Poland happens to be a superb destination for a walking holiday. Hiking in Poland is a joy, with over 15,000 miles of marked trails weaving through the still heavily forested countryside. The temperate climate of the country and its distinct seasons make for beautiful walking conditions throughout the year, with summer temperatures averaging 20 degrees and winter temperatures 3 degrees. The country is also home to several mountain ranges as well as long stretches of forest that still maintain a wild and untouched feel.
Whilst on a Poland hiking tour you will find yourself wandering through mountain meadows and fragrant forests as well as climbing a combination of gentle slopes and high peaks. On our walking holidays in Poland, you’ll get a feel for the beautiful towns and cities such as Krakow or Niedzica and immerse yourself in the beauty of the Tatra mountains, admiring the valleys, meadows and mountains of the area around Zakopane Poland. The Tatrzanski National park also features in our Polish tour and is extremely popular with walkers. It contains the highest Tatra peak Mt. Rysy at 2499 metres above sea level. The park is made up of mountain lakes, ridges, Spruce & Pine forests and interesting wildlife such as marmots and bears.
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