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Goose Neck - peak with a height of 1489 meters above sea level located in the montane part of the High Tatras. It is the highest in the massif of the same name. Its slopes are covered with spruce forests. Gooseneck group separated from Koszystej Rówień Waksmundzka. From the top of the gooseneck go three arms. Eastern arm, turning towards the north-east, descends toward the grassy terraces Rusinowa Glade. Narrow, long points bent a combination of goose neck, hence the name of the summit. The northern extension of the arm, beyond Rusinowa Glade, located Naked Peak (1206 m). Northern arm separates the upper part of the Valley of the Valley of the Golden Filipek and ends with a slope called Wiktorówki. Western gooseneck arm passes through the saddle Przysłopu Waksmundzkiego (1443 m), behind which rises to a dry Waksmundzki Peak (approx. 1485 m). Next turn to the north and the Vyšné Filipczańską Pass (1435 m) rises Waksmundzki Sharp Peak (1475 m), and behind it are visible Kopa village administrators.

Apical part of the back of gooseneck is built of dolomite rocks uplifted at about 15 m (called Waksmundzka Rocks). Even with Rusinowa Glade, and the road to the summit and the summit, you can admire the wide panorama of the Tatra Mountains Tatra Bielski, the High Tatras to the Western Tatras. (From the glades are visible the High Tatras and the High Peak to Mięguszowieckiego). Panorama has been propagated by Titus Chałubińskiego as "a view of 100 peaks and passes," as early as 1878.

Goose neck is located between two large valleys's General: Valley of Dry Water (west) and the Valley of the protein (east) and its branches: Waksmundzka Valley (south), Filipek Valley (north-west) and north of the branch - Valley of Gold.

Time required to cover the whole route: 5h 55m
Length of the entire route: 16,2km