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Hala Miziowa

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U północnych podnóży kopuły szczytowej, na rozległym wypłaszczeniu u zbiegu grzbietów, znajduje się Hala Miziowa (ok. 1350 m) W tym popularnym wśród turystów i narciarzy miejscu zbiegają się liczne szlaki prowadzące w kierunku Pilska. Oprócz wyciągów narciarskich stoją tu dwa ważne obiekty: drewniane baraki starego schroniska i wznoszona obok nowa, murowana placówka.

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This panorama was taken in Slovakia, Europe

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