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High Tatras

Although it is said that Tátra is a mountain range the smallest high mountains in Europe, a forest makes it be dazzled with a sight after all away the excursionist visiting here. Tátra highlands an eastern one and onto a western part divisible:

  • The western part of the Liptov Mountains, which is additional, affect a geographical unit divisible,
  • The Eastern Tatras High Tatras and White Tatras covers.

The High Tatras, the highest point in the 2655 meters high peak Gerlach villages, one of the most famous mountain peak in the fourth highest mountains, the peak of 2,634 meters Lomnici. This area is a single alpine type mountains in Slovakia, 32 valley is. The sharp, rocky peaks of the glaciers due to which thousands of years ago, designed to present the image of the High Tatras. The glaciers have been carried out since their jobs have disappeared, so that it no longer constitute barriers, such as the Alps or the Caucasus do. For the lovers of the winter sports, skiers, hikers, for excursionist, for families these orbits offer cloudless recreation.


The nature of the work of people took over, making it accessible to the area. Well-maintained trails lead through the valleys and mountain passes more than 10 peaks, from which the landscape is a wonderful experience for the average hiker, too. Excellent program for a pleasant spring, autumn day, a hike for the whole family. The whole territory of the Tatra National Park (park is Tatranský, TANAP) protected zone is located. In the mountains during the visit of the order of visitation TANAP regulated. There are some areas which are under full protection, and the sight of tourists has been completely stopped.


HIGH TATRAS PROVINCE'S SKI COURSES/REGIONS
Region Number of elevators Length of orbits
(km)
Blue Red Black The highest dot (m)
Strbské Pleso 4 2 - 12   1900
Stary Smokovec 5 - 1 5   1450
Tatranska Lomnica 1 2 3 9 2 7 2 2196
Zdiar 12 - - 3,2 3,2     1155
Podbanske 4 - - 1,5 300 m 1,2   1050