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The apartment is located on a large plot of land, so nothing obstructs our view of the entire Tatra Mountains. If you don't feel like going for a mountain walk - just settle down comfortably on a blanket, sofa or chair and admire the mountain peak with a cup of steaming coffee or tea (with electricity). This is a passive option, there are many more active options and we are convinced that everyone will find something for themselves here. In spring, crocuses bloom right next to the house!
Just after leaving the house, we come across two roads - one leading to the main promenade on Gubałówka - and there, as you know, everything is there (stalls, cafes, a rope park) or the second, field leading to Butorowy Wierch (a fantastic route for a walk). Literally on the doorstep you can fasten your skis and get to the ski lift route on Szymoszkowa.
In the season, the area of Gubałówka is full of attractions: a rope park, snowmobiles, the possibility of a husky sled ride, and in summer quads - you can choose from a wide range of attractions for the whole family. Similarly, in nearby Zakopane, where from early spring you can take part in concerts, festivals, visit museums and other attractions. We recommend the Tatra Festival of Highlander Groups "Złote Kierpce", the Jazz Spring, the International Festival of Organ and Chamber Music and the International Festival of Mountaineering Folklore. Regardless of the season, there is something to do here. In warm months, it is worth going on mountain trails or on one of the picturesque bicycle routes, and in winter, take advantage of the diverse offer of ski routes. When you come to us, do not forget about decent shoes and warm clothes (even in summer). If you come in winter remember about chains and handles for shoes.
Especially noteworthy are the routes leading to Małołączniak (a beautiful view of the Western Tatras, High Tatras, and even Bielskie), Wołowiec and Kasprowy Wierch (you can use the gondola lift). For shorter legs, walks in the Valleys: Kościeliska and Chochołowska may be an ideal solution. From Hala Gąsienicowa it is worth going to Czarny Staw, and in Murowaniec, drink hot tea and admire Świnica, Kościelec and former shepherd's huts. The largest valley in the Polish High Tatras is the Valley of Five Polish Ponds, there you must take a photo at the mighty waterfall Wielka Siklawa and a pasture in a shelter.