30 Sights in Kościelisko, Poland (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Kościelisko, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 30 sights are available in Kościelisko, Poland.

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1. Jaskinia Wodna pod Pisaną

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Jaskinia Wodna pod Pisaną Izabella Luty / Attribution

The Water Cave under Written Language, also known as the Written Language Cave, is a cave in the church valley in Sitatra. There are three caverns in the cavern, with a total length of 450m and an altitude of 1023 ~ 1028m. The most famous cave exit is located 4.3 km from Kiel, above a writing space and below limestone writing rock. In this place, water flows out of caves and seeps through underground troughs and cracks in church creeks and Krakow canyons. Through this hole into the cave, he struggled in the cold water. The strong current makes it difficult to move. However, a large part of the cave is water-deficient, so it is usually through two other easily accessible caves to enter the cave. One is located more than ten meters south of the outlet, almost on the way to the church valley. The '90s. In the 20th century, it was damaged during a road renovation. The next one is tens of meters south along the road, just by the church stream. Until the mid-1990s. In the 1920s, when a slope was hit, partially backfilling a hole, it was the largest and most visited cave entrance.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Wodna pod Pisaną (PL)

2. Ratusz

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Ratusz Opioła Jerzy (Poland) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

City Hall-turnia in the Church Valley of West Tatra. As the Saturn Championship approaches, Saturn can be clearly seen from the written space. This name was named by former tourists. City Hall is built of carbonate rocks, smaller than Saturn and 1296 meters above sea level. It is located on the right slope of Krakow Canyon. It is separated by a switch behind the town hall. It's the only switch you can get through effortlessly-all other aspects have vertical walls. There are several climbing roads in them. A particularly impressive look is his sloping southwest pillar in the square below City Hall, which is about 170 meters high. It's partially moving. The lower part of the pillar and the 40-metre high shelf were first crossed by George Swan and Richard Marczyk in April 1970. It was first passed by Jerzy Farat and Richard Malczyk on April 12, 1981. This road, which they call "from here to eternity", contains a lot of VI + difficulty accumulation.

Wikipedia: Ratusz (Tatry) (PL)

3. Upłazkowa Turnia

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Upłazkowa Turnia Opioła Jerzy / CC BY 2.5

Turnia is a Turnia located on the eastern slope of the West Tartrakos Valley. It sits on the west-southwest ridge above the inn, passing through the Stripe Tournament, Saturn and City Hall, and the ridge sinks to the bottom of the Church Valley, forming a fairly long right boundary of the Krakow Canyon and separating it from the Writing Gully. From the edge above the inn, from the edge of Saturn. Striped Turnia is composed of carbonate rocks. Seen from above, it is an inconspicuous, little rock mass rising from a grassy ridge, however, in Krakow Canyon it is partly a wall, partly a very steep slope. There are many caves here, including. Lower concrete hole, west hole, Wanta hole, triangular bunker, diagonal bunker, wet crack, crack, diagonal bunker. The relative height of the vertex above the bottom of Krakow Canyon reaches 350m. On the contrary, from the side of the writing gully, all her switches can leave effortlessly.

Wikipedia: Upłazkowa Turnia (PL)

4. Jaskinia Czarna

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Jaskinia Czarna Opioła Jerzy / CC BY 2.5

Jaskinia Czarna is a cave in the Western Tatras in the Organ massif in the Kościeliska Valley. It is one of the largest and most extensive caves in the Tatras. It ranks sixth in terms of length and ninth in terms of denivelation in Poland. It has four entrance openings: two at the foot of Czarna Turnia over Polana Pisana at an altitude of 1326 and 1294 meters above sea level, a third in the slope of the Żleb pod Wysranki, above Hala pod Upłazem, at an altitude of 1404 meters above sea level, and the fourth located a few meters above the main opening at an altitude of 1330 meters above sea level. Some parts of the cave are poorly researched and documented. In June 2016, the length of the discovered corridors was 7247 meters, and the denivelation was 303.5 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Czarna (PL)

5. Gubalec

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Gubalec Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Gubalec – the end of a long ridge departing in the western direction from Ciemniak in the Polish Western Tatras. This ridge separates the Tomanowa Valley from the Kraków Gorge. The peak of Gubalca rises to a height of about 1550 m above sea level. It is adjacent to Żar, from which it is separated by the Żarskie Siodło pass. It is completely forested, but in the top parts the forest is often broken by winds. The area of these windbreaks is forested with more resistant larch. In the southern slopes of Gubalec from under these windbreaks a forested couloir falls into the Tomanowa Valley.

Wikipedia: Gubalec (PL)

6. Sowa

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Sowa Opioła Jerzy / CC BY 2.5

Sowa – turnia in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. It is located on the west side of this valley, almost opposite the descent path from the Frosty Cave, below the Stołów massif. Its steep white walls rise above the forest next to Kościeliski Potok to an altitude of about 1050 m above sea level. It is also perfectly visible from Polana Pisana, located 600 m to the south. It is built of limestone and has a characteristic shape, which was associated with the creators of the name with the owl. Above the Owl, at a distance of 200 m from it, rises a much higher Pulpit.

Wikipedia: Sowa (Tatry) (PL)

7. Jaskinia Raptawicka

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Raptawicka Cave is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Tatra Mountains. Together with the Mylna Cave and the Obłazkowa Cave, it forms the Pawlikowski Cave system. The path leading to it is 4.4 km from Kir, 100 m above the Pisana Rock, in Raptawicka Turnia, on the western side of the valley. The opening of the cave, located about 180 m above the bed of the Kościeliski Stream, is visible from the road leading through the bottom of the valley. The cave can be visited independently, without a guide. Inside there is a low temperature.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Raptawicka (PL)

8. Jaskinia Obłazkowa

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Madhouse Cave-A cave in the church valley of Sitatra. It is part of the Pawlikowski cave system along with the Mymna and Raptawicka caves. It is located at the foot of the limestone turni mountain on the west side of the valley, known as Raptawicki Turni, at an altitude of 1,096 meters and 130 meters above sea level. The path to it is 4.4 kilometers from Kiel and 100 meters above the written rock. It is for tourists and can be visited alone without a guided tour all year round. The temperature inside the cave is very low.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Obłazkowa (PL)

9. Jaskinia Naciekowa

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Jaskinia Naciekowa Paweł Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Dripstone Cave is a cave in the eastern slopes of the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. It is located in the dolomite-limestone massif of the Organs, about 60 m above the Cold Cave, near Zbójnicka Nyża, the Cave under Ostrewka and the Bloody Nose Cave, next to the Shelter at Naciekowa and the Corridor to Naciekowa. It is a horizontally developed cave, with three entrance openings located at altitudes of 1188 m, 1199 m, 1180 m above sea level. Its length is 1210 meters, and the denivelation is 97 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Naciekowa (PL)

10. Jaskinia Zimna

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Cold Cave is a cave in the West Tartrat Mountains, located on the eastern slope of the Koshley Valley, near a cold cave for tourism. It has two entrance holes, located on the rock of the organ: the bottom (main hole), at an altitude of 1,120 meters. The highest altitude is 1260 meters. The length of the cave is 5420 meters and the ground is 176 meters. It currently accounts for 12. Depth and 8 places. A place measured by length in Tatra, Poland. There is an infiltration cave about 60 meters below her.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Zimna (PL)

11. Saturn

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Saturn Opioła Jerzy (Poland) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Saturn is a turnia in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. It is located in the north-western ridge of Upłazkowa Turnia, which separates Pisaniarski Żleb from the Kraków Gorge. On the south-eastern side of Saturn there is the Pass behind Saturn, the north-western slopes of Saturn fall into the main course of the Kościeliska Valley, and in the south-western direction there is the Town Hall turn separated from Saturn by the Pass behind the Town Hall.

Wikipedia: Saturn (Tatry) (PL)

12. Jaskinia Wodna pod Raptawicką

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Jaskinia Wodna pod Raptawicką Izabella Luty / Attribution

Raptawicka Water Cave is a cave in the West Tatra Koshli Valley at the foot of the Raptawicka Turni Limestone Mountains. It is 4.4 kilometers away from Kiel and is located on the west side of the valley, about. 100 meters north of Written Rock. It has five entrance holes, right next to the church creek, just below the path leading to Pavlikovsky's cave, at an elevation of 1,027 meters and 1,032 meters. The hole is 170 meters long and has a drop of 5 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Wodna pod Raptawicką (PL)

13. Arkada

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Arkada Michał Kardaś / Attribution

Arkada – a cave, or actually a shelter, in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. It has two entrance openings located in the eastern slope of the Kraków Gorge, in the slope falling from under Upłazkowa Turnia, in the same couloir as the Hole under the Arcade, the Cave above the Arcade and the Shelter at the Arcade, at altitudes of 1194 and 1201 meters above sea level. The length of the cave is 8 meters, and its denivelation is 7 meters.

Wikipedia: Arkada (jaskinia) (PL)

14. Jaskinia nad Arkadą

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Jaskinia nad Arkadą Regina Kardaś / Attribution

Jaskinia nad Arkadą is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located in the eastern slope of the Kraków Gorge, in the slope falling from under Upłazkowa Turnia, in the same couloir as the Arkada cave, the hole under the arcade and the Shelter at Arkadzie, at an altitude of 1206 meters above sea level. The length of the cave is 21 meters, and its denivelation is 8 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia nad Arkadą (PL)

15. Jaskinia Przeziorowa

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Jaskinia Przeziorowa Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Przeziorowa Cave is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The main entrance to it is located in the slope of Gubalca at an altitude of 1229 meters above sea level. It is located exactly in front of Raptawicka Turnia, on the opposite side of the couloir from the Cave behind Smrek, above the shelter under Przeziorowa. The length of the cave is 420 meters, the denivelation is 17.7 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Przeziorowa (PL)

16. Schron przy Arkadzie

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Schron przy Arkadzie Izabella Luty, Eugenia Kuźniak / Attribution

Shelter at Arkada – a cave, or actually a shelter, in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located in the eastern slope of the Kraków Gorge, in the slope falling from under Upłazkowa Turnia, near the Arkada cave, the hole under the arcade and the Cave above the Arcade, at an altitude of 1200 meters above sea level. The cave is horizontal and its length is 6 meters.

Wikipedia: Schron przy Arkadzie (PL)

17. Mała Gawra

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Mała Gawra Krzysztof Recielski / Attribution

Mała Gawra – a cave, or actually a shelter, in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located in the Kraków Gorge, in the slope of Upłazkowa Turnia descending to the Upłazkowy Kotło, near the Gawra cave and the Lamb Cave, at an altitude of 1300 meters above sea level. The length of the cave is 6 meters, and its denivelation is 2 meters.

Wikipedia: Mała Gawra (PL)

18. Dziura pod Arkadą

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Dziura pod Arkadą Michał Kardaś / Attribution

A hole beneath the arcade-a cave, actually a shelter, in the church valley of Sitatra. Its entrance is located on the eastern slope of Krakow Canyon, on a slope, on a slope, it is the same gully as the arcade, the cave on the arcade and the bunker on the arcade, at an altitude of 1,187 meters. The hole is 5.5 meters long and has a drop of 1 meter.

Wikipedia: Dziura pod Arkadą (PL)

19. Ukryty Schron

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Ukryty Schron Michał Kardaś / Attribution

Hidden Shelter – a cave, or actually a shelter, in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located in the eastern slope of the Kraków Gorge, in the slope falling from under Upłazkowa Turnia, at an altitude of 1174 meters above sea level. The length of the cave is 5 meters, and its denivelation is 1 meter.

Wikipedia: Ukryty Schron (PL)

20. Zimna Szczelina Druga

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Zimna Szczelina Druga Izabella Luty / Attribution

Zimna Szczelina II is a cave, or actually a shelter, in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located above the rocks of the Owl, near the caves: Zimna Szczelina I and Zimna Szczelina III, at an altitude of 1130 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 15.5 meters, and its denivelation is 7 meters.

Wikipedia: Zimna Szczelina II (PL)

21. Jaskinia przy Perci

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Jaskinia przy Perci Izabella Luty / Attribution

Cave at Perć is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located in the Kraków Gorge, in the slope falling from Upłazkowa Turnia, near the Skoruszowa Cave, below the Percia Cave, at an altitude of 1225 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 17 meters, and its denivelation is 3 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia przy Perci (PL)

22. Zimna Szczelina Trzecia

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Zimna Szczelina Trzecia Izabella Luty / Attribution

Zimna Szczelina III – a cave, or actually a shelter, in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located above the rocks of the Owl, near the cave Cold Rift I and Cold Rift II, at an altitude of 1117 meters above sea level. The length of the cave is 8 meters, and its denivelation is 4 meters.

Wikipedia: Zimna Szczelina III (PL)

23. Spękana Szczelina

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Spękana Szczelina Izabella Luty / Attribution

Spękana Szczelina is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located in the Kraków Gorge, in the slope falling from Upłazkowa Turnia, near the Perć Cave, at an altitude of 1230 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 11.5 meters, and its denivelation is 5 meters.

Wikipedia: Spękana Szczelina (PL)

24. Zimna Szczelina Pierwsza

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Zimna Szczelina Pierwsza Izabella Luty / Attribution

Zimna Szczelina I is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located above the rocks of the Owl, near the caves Zimna Szczelina II and Zimna Szczelina III, at an altitude of 1132 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 25 meters, and its denivelation is 7.50 meters.

Wikipedia: Zimna Szczelina I (PL)

25. Jaskinia Skoruszowa

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Jaskinia Skoruszowa Michał Kardaś / Attribution

Shell Cave (Chimney Cave) is a cave in the Koshli Valley of West Tatra. It has two entrance holes, located on the eastern slope of Krakow Canyon, on the downhill slope of Turni, below Lamb Cave, at an altitude of 1,236 meters and 1,238 meters. The cave is 23 meters long and 8 meters deep.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Skoruszowa (PL)

26. Sowia Jama Pierwsza

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Sowia Jama Pierwsza Izabella Luty / Attribution

Sowia Jama I is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. It has two entrance openings located under the peak of the Owl, near Przełączka pod Sowa, at an altitude of 1049 and 1050 m above sea level. The length of the cave is 18 meters, and its denivelation is 9 meters.

Wikipedia: Sowia Jama I (PL)

27. Dudzia Dziura

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Dudzia Dziura Rafał M. Kardaś / Attribution

Dudzia Dziura is a cave in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located in the Kraków Gorge, on the slope of Żar below Wielka Turnia, at an altitude of 1201 meters above sea level. The length of the cave is 23 meters, and its denivelation is 6 meters.

Wikipedia: Dudzia Dziura (PL)

28. Jaskinia Psia

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Jaskinia Psia Jerzy Opioła / CC BY-SA 4.0

Dog Cave is the largest cave on the ancient Balka slope of Krakow Canyon in the West Tatra Koshili Valley. Its entrance is located at an altitude of 1,410 meters, 180 meters above the bottom of the canyon. The length of the corridor is 1076 meters, with a drop of 62 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia Psia (Tatry) (PL)

29. Sowia Jama Trzecia

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Sowia Jama Trzecia Izabella Luty / Attribution

Sowia Jama III – a cave, or actually a shelter, in the Kościeliska Valley in the Western Tatras. The entrance to it is located above the Owl, at an altitude of 1060 meters above sea level. The cave is horizontal and its length is 5 meters.

Wikipedia: Sowia Jama III (PL)

30. Jaskinia nad Percią

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Jaskinia nad Percią Jakub Nowak / Attribution

Percia Cave-A cave in the church valley of West Tatras. Its entrance is located in Krakow Canyon, in a rock on Turni Slope above Perci Cave, at an altitude of 1,240 meters. The hole is 15 meters long and has a drop of 5.5 meters.

Wikipedia: Jaskinia nad Percią (PL)

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