Rock climbing

Rock climbing in the Table Mountains National Park is allowed in areas indicated in the Regulation No. 4/2005 of the Director of the National Park on the Access and Use of Natural Resources in the Table Mountains National Park.

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1. Szczeliniec Wielki (Great Szczeliniec) – south-east walls (from the entrance stairs to the south observation terrace) – Section 41 h – Protection District Pasterka

2. Narożnik (Corner) – Section 112 a – Protection District Karłów

3. Kopa Śmierci (from Narożnik to Trzmielowa Jama) – (od Narożnika do Trzmielowej Jamy) Section 111 a, b – Protection District Karłów

4. Pod Starym Biwakiem – Section 106 f, d, m – Protection District Karłów

5. Radkowskie Skały (Baszty) – walls of the massif along the green trail, except the monadnock rocks on the plateau – Section 13 – Protection District Radków

6. Filary Skalne (from Stroczy Zakręt to Kamieniołom) – from 15 July to 3 November – Sections 30 a,b,o; 33 b, c – Protection District Radków

Unfortunately, the pleasure of climbing is not free: you have to buy an annual or one-off permit, available at the office of the Table Mountains National Park.

 

Here is the topo of the southern walls of Szczeliniec:

For more information about climbing in this area please go to:

www.redpoint.pl/topo/biale-skaly.html
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www.redpoint.pl/topo/szczeliniec-pld1.png

 

Lodz Mountaineering Club (http://lkw.org.pl) has its hut in Pasterka, and they can certainly provide you with the best information about the region.