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Poland Tatry Ceprostrada
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Ceprostrada - the name of the yellow trail to Morskie Oko Szpiglasową Pass. He drove past the other way, but in 1937 created a new variant of the PNS trail in connection with the construction of railways to Kasprowy Wierch. It was built from large boulders creating a comfortable and a wide sidewalk. Therefore, it is called a little disdainfully ceprostradą - because each ceper can it go without problems. The term refers to the words of the highway. According to the original design, was ceprostrada continue, through Szpiglasowy Mountain, the Walls and Smooth Liptovské Pass until Kasprowy, but due to the Czechoslovak government protest, eventually was only out of an existing episode. Sometimes this term is used it also for other, wide and comfortable routes. When Ceprostradzie, at an altitude of 1,900 m above sea level the occurrence of alpine ferns rozrzutka, a very rare species, occurring in Poland in just a few positions in the Sudety and the Tatra Mountains Ceprostrada – nazwa żółtego szlaku z Morskiego Oka na Szpiglasową Przełęcz. Prowadził on niegdyś inną drogą, lecz w 1937 roku PZN stworzył nowy wariant szlaku w związku z budową kolei linowej na Kasprowy Wierch. Zbudowany został z wielkich głazów tworzących wygodny i szeroki chodnik. Dlatego też nazywa się go trochę pogardliwie ceprostradą – gdyż każdy ceper może go bez problemów przejść. Termin nawiązuje do słowa autostrada. Według pierwotnych założeń, ceprostrada miała prowadzić dalej, poprzez Szpiglasowy Wierch, Liptowskie Mury i Gładką Przełęcz, aż do Kasprowego Wierchu, jednak ze względu na protest władz czechosłowackich, ostatecznie powstał jedynie obecnie istniejący odcinek. Niekiedy tego terminu używa się go także dla innych, szerokich i wygodnych szlaków. Przy Ceprostradzie, na wysokości ok. 1900 m n.p.m. stwierdzono występowanie paproci rozrzutka alpejska, gatunku bardzo rzadkiego, w Polsce występującego zaledwie na kilku stanowiskach w Sudetach i Tatrach

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