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Czujniki GIOŚ NO2 CO O3 SO2
ul. Sienkiewicza   3.42   0   84.97   0
- - - - PM2.5 PM10 - - - - - - - -
ul. Sienkiewicza   -   18.9
Czujniki o mniejszej dokładności:
Kamieniec   12.27   15.28
Józefa Piłsudskiego   11.64   14.44
Tytusa Chałubińskiego   16.34   21.42
Zofii i Witolda Paryskich   16.04   20.68
Kuźnice   15.81   20.14
Szkoła Podstawowa w Kościelisku   0.51   0.67
Wszystkie odczyty podawane są w µg/m3
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Sob. 13.07 20:00
22° / 18° słabe opady deszczu
Nd. 14:00
Pon. 14:00
Wt. 14:00
Śr. 14:00
Czw. 14:00
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Czerwone wierchy


Czerwone Wierchy

Distance Distance: 15,2 km
Finish time Finish time: 8 godz. 30 min
Elevation difference Elevation difference: 1419 m↗ 1299 m↘
Highest point: Krzesanica - 2122 m n.p.m.

Czerwone Wierchy (literally: Red Peaks) is the name of four summits of West Tatra: Kopa Kondracka, Małołączniak, Krzesanica and Ciemniak. Krzesanica, the highest, goes up to 2122 MASL. On the side of the ridge from Kopa Kondracka lays Giewont. Being close to Zakopane, it's often chosen as tour destination.

Through Czerwone Wierchy goes quite easy route, but because of elevation and trail's lenght, it would be recommended for tourists with good physical condition. Additionally, during bad weather, this trail can cause some spacial orientation difficulties. You can choose between two paths through Czerwone Wierchy: from Kościeliska Valley to Kondratowa Clearing shelter or vice versa. The first option is described here. It's more convenient to leave the car in town center, and then go to Kir by public transport, than to search for connections to car left at Kościeliska Valley parking on late afternoon.

And so, we begin our journey in Kiry. Let's head to the route leading through Kościeliska Valley's floor (green signatures). We pass the TPN ticket booth to find ourselves in wide Lower Kira Miętusia clearing. At its end, just before the river bridge, we turn left behind red signatures. After around one hundred meters the trail turns sharply turns right. At this level the approach begins. At first we go through dense forest, we pass Upłaz Clearing and approach a small rock known as Piec. Further, already above forest, we go on Chuda Przełęczka. From there we can go down green trail through Tomanowa Valley into Kościeliska Valley shelter. Next we go uphill towards Ciemniak, which should be reached 3 hours after departing from Lower Kira Miętusia bridge. If the approach took us longer amount of time or we're not sure about weather, then we can consider returning the same way.

After reaching Ciemniak we go a little bit lower towards the pass, to begin Krzesanica approach. From there we walk the vast, grassy ridge facing Małołączniak. On its peak the blue trail branches, which leads through Kobylarzowy Żleb (chains) back to Kościeliska Valley. Red signs, however, lead us further towards Kopa Kondracka, which we arrive on after conquering significant lowering of Mołołącka Pass. Kopa Kondracka offers few possibilities of descent. It seems that most convinient is to go a bit futher after red signatures for a Pass under Kopa Kondracka. Next we should turn left and guide ourselves to Kondratowa Clearing shelter by green signs. Finally, there is the blue sign trail leading through Kalatówki to Kuźnice.