Mięguszowiecki Peak ( 2438 m ) reigns unquestionably above Morskie Oko Pond. However not the highest, he stands proudly above the water being seen at a first glance one gets to the refuge. It’s the second highest peak of Poland, the most difficult when it comes to navigation. No trails lead to the peak.
Panoramic view from the peak is itself a prize for brave conquerors. There are many routes to get there with max. 2 participants
via Mieguszowieckie Ridge from Chłopek’s Pass (difficulty IV)
via Ridge from Hińczowa Pass (difficulty II)
‘Route on boulders’ from Hińczowa Pass (difficulty II)
Whichever route we take – reaching Mięguszowiecki Peak is a serious whole day adventure with an impressive view on the peak.
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