail connects with Path under Regle. There is a booth at the entrance, where we should buy Tatra National Park entry tickets. Białego Valley astonishes with various dolomite and lime stone forms. Our trail leads through Biały Stream, on which cascades and plunge pools are created. After over a dozen minutes of march, on the left side we cross the former adit's opening. It is here where Soviets conducted uranus deposits search after the World War II. Stone path gradually ascends and after a while connects with Ścieżka nad Reglami (black signatures). From that moment, till we reach Strążyska Valley bottom, we will travel along black trail. Spruces will be our companions, as we enter the place of natural forest renewal. Rowans and willows are more common there, taking dominance over spruces. After around 15 minutes from trail crossing, we arrive at Czerwona Pass (there are wooden benches where you can take a rest). Its name (Red Pass) is linked with brown ground color, signifying presence of iron compounds, in this case included in eroding Triassic slates. Black signs guide us from the pass into two ways – either straigh into Strążyska Valley or in Sarnia Skałka's direction (around 10 minutes).

Those who will pick the second choice will surely not regret. Admittedly we will have to give it a little more effort, but we will certainly be rewarded by views. From Czerwona Pass we direct ourselves north. After a while, our stone path enters the forest. We must be careful here, as it is steep and a little bit narrow here. Only few minutes of pine-enveloped walk and we arrive under the dome of Sarnia Skała. More harships await: the trail leads through rocks without any supporting facilities. It's wise to wait until tourists descending from the top leave this fragment and only after this to begin "climbing". Passing each other on slippery rocks is basically impossible. At last, Sarnia Skała offers magnificent sights: on neighbouring Giewont with impressive 600 meters northern wall, Czerwone Wierchy fragment and other, far more distant summits of West Tatra, like Kominiarski Wierch. On the other side, we can see Gąsienicowa Hall's surroundings, Gorce, Beskidy and also a valley in which Zakopane has its nest.

After returning the same way on Czerwona Przełęcz, we need around 35 minutes to get to Strążyska Valley. The trail is not technically difficult, while during and after the rain it might get very slippery. We must be careful here and try to avoid exposed tree branches. Strążyska Clearing descent into the valley outlet should take us around 35 minutes.