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Campsite in Bereżki is open
18.05.2020.

From May 15, 2020. the campsite in Bereżki village is open for tourists.

To ensure the safety of enployees and users of the campsite, we present some of the most important principles:

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Attention! Closed hiking trail
18.05.2020.

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During the period from 15 May to 29 May 2020 section of the red hiking trail from Wołosate to Bukowska Pass (Przełęcz Bukowska) is closed due to the forest work (see the map below).

The rest of the trail is open for tourists. If the works are completed before the planned date, the trail will be opened earlier.

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Changes in hiking trails network
07.05.2020.

Image Please be advised, that the course of yellow hiking trail from Wyżna Pass (parking lot) to Połonina Wetlińska has changed (consult the attached map). Please follow the new marking. It is no longer possible to approach the schelter on Połonina Wetlińska (the renovation of the building) or to cross the forest section of the former yellow trail. The entire ridge of Połonina Wetlińska is accessible (red trail).

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Dear Visitors!
07.05.2020.

Thank you very much for responsible behaviour on the trails - we are glad that most of you follow the restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

All hiking trails are open. Please remeber, that general recommendations and restrictions apply also in national parks:

  • Cover your mouth and nose in parking lots, information points and viewpoints, where tourists gather. There is no obligation to cover your face in forest and open areas.
  • Keep appropriate distance from other people, avoid grouping. Avoid places especially popular among tourists, choose less frequented routes.
  • We recommend having protective gloves (during the trip you will, for example, hold onto the handrail).
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at the Ticket and Information Points.

Please, be responsible - for the sake of your own, relatives and other people's health.

All parking lots are open. We provide free toilets. Admission and parking fees can be paid at Ticket and Information Points at the entrance to the trails (we accept only cash). We also launched online ticket sale through the website: bdpn.eparki.pl.

Please follow the instructions of the Park Service and other services operating in the Park (e.g. Border Guard, GOPR- Mountain Rescue Service). Before a planned trip, it is worth checking the announcements on our website. 

 
Hiking trails are open
28.04.2020.

In connection with the government’s announcement of the first stage of easing of restrictions, please be informed that starting from 20.04.2020 we open all hiking trails.

At present, there are no conditions for a longer stay in the mountains, because hostels, hotels, shelters and gastronomy can not work yet. Only two small grocery stores are open within the Park area. Your visit will be limited to hiking only.

Basic information:

  • all administrative facilities, education stations and shelters remain closed,
  • in many places of BdPN there is still snow cover, so you need to be properly prepared for trips,
  • especially on the southern slopes there is a fire hazard, therefore it is strictly forbidden to use an open flame (e.g. a cigarette),
  • parking is only possible in our car parks and communal car parks. We reserve the right to limit their capacity in order to maintain the necessary distances and regulate the volume of traffic on walking routes,
  • remember about the obligation to cover your face in parking lots or viewpoints. There is no obligation to cover your face in forest and open areas.
  • remember to keep at least 2 meter distance from each other. 
  • during the trip you will, for example, hold onto the handrail, so we recommend to have protective gloves. Hand sanitizer will be available at the Ticket and Information Points
  • admission and parking fees can be paid at Ticket and Information Points at the entrance to the trails (we accept only cash)
  • tickets can be purchased also via the website: bdpn.eparki.pl. A ticket purchased online along with an identity card should be presented to the staff of Ticket and Information Point and kept for inspection.

Please follow the instructions of the Park Service and other services operating in the Park (e.g. Border Guard, GOPR- Mountain Rescue Service).

 
Entrances to trails closed!
25.03.2020.

uwaga.png Due to an extraordinary situation related to the spread of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 causing COVID-19 illness and a tightening of the restrictions regarding people gatherings in the public space, we are taking preventive measures. Since large gatherings of people are conductive to the spread of coronavirus, we decided to close all tourist trails in the area of Bieszczady National Park from 25 March 2020 until further notice. We want to avoid the accumulation of tourists in the parking lots, shelters or in the view points in the peak areas.

We remind you that:

  • regarding the announcement of an epidemic emergency in the territory of Poland, all our facilities, where tourist could gather (management office, information center, museum, educational stations, stables etc.) have been closed until the further notice
  • accommodation facilities belonging to the Bieszczady National Park are closed and reservations made for the period of emergency have been canceled.
 

Let's stay in our own homes. Individual walks to stay healthy are recommended wherever possible. We will keep you updated on our Facebook about changes in nature. We hope that the opening of the new tourist season will take place shortly after the epidemic threat ceases. Thank you for understanding. 

 
Information
12.03.2020.

uwaga.pngDue to an extraordinary situation related to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Bieszczady National Park Museum in Ustrzyki Dolne will be closed for visitors and all the educational classes for students from schools and educational establishments will be cancelled from 12/03/2020 until further notice.

Centre for Tourist information and Ecological Education in Lutowiska will be closed from 14/03/2020 until further notice. We will provide information by phone: (13) 461 03 50, or by email: oie@bdpn.pl. Alerts and news will appear on our website www.bdpn.pl on regular basis.

 
An alert about the condition of hiking trails 14.02.2020
14.02.2020.

symbol - komunikat zimowy.jpgWinter conditions prevail in the mountains. Second (moderate) avalanche risk degree was announced. In the peak areas the thickness of the snow cover oscillates between 30-120 cm. Hiking requires appropriate equipment, the ability to access local avalanche risk, proper route selection and elementary safety measures on all steep slopes.

  • Most of the trails are accessible, locally icy and slippery (we recommend using crampons or anty-slip grips). Sudden gusts of wind may caause partial wind blows, mainly in the upper sections of the forest and in the ridge areas. Low-frequented hiking trails are partly snow-covered - hiking there is possible only on skis or snowshoes. Wandering in deep snow significantly extends the trip duration.
  • The nature-historical path in the upper San valley is not available due to the lack of access by car to the parking in Bukowiec

Remember that weather conditions in the mountains can change rapidly, so you must be prepared for additional difficulties. Although in the valleys temperatures during the day can exceed 0°C, in the peaks you may encounter the sub-zero temperatures and strong wind. Visibility may be limited, pay attention to trail markings.

We remind you that, according to the Park regulations, downhill skiing, sledding etc. is strictly forbidden. For the safety of other tourists, please do not slide on snow souncers etc. on hiking trails. This causes icing of the trail and exposes hikers to slipping and falling.

In winter, admission to the Park is free. We try to keep parking lots in Wołosate, Brzegi Górne, Wyżniańska Pass and Ustrzyki Górne cleared of snow. Parking fees are charged according to the winter season price list. We also provide free toilets at the parking lot in Wołosate and three dry toilets located on the trails: Wyżna Pass, Bukowska Pass and Wetlina - Stare Siolo. Due to the necessity to keep the road passable for public and rescue services, in the village Wołosate parking outside the parking lot is forbidden (please follow the road signs). Cars must not disturb the winter maintenance of the road or block the bus stops.

Current weather conditions can be checked on the Mountain Rescue Service and via a webcam

 
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