Photographer's Note

The Dolina Chochołowska, the biggest of the valleys in the Polish Western Tatras, extends almost up to the domed, grassy summits of the main range. It is largely wooded, especially in the lower sections, and has the melancholy charm which is a particular feature of the Western Tatras.
In its upper part it divides into two branches: the southern one, known as the Dolina Starorobociańska, and the south-west one, which has the Polana Chochołowska, the biggest of the Tatra mountain meadows. At the south-west edge of the meadow, at an altitude of 1150 m, is a large PTTK mountain refuge, while in the middle part of the valley, below the etrance to the Dolina Starorobociańska, is a Tatra National Park gamekeeper's lodge.

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