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Just the „right thing“ for every mountains loving person, who enjoys being surrounded by the majestic peaks, woodlands, mountain creeks, waterfalls and tarns. Feeling the atmosphere of the mountains by spending the nights in the mountain cottages, knowing the local people and culture and just getting the best of the „Slovakia´s pride“ – the Tatra mountains.

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Itineraries

Day 1

EASTERN TATRAS

Baba Yaga Cottage, Ždiar Dedicate the day to experience one of the newest attractions of the region – the Bachledka Treetop Walk, which can be reached either by walking from Bachledova Valley of by taking the modern cable car. The Treetop Walk offer breathtaking view at the High Tatras and White Tatras, as well as the Pieniny National Park. Spend the night in the unique Baba Yaga cottage in Ždiar, a village with living folklore.

Day 2

EASTERN TATRAS

Plesnivec Cottage Discover the natural beauties and peaks of the Eastern Tatras by hiking through the Monkova Valley, Siroké and Kopské Mountain Saddles, passing by the Valley of White Tarns to Big White Tarn (Veľké Biele pleso) to today´s destination: Plesnivec Cottage.

Day 3

HIGH TATRAS

Zamkovského Hut After visiting the eastern part of the Tatra mountains, the hiking trail will lead you to the most visited part of the Tatras – the High Tatras. Today´s goal is to reach the Veľká Svišťovka Peak (2023 m) and continue to the mountain tarn Skalnaté Pleso, one of the most popular spots in the High Tatras. Hike on the famous tourist trail Tatranská Magistrála and you will arrive to the nice Zamkovského Hut.

Day 4

HIGH TATRAS

Zbojnícka chata (Robber´s Hut) Today the trail will lead you to the Great Cold Valley with the largest number of tarns, surrounded by the majestic peaks of the High Tatras (Slavkovský Peak, Východná Vysoká Peak, Javorový Peak and others) where the today´s destination – Rubber´s Hut is located. With some luck, in the evening or early in the morning you will see the most famous animals of the Tatras, mountain goats in their natural surrounding. A less challenging alternative is to walk through the valley with impressive cascade Waterfalls of the Cold Creejm passing by Rainer´S Hut to Robber´s Hut. A more challening hiking trail for experienced hikers leads through the highest located mountain hut in the Tatras – Téryho Hut (2015 m). Using iron steps and chains on this trail will amplify your mountain experience. Your effort will be rewarded by spectacular views – mountain tarns, peaks

Day 5

HIGH TATRAS

Mountain hotel Sliezsky Dom This day offers more options, depanding on your overall physical condition. The trail from Robber´s Hut to the Mountain hotel Sliezsky Dom belong to one of the most attractive trails in the High Tatras, offering the views to the famous peaks Vysoká, Ľadový Peak, Rysy and some of the peaks of the Polish Tatras. The iron steps and chains escalate the experience when walking through the rocks. If you feel fit enough, you can modify your hiking trail by passing the Východná Vysoká Peak (2429 m).

Day 6

HIGH TATRAS

Majlathova Hut or the Hut under the Rysy Peak Listen to the silence of the mountains, enjoy the marvellous views over Tatra´s nature and just feel the atmosphere of this place. Sliezky Dom counts as the highest located hote (1670 m) situated just under the highest peak of Slovakia – Gerlach (2655 m). Pumped with new energy, get ready for the hiking to Popradské Pleso tarn, one of the most visited tarns in the High Tatras. Another option for experienced hikers is to continue to the Hut under the Rysy Peak (2245 m), the highest mountain hut in Slovakia, which has no electricity and is supplied exclusively by sherpas. An overnight in this hut is surely a unique experience.

Day 7

HIGH TATRAS

Hut under Solisko (Chata pod Soliskom) The reward for today´s hiking effort will be the unique view over Podtatranská Basin, the Low Tatras and the Kriváň Peak, which is the symbol of Slovakia.The trail passes by one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Tatras, named Skok (Jump) with its 25 m hight. If you decide for a less demanding option, take the trail to Štrbské pleso, what is the name of the village and the mountain tarn as well. Štrbské pleso belongs to the most visited villages of the High Tatras and thanks to its good infrastructure it hosted many international sport events. If you´ve spent the night in the Hut under the Rysy Peak, take the path crossing the Popradské pleso tarn and continue along the wooded ridge to the Hut under the Solisko Peak.

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