The Polish importer of Skoda has been supporting the work of rescuers from the Tatra Volunteer Emergency Service for 20 years. On the occasion of the anniversary from August 11 to September 30 this year. The “Discover the most difficult trail with TOPR rescuers” campaign is underway. As part of it, you can observe the work of rescuers on the most dangerous trail on the Polish side of the Tatra Mountains.
To honor the long-term cooperation with Skoda, rescuers set out on the Orla Perć trail equipped with cameras recording their patrol in 360 technology. The expedition starts from the Murowaniec Shelter on Hala Gąsienicowa. From here, rescuers follow the blue trail to the Zawrat Pass, through Zawratowy Żleb, reaching the Zmarzłe Czuby peak. The culmination of the patrol is a view of Zamarła Turnia and the return through Kozia Przełęcz. The recording also shows a panorama of the Five Ponds Valley.
“The 20th anniversary of cooperation with TOPR is a special moment for our brand. We wanted to show the Tatra Mountains from a perspective that most people did not have the opportunity to experience. We are sure that in this way more people will appreciate the extremely hard and dangerous work of lifeguards who care about the safety of tourists every day. – said Klaudyna Gorzan, PR manager at Skoda.
Now everyone can admire the most difficult trail in Poland
As part of the ongoing campaign, on the August long weekend, residents and tourists from Sopot and Zakopane could visit Skoda’s stand and watch a breathtaking recording of the expedition using VR glasses. Material from the expedition can still be seen in cinemas across the country and on the official YouTube channel of Skoda Polska.