That day was the perfect example how quickly the weather can change in the mountains. It kept changing all day – from sunny and calm to a very windy and completely cloudy. Sometimes the visibility dropped below 20-30 meters… Anyway it was a good day in the Karkonosze mountains!
The weather forecast was very promising – clear sky, no wind, sunny for the whole day. I couldn’t resist spending that day in the mountains or… even better – standing at the highest summit of Karkonosze Mountains watching the sun rising. So I did it
Karpacz – Dom Śląski – Śnieżka – Dom Śląski – Strzecha Akademicka – Samotnia – Karpacz
First two months of 2016 brought quite a few changes… from extreme sadness to happiness.
Sad / Happy / New place / Street / Karkonosze / Dobry Materiał / Spring is coming
I decided to start a new series on my blog – photography review of each month.
Mountains / Forests / Nature / Winter / Christmas / Berlin
Mumlavský vodopád is located on the outskirts of Harrahov in Czech Republic, just A few kilometres away from the Polish boarder. It’s a part of Karkonosze National Park. I walked up the Mumlava river for a while and felt as if I was in a different world. This was my first visit there. How come I have never seen this place before?! Unfortunately the mother nature wasn’t in the mood and after 30 minutes there I got pretty wet.
I’ll definitely return to Mumlava waterfall!
I started my walk before sunrise from the Okraj mountain pass (1046 m), heading to Śnieżka peak (1602 m). For the first time ever I was there just by myself. From there I went down to Dom Śląski mountain shelter (1400 m) for a hot tea and a soup called żurek. After an hour I was on my way back to the top of Śnieżka, heading to Okraj where I finished my day in the mountains.
It was a gooood day