Strbske pleso in High Tatras is my favourite destination all year round. Ski slopes above the lake in Solisko offers great views into the valley. As I am not a good skier, I prefer to get uphill and the sit in the sun enjoying the views. This area is very popular and tends to get overcrowded on the slopes. Next time, I will switch skis (downhill to cross country). And finish with a shot of Bombardino in the ski bar.
High Tatras are a popular destination also for me. I love the areas around Strbske pleso, but Tatranska Lomnica with Lomnicky stit, ski slopes for beginner skiers, view points and chalets has its charm.
Bachledova dolina (Bachledova valley) is a popular ski resort in the eastern Tatra mountains. When tired (like I was that day), the tree top view and walk point offers amazing views of both – the Slovak and the Polish mountains. The tree top walkway takes about 10 mins to reach a view tower. I was a bit hesitant stepping onto the net at the top. But the views were amazing and I set a reminder to myself – to return in the summer.
Okrem Pribyliny a Štrbského plesa som vybehla aj do Liptovskej časti Tatier, konkrétne do Úzkej doliny, ktorá je štartovacou stanicou pre túry do Račkovej a Jamnickej doliny.
Štrbské Pleso is a glacial lake in the High Tatra mountains in northern Slovakia. The area is a favorite tourist resort all year round.
Chopok, with its elevation of 2024 meters, is the second highest peak of the Low Tatra mountain range. The highest peak of the mountain range is Dumbier with 2043 meters.
Jasná is a popular ski resort with kilometres of pistes. It is located on the northern slopes of Chopok, the second highest peak of the Low Tatra mountains, in Slovakia.
Here is the "break-your-tongue" itinerary for three days in northern Slovakia. I hope the Slovak tongue-twister location names will not set you back, the region is beautiful and worth visiting. Especially if you are into hiking, mountains, nature, history and wellness.