There are 275 km of marked tourist trails located in the Tatra National Park (the park was established in 1954 and covers an area of 21,197 hectares), with various degrees of difficulty from very easy to extremely difficult ones, fitted with safety equipment, such as chains, iron steps or rope ladders. The various colors (yellow, red, blue, green and black), the trails are marked with, don't indicate the degree of difficulty, but they help to identify the individual route in the open area.
A ticket to the Tatra National Park costs 5 PLN (2,50 PLN for kids).
Hello, Few months ago you gave me information regarding hiking in Tatras. It was really handy info and I had one of the best trips ever. Tatras are astonishing. I really appreciate your help.
Best wishes,Ott Linnamagi
Climbing the highest peaks is not necessary to enjoy the views - on the picture below
you can see a panoramic view from Nosal (1.206 masl, 2 hours walk from the centre of Zakopane)
This scheme of the tourist tracks (owned by Tatra National Park) should help you to plan your hiking: