Did you know that Liptov offers first-class opportunities for hiking? Velka Fatra, Low and Western Tatras, Choc Mountains offer more than 1125 km of marked trails ranging up to a height of 2 500 m. In Liptov you can take easy walks suitable for families with children, the outputs of hills and demanding ridge tours. Embark with us discover the beauty of Liptov mountains. On the way you can refresh the mountain huts and enjoy the view from the tower in.
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Chopok North & South
Whether you’re with friends, family, expert skier or a beginner, Jasna Low Tatras offers activities and a wonderful climate that you’ll love. The center is located in the Low Tatras, which is part of the National Park NAPANT. Low Tatras massif stretches Slovak medium in length of 82 km along the east – west between picturesque valleys of these rivers. The highest peak is Ďumbier 2043 m above sea level, the second highest peak is known for skiing and hiking hill Chopok 2024 m nmJasná Low Tatras as the biggest ski area with excellent conditions for winter sports in Slovakia offers at the north and south side of Chopok endless option of activities, fun and active rest …
Vrbické is glacial Lake and the largest natural lake in the Low Tatras. It is situated at 1 113 m n. m. in the upper western part Demänovská valley. It occupies an area of 0.69 hectares, has a maximum depth of 8 m, a length of 115 m and a width of 62 m. Protected area is a buffer zone area of 24.71 hectares. It is a moraine lake, which was created after the retreat of glaciers from the northern slopes of Chopok and Deresov. Its establishment is more similar Pleso in the High Tatras. From the lake flows Otupnianka and to ensure the steady level to be regulated by dams. Gradually from the edges of overgrown vegetation. Surroundings Vrbického tarn is well accessible hiking trails. From rou 1975 is a national natural monument and paid for …
Liptov village Prosiek and Kvačany known primarily as a starting point for the most beautiful and most visited Slovak valleys – Prosiecka Kvačany valley. Prosiecka valley is nearly 4 km long and is cut deep between the massifs of Lomna and Prosečné (1,372 meters). It leads her blue-marked nature trail and at the same time with several wooden panels which familiarized with geological, geomorphological and soil ratios valleys, as well as its flora and fauna. It starts at the entrance to the valley, which forms the intersection called rock gates, above which rises to the surface in a massive spring Prosiečanka. The central part of Sadolin extends to meadows Polhora on the side