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In Łapszanka, the holiday season lasts all year round, because there is no bad time in the Spišské foothills. Bring fleece jackets, comfortable shoes, water bottles, backpacks and cameras. The equipment will be useful for long hikes and closer walks. In summer, pack your swimwear and water shoes. Mountain water will add health and coolness on hot days. Be sure to go to a beautiful place at the junction of Jaworowy Potok and the Białka River, there will be time for swimming and sunbathing.
You can enrich your breakfast with the gifts of the forest and meadows - blueberries, wild strawberries, mushrooms and edible weeds and herbs.
A photographic postcard can be made here in many places. A blanket, good company, highlander macaroni cheese, camera plus the Tatra Mountains at your fingertips. You can, and even should, ride your bikes to many of these viewpoints. We present our top viewpoints in Spisz:
- the nearest pass over Łapszanka,
- Kuśnierzów Wierch,
- Dursztyńskie Rocks,
- Polana pod Groniem,
- Empty Wierch, Piłatówka and Pawlikowski Wierch, which are connected by a ridge (blue trail).
Rafting on the Dunajec River with Raftsmen is an unforgettable experience. Remember that the rafting season lasts from April 1 to October 31. The water route begins at the rafting marina in Sromowce Kąty or at the marina in Sromowce Niżne.
Spectacular treetop walk on the Slovak side. It's time to overcome the fear of heights by climbing to the skies of Bachledova Valley. This is a must-see in our area.
Over Chattą Łapszanka rises Kuraszowski Wierch - the highest peak of the Polish part of the Spiš Foothills. After a hearty breakfast, go for a hike uphill and see the area from the Kurosówka perspective.
In the neighborhood, discover the most popular gorge of the Slovak Paradise - Sucha Bela. It is an impressive rock gorge with a stream flowing in the middle. It is worth going there early in the morning to enjoy the views and not to stand in long lines to the stairs-ladders.
We have plenty of routes for bike fans. Up, down, over rocks, over grass, and on the road. The main bicycle route in the region is Spiska Pętla. It is a trail that requires proper conditioning. It looks like a closed loop that wraps around the Łapsze Niżne Commune. Its parts also run through Slovakia, which makes it an international route. For less initiated athletes, an alternative is mini-loop trails, easier and with a much shorter course.
In winter, of course, snow counts in meters. Go white madness on the nearby slopes in:
- Czarna Góra,
- Pine Glade,
- Białka Tatrzańska,
- Bukowina Tatrzańska.
In Slovakia, to ski to:
- Bachledova Valley,
- Tatranska Lomnica
And after skiing, relaxation in thermal baths will be perfect for relaxing. Optional:
- Bukovina in Bukowina Tatrzańska,
- Banya in Białka Tatrzańska
- Hot Potok in Szaflary,
- Aquacity in Poprad
The thermal baths invite you all year round.