|Western Tatras 3 days hiking trip|
A 3-day mountain experience for the most devoted individuals. The Western Tatras are a real challenge for the human being but fully recommended. Considered to be the most pristine, the wildest and the most beautiful mountain area in Slovakia, guaranteed to open your eyes wide. We add a warming-up hike in Malá Fatra, relax in an open-air thermal spa and allow time for your contemplation in the forest. 3 intensive days for €139 per person.
Day 1. Warm up in Malá Fatra mountains along the way to Western Tatras. We set off for the hike from the picturesque village of Štefanová. We are lost in deep forests, exploring gorges for two hours. There are a few chains to help you with the most difficult parts, however it is not anything mad (everyone can manage). After ascending up the gorge the first climb is awaiting us. Malý (Little) Rozsutec (1343 metres) warms you up for his bigger brother - Veľký (Great) Rozsutec (1610 metres). Spectacular views and a satisfied body at the top guaranteed. We descend through the rocks, pleasant forest and meadows down back to Štefanová village. Arrival to Western Tatras in the evening, simple but cozy accommodation in mountain hut.
Day 2. The most challenging and the most spectacular hike in our offer. We recommend this only for those who are not afraid of heights with some experiences in the mountains. We set off early (7:00am) and proceed along the valley, up by the waterfall to the kingdom of rocks and real views. There are some chains to help you with balance. Take a lot of water (3 litres). Climbing up to Baníkov (2178 metres) and Tri kopy (2136 metres). The most crazy of you can continue to Ostrý Roháč (2087 metres). A long, tiring, but beautiful day. Enjoy cold beer in the mountain restaurant at the end of the day.
Day 3. Relax day. Breathe the forest. Optional hiking for those who ask for more. Loosening muscles in open-air thermal spa Oravice. Journey back to Bratislava (310 km, 4 hours), arrival in evening hours.
Availibility: 16th June - 31st October