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  • Boris
    Leiden, The Netherlands7 contributions
    We went on Sunday as there are also traditional crafts, presented. Recommended, very enriching experience:)
    Written 12 July 2022
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  • Bleaklow
    Sheffield, UK63 contributions
    An excellent ski resort with two long red/blue runs, a worthy black run and a decent learner slope. Lifts good quality with the main one being six seater with heated seats. Has adequate options for food on the slopes too.
    Written 22 February 2022
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  • Lucas
    Pezinok, Slovakia289 contributions
    Great experience for anyone. The cave has no lights installed so you need to wear a helmet with a light. You can see the inhabitants like bats and piders. It has a beautiful water stream / creek flowing through the bed of the cave. Go for it! Children must be at least 6 years old (they check their health insurance ID for age)
    Written 21 February 2020
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  • Matej
    4 contributions
    It's a nice path from parking passing the ski lift on the path for ski-running trail (you are passing little river several times). Otherwise you will walk on the road quite full of cars. Worth a see!

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    Written 24 September 2020
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  • Robert O
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands3,219 contributions
    This tiny, but efficient tourist office is in the center of the village of Zuberec. English speaking staff, maps (some free of charge), timings of public transport, information on accommodation in the surroundings are available in the well-organized office.

    Zuberec is a pleasant relief after all the hustle and bustle in nearby Zakopane. Peace and quiet after just a short busride across the border.
    Written 16 April 2021
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  • Robert O
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands3,219 contributions
    Grześ (Polish for little George) is called Lučna (meadowy) in Slovakia probably because meadows reach far up it southwestern slopes. With 1653m it is not a high peak, but the views from its summit are excellent and it is uniquely located on the border between two countries. Good trails lead up to the top from both sides of the border.

    If you want to do a traverse of Grześ and are staying in Zakopane it is probably best to take a morning bus to Zuberec in Slovakia. From there it took me 3½  hours to get to the summit. Less if you take the bus all the way up into the valley beyond the village of Zverovka (I did not know it went that far). From the summit down into the Chocholowska valley to the bus stop at the park entrance on the main road to Zakopane took me another 2 hours and 20 minutes. Overall distance is 25 km (elevation difference 1000m).

    If you want to do this tour the other way around, keep in mind that the last bus from Zuberec or Zverovka back to Zakopane leaves early or mid afternoon. From the park entrance at the Chocholowska valley buses depart until early evening. Check the tourist office or Zakopane bus station for exact timings.
    Written 6 March 2021
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