The Tatra Mountains


A four-kilometer walk from “Ustup” to Pardalowka is a picturesque and rarely visited path leading through fields and meadows, with a beautiful view of the entire Tatra Mountains.


The most convenient way is to take a minibus from the PKS station to the bus stop called “Ustup” (near the Orlen gas stations and McDonald’s ). Go under the viaduct and turn a bit further to the right to enter the road between buildings after a dozen or so steps. We go up the road – first asphalt, after a few hundred meters stony, and a bit further along an ordinary land path. We pass the houses, and already we have a beautiful panorama of the Tatra Mountains. We continue the walk holding on to our land road, marked in several places as the yellow trail. After about 20-30 minutes, we reach the chapel set up under the tree. Right next to the chapel, there is a bench on which we can relax, enjoying the silence and beautiful views. We continue walking, and after another 10 minutes, we reach the asphalt road than on the left we pass the church, and after approx. 200 m we can turn right into a narrow street that will lead us to Antalowka – from here, we will go down the yellow trail to a street “ul. Jagiellońska”, several dozen meters above the Aquapark.
Going straight on the street “ul.Droga na Antałówkę” we cross the intersection with the street “ul. Broniewskiego” and after about 10 minutes, we reach the famous “Willi pod Jedlami”. A bit further, there is the Gallery of Kulczycki – a branch of the Tatra Museum.