High Tatra Mountains, Poland

Tatra

Adventure Holidays to Tatra

The Tatra Mountains forms a natural border between Slovakia and Poland.

They occupy an area of 750km², the major part (600km²) of which lies in Slovakia. The highest Tatra peak, at 2655m, is Gerlachovský štít, located in Slovakia, meanwhile Rysy, at 2499m, is the highest Polish peak. Although considerably smaller than the Alps, they are classified as having an alpine landscape and there's a large variety of flora and fauna here. Their high mountain character, combined with great accessibility, makes them popular with walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. 

 

Our travellers rate our Tatra holidays as

4.1 / 5 based on 28 reviews

Tatra Adventure Holidays

This trip was a challenging mountain walk with good mountain hut accomodation. Teresa was a great...

Anne Lane, 2018 Trek the Polish High Tatras

Our guides Teresa and Helena were excellent and did a great job of leading the group, encouraging...

Derek Prater, 2018 Trek the Polish High Tatras

Had a wonderful week of walking and sightseeing here in Poland. A great leader in Teresa, a good...

Johnny Corn, 2017 Trek the Polish High Tatras