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Winter&Summer TATRAS climbing on-line guide
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THE FIRST NON-COMMERCIAL, COMPREHENSIVE, ALL-AT-HAND TO ACT GUIDE at:

http://oqdos.qsqs.pl

On this guide Climbers will be able to:

‡ plan how to get to Tatras at low cost,
‡ find out the Tatras' ski touring and climbing potential and the best climbing valleys,
‡ plan a low budget mid-grade climbing trip to a quiet valley,
‡ choose the most aesthetic peaks and famous walls,
‡ select a list of both the hardest modern routes, best classics,
‡ assess the value of a winter climbing course in Polish Tatras,
‡ build a list of climbing golden rules,
‡ finally they will learn the basic climbing terms in Slovak and Polish and ensure their bed in a mountain hut.

There also is a section on how to travel on low budget in France, and several short stories which include massive climbing epics.

Climb high and descent safe.
OQDOS


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nice website

learn how to spell AU REVOIR before busting the French. You could write a similar guide to many a 'developped' country.


mtnbkrxtrordnair


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learn how to spell AU REVOIR before busting the French. You could write a similar guide to many a 'developped' country.

LOL, you ever heard of the pot calling the kettle black, your spelling skills are not so "developped" either.

Anyway, I have climbed in the Polish Tatras. One summer trip I went rock climbing, I also went in the winter and did some of that famous Polish frozen clump of turf climbing. Both times with a guide. I have the advantage of friends and family there for free lodging, and language. There is a huge amount of alpine climbing to be had there.

PM with questions.


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Glad to see this up. I've climbed there and had a great time, but I went with somebody who knew the area. I tried to find info on my own but had a hard time doing so. Both the Polish and Slovakian sides are wonderful, but there is more frustrating red tape on the Slovakian side. I bet this area is going to get more and more crowded over the next ten years as more foreigners discover the area.


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if you still need some info or partner for climbing in Tatras or Czech sandstone´s (see the JUMP! movie) , send me a message.I´ll help you with this.Im Czech.
Fun Tom


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