Posted by on May 25, 2016


This product consists of:

  • The PDF guidebook which has a map of the route and written directions including GPS coordinates, descriptions of waypoints and azimuth bearings to help you orientate yourself.
  • A responsive HTML copy of the written directions which you can download to a smartphone or tablet if you don’t want to print it.
  • A GPX file of the route which you can use to help orientate yourself if you use a GPS device.
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This package is a guide to one of the most popular destinations in the Beskydy Mountains. It contains details of a route which avoids some of the crowded paths and takes in a part of the mountain which is much less visited. It’s like having your own local tour guide in your pocket!

The guide contains a map at a scale of 1:25000 or 4 cm to 1 km. The map shows the trails, which are coloured according to the trail markers which you will find on the mountain itself.

There is also a GPX file of the route. You may need to convert this to another format, depending on which GPS device you use. ITN Converter is a good tool for this but some users have experienced problems. We do not recommend hiking in the mountains when relying only on a GPS device for navigation.

Written directions for the route are included in PDF and responsive HTML formats. You can either print the PDF or download the HTML file to a smartphone or tablet. The directions include descriptions of the route, features which you will see and which will help you to navigate and points of interest. There are also recommendations for places to eat and drink.

If you have any problems with this package after you have downloaded it, please contact us with a description of the problems and we will either fix them to your satisfaction or refund your money.

Welcome to our back yard and happy hiking!