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... and at decent incline, however the second ride definitely had a more severe incline and the views were spectacular.
Once we reached the top, got organized and admired the view, there was no more procrastinating on the obvious; what goes up most come down. It was time to start hiking down the mountain side. Thankfully it was a gradually decline across the entire mountain face and fairly lengthy switchbacks that kept the steepness in ...
... of snow”.
Armed with our sporty leggings and lack of climbing gear suitable for snow conditions we had to quickly change plans and redesign our route out of Poland. Day walks were mostly on the agenda and even they proved to be frustrating yet oddly rewarding (namely when we were rewarded with hot soup and tea as a vital morale booster whilst it rained on us. Literally. Non. Stop.)
First stop, the Giewont Mountain climb. With an elevation of 1895m, ...
... designated fit for work died within six months from the the hard work, disease and starvation. The Nazis kept all their possessions for redistribution to Germans and after the Germans were defeated there were huge warehouses of these possessions found at Auschwitz. There was even 2 tons of human hair which is on display in one of the buildings.
We traveled the short distance to Auschwitz II - ...
... on a path made of big rocks. The view was amazing and the water was so clear and fresh. We even filled up our waterbottle on the hike up using run off from the mountains. Then we got the horse and carriage on the way back down the mountain. Then we got the bus to Zakopane and then to Kraków ...
... get away from it all, seeking peace and solitude it's not that hard this of year to get off the beaten path and get a little silence. I have the hostel all to myself, the owner lives in the house next door. I arrive and he is not around so I take to exploring the town. Upon my arrival back the house is still empty and I am starting to get that creepy “Cabin in the Woods” ...