Droga pod Reglami (Road under Regle) - from the bottom of the ski-jumping hill Wielka Krokiew to the entrance of the Koscieliska Valley. Almost 9km long, fairly wide path (after rain it can be slippery), without high elevations, easily accessible in summer and winter. Droga pod Reglami passes on the very Tatra National Park border, partly through the forest, partly between the forest and fields.
Dolina Chocholowska (Chocholowska Valley) - picturesque valley, located in the Western Tatras. Almost 8 km long - at the end of the valley there is a large mountain shelter where you can relax and enjoy a tasty meal.
Note! In July and August as well as and in spring when the crocuses are blooming, the valley is very crowded so if you decide to walk your dog there please do it early morning, before 9 am, or in the afternoon, after 5 pm.Barbara
There are plenty of dogs friendly hotels, cottages, apartments and guest houses in Zakopane. You can easily book them on the booking.com. In the near future I will try to post here my list of recommended hotels and cottages, where you come with a dog.
GORNA ROWIEN KRUPOWA
During summer walks with the dog, be very careful if you see a flock of sheep. Shepherd dogs that guard them can be very aggressive towards your dog.Barbara
TATRAVET - VETERINARY CLINIC - Zakopane, Staszica 5b
ZOO HOTEL - PETS HOTEL in Zakopane - Zakopane, 27 Walkosze St.
PUFIK - PETS HOTEL near Zakopane - Poronin, 11 Jesionowka St.
If you like to hike in the Tatra National Park (dogs not allowed), the best idea is to leave your dog in a dog hotel.Barbara
Before bringing my dog to the restaurant, I always go in first and ask the staff for permission.Barbara
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