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mquintas on February 27, 2008

Linda foto. (nice foto).

Timo Rossi on February 28, 2008

You really have been able to enjoy great mountain views!! Best regards, Timo

leoleoo on February 28, 2008

stil learning, Timo, follow you

Timo Rossi on June 17, 2008

Hi again, leoloo. I'll propably visit the Tatra area on July (week 29). Perhaps and hopefully you could provide me some ideas about good photographing and hiking locations , etc. Best regards, Timo

leoleoo on June 17, 2008

you need no ideas:) I like starolesna (velka studena dolina) mala studena dolina, kezmarska south of main range(slovakia) some good photos http://www.irart.pl/galerie/gory.html I'll find some links yet there is snow on/under high passes in july; july/august there is high season; you can meet hundreds people daily on popular paths (on polish side thousands); no joke! ask for more...

Timo Rossi on June 19, 2008

Thank you very much , leoloo, for this information!!! I'll start tomorrow studying all the locations you named and planning, I'll surely ask you for some additional information.. Timo

leoleoo on June 20, 2008

http://fotoforum.gazeta.pl/5,2,leoleo.html some of my photos: press "klucze" (tags) and choose what you want; starolesna, 5sp, kiezmarska, wielicka, gasienicowa - valleys ; have you got a map of high tatras? I can send you a link with 1;25000 map leo

leoleoo on June 20, 2008

http://horal.profitux.cz/univ_mapy/mapy.php?map=maps/tur_map_slov/113_vysoke_tatry it's better to download to comfortable use

leoleoo on June 20, 2008


other maps >sk turisticke mapy > vysoke tatry

this link could be working

Timo Rossi on July 7, 2008

Hi again, and sorry not replying to all your links; My visit to Russia took all my energy until now.. Today I bought the guidebook 'Tatra Mountains' made by the popular publisher Sunflower Landscapes. At this book I first found the Velka Studena Dolina of the places you named. Maybe it is good to start there..? How far from the hiking areas should I reserve the accommodation, in order not to pay too high prices? Maybe it is a good idea to stay overnight even at Bratislava? ..or e.g. at Poprad(and to take the train in the morning to the mountains..?)

leoleoo on July 10, 2008

zbojnicka chata (tel 0903 61 90 00)- chalet in the centre of velka studena dolina- about 10-12 eu/night; almost in each valley there is a chalet(chata, schronisko);each village under tatras has many possibilities - hundreds or thousands places to sleep , to eat ; from tatranska lomnica to strbske pleso they have fantastic railway (elektricka) some times in hour till late night;cheap; six campings;, personally I use bivac bag and the grass over 2000 m (almost legal; tourist info in smokovec - 052 442 34 40

Timo Rossi on July 11, 2008

Thank you very much, this is the info I exactly needed :) Greetings from Budapest, Timo

Timo Rossi on July 12, 2008

Hi again, I will stay at Tatra region from this Tuesday to Friday. If you happen to have time at any moment, it would also be nice to meet you. BR, Timo

leoleoo on July 12, 2008

friday - monday it's my usual time for tatras; enjoy yourselve;leo

leoleoo on July 18, 2008

the weather not too good for you, I afraid

Timo Rossi on July 20, 2008

Hi again, Leo. The weather was OK for more than half of the time in mountains. This short visit was extremely interesting and surely not the last Tatra-time in my life :) I added two pics from there to my main Panoramio gallery and some more to my second one too. Best regards, timo

Timo Rossi on July 21, 2008

..also thank you very much for all the important information you shared with me! That really helped me a lot during my visit there! Timo

¤► ryanhk ◄¤ on April 9, 2009

Hi had to look for the cho oyu you mentioned in your comment. Where is it?

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  • Uploaded on February 25, 2008
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    by leoleoo
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot A620
    • Taken on 2006/09/10 15:32:41
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 29.20mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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