Hiking in Slovakia - the best of the Slovak mountains
Guided tour from 1.090 EUR for 11 days
- Grand tour of Slovak mountains – great hiking adventure
- Slovakia’s top 5 national parks – High Tatras, Low Tatras, Slovak Paradise, Pieniny and Mala Fatra
- 5 panoramic peaks
- A great diversity in a small area – narrow gorges, grassy highlands, rocky peaks
Arrival to the High Tatras
Meeting in Krakow. Arrival to the Tatras through the picturesque Polish highlands – “Podhale”.
Hiking in the Low Tatras – the largest national park in Slovakia
Comfortable hiking along the wide grassy ridge to the second highest peak of the Low Tatras – Chopok (2.024 m). Views of the High Tatras, the Western Tatras, Mala Fatra and Velka Fatra mountains.
Summary: 4,5 hours of hiking, 10 km, 1.000 m, 125 m, highest point 2.024 m
Between the High Tatras and White Tatras
Hiking to the pass of Kopske sedlo (1.725 m), wild forests and green meadows below the steep dolomite cliffs of the White Tatras.
Summary: 6,5 hours of hiking, 18 km, 800 m, 890 m, highest point 1.750 m
In the shade of the highest peak of the Carpathians
Hiking in the shade of Gerlach peak (2.655 m) – the highest peak of the High Tatras, Slovakia & Carpathians. Opportunity to ascent Vychodna Vysoka peak (2.429 m) – great viewpoint – neighbor of Gerlach peak.
Summary: 6-8 hours of hiking, 11-18 km, 1.319 m, 1.599 m, highest point 2.429 m
Easy day - Dunajec river raft trip in Pieniny national park
The highest peak of Poland – Rysy
Hiking in the western part of the High Tatras. Start in the wide open Mengusovska valley, climb over a rock terrace secured by chains, along the highest located Tatra mountain hut (2.250 m) up to Rysy peak (2.499 m) – great view of both sides of Tatras (Polish and Slovak one).
Summary: 8 hours of hiking, 19 km, 1.371 m, 1.371 m, highest point 2.499 m
Slovak Paradise – Sucha Bela gorge
Summary: 6 hours of hiking, 15 km, 630 m, 630 m, highest point 961 m
Hiking in the Western Tatras – the second highest range in the Carpathians
Crossing the Western Tatras from south to north, ascent of Placlive peak (2.125 m).
Summary: 7 hours of hiking, 17 km, 1.273 m, 1.133 m, highest point 2.125 m
Easy day - Orava castle and transfer to Mala Fatra mountains
Drive through the picturesque Orava region with the traditional wooden architecture. Stop at the mighty Orava castle.
After the arrival to the Mala Fatra optionally a short walk in the ravine called “Janosikove diery”.
Summary: 1,5 hours of hiking, 4 km, 200 m, 135 m, highest point 750 m
Main ridge of Mala Fatra mountains
Hiking through flowering alpine meadows of Mala Fatra, option to ascent of Velky Rozsutec (1.610 m) – dominant peak of this range. Views of Western, Low and High Tatras.
Summary: 6 hours of hiking, 14 km, 620 m, 1.514 m, highest point 1.607 m
Our tour ends after the breakfast by departure for Krakow.
11 days / 10 nights
Guesthouse/family hotels in the High Tatras, Western Tatras and Mala Fatra mountains
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June 19 – June 29 2021
September 11 – September 21 2021