Fall in love with the High Tatras for the month of May! sponsored – Outdoor Magazine

Fall in love with the High Tatras for the month of May! sponsored – Outdoor Magazine

Fall in love with the High Tatras for a May day trip! [sponsored]

True relaxation, food and mountains. Sounds like an excellent plan for May Day, right? You don’t have to look far!

There are about 600 km of marked hiking trails in the High Tatras (fot. Marek Hajkovsky))

The High Tatras, the highest mountain range in Slovakia with a long tradition of tourism, is the area of the oldest national park. The uniqueness of the High Tatras, the smallest high mountains in the world, is primarily the great differences in altitude and the beautiful scenery and views reminiscent of the panoramas of the Italian Dolomites. The development of tourism in the settlements around Štrbské pleso, in Stary Smokovec and Tatranská Lomnica, and consequently the establishment of the first ski resorts goes back more than 100 years. Tatra settlements have been attracting visitors for years with their climate and more than a century of tradition. Maybe you too will be tempted to take a trip https://www.facebook.com/RegionVysokeTatry/?

In the Slovak High Tatras and its immediate surroundings, there are more than 300 kilometers of marked biking trails of varying difficulty for everyone (photo. partner materials)

You’ve probably heard how many professional athletes go to the mountains for training sessions or various camps. Not without reason! This type of exercise will increase the capacity and ventilation of your lungs, improve the functioning of your circulatory system, and your body will become even fitter and more resilient. And this is just one of the reasons why you should visit the High Tatras!

Cycling is a great opportunity to combine active recreation and movement with admiring the surrounding nature. More than 300 kilometers of marked bicycle routes of varying degrees of difficulty, designed for everyone – families with children, mountain and road cycling enthusiasts, athletes and novice cyclists. Individual color-coded markings will allow you to adapt the route to your abilities.
The natural environment in the High Tatras combines several aspects that make up a great sporting experience. The beautiful landscape, great climatic conditions and altitude make every sports activity unique. If you like golf, horseback riding, running or skating, you can’t miss doing these sports in the Tatras.

The Black Stork golf course in Veľká Lomnica is famous for its unique location on the south side, in the protective range of the Tatra National Park.

Unspoiled nature, rocky massifs and fresh air – these are the assets found on 120 acres of land in a beautiful setting. Black Stork Golf Course with the prestigious A PGA Golf Course brand is one of 19 golf courses in the world to hold this seal of approval.

Adventure Golf came to us from North America, where it is one of the most popular recreational and professional sports. Played on artificial golf turf with golf putters or small golf mallets and a golf ball, it is very reminiscent of the traditional type of golf everyone is familiar with. It develops concentration, patience, motor skills, and promotes competition. Excitement awaits you during the game, as well as lots of fun.

In the High Tatras, fantasy, adventure and adrenaline have no limits. You can feel the adrenaline rush by doing various sports on the ground, in the air, in the water, but also underground. Bungee jumping, balloon flight, aquazorbing, summertubing, paragliding and many other disciplines will make you forget all your worries, give you energy and a will to live.

Nature, high peaks, glacial ponds, protected plants, mountain air and relaxation – sounds good, right?

There are about 600 km of marked hiking trails in the High Tatras, which lead to the most attractive places of this mountain region. Breathtaking views can be found by conquering the highest peaks, walking through the valleys or going to the Tatra mountain refuges. Visit the most beautiful places of the region, breathe in the fresh mountain air and observe the fascinating, quiet world of animals and plants among the pristine nature. Hiking trails in the High Tatras will lead you to as many as 13 mountain huts with views of the beautiful peaks, vast valleys and blue Tatra ponds.

There are about 600 km of marked hiking trails in the High Tatras (photo. Marek Hajkovsky))

The High Tatras are an ideal place for all tourists. If you want to infect your children with the love of hiking, choose the easy ones, up to a maximum of 2 hours. You can hike from Štrbské Pleso to Jamsky Pond, Around Lomnica, or to Rainerova Chata Hostel and Cold Water Falls. You like hiking in the valleys of the mountains? Your attention should not miss the beautiful Javorova Valley. And if you are looking for a real extreme experience, then the six-hour route on Gerlach will certainly meet your expectations and provide you with a daily dose of adrenaline. All hiking trails for tourists in the Tatra National Park are marked (red, blue, green, yellow) and divided into groups according to difficulty level. Choose the right one for you or take the help of qualified mountain guides.

All hiking trails for tourists in the Tatra National Park are marked (red, blue, green, yellow) and divided into groups according to the degree of difficulty (photo.

You want to admire the views but are not an amateur mountain climber? Nothing lost! Tatra cable cars are a good way to make your stay in the Tatras more enjoyable and get to know these mountains from a completely different side! Worth recommending is m.In ground railroad, which runs from Stary Smokovec station (1017 m n.p.m.) to Hrebienok (1272 m n.p.m.), a starting point for excursions to waterfalls and Tatra huts. There you will also find the opportunity to spend time actively – bike park and tubing. The train ride to Hrebienok alone takes just 7 minutes!

As part of the Tatra Mountains without Barriers project, people with disabilities can enjoy eight hiking trails with a length of more than thirty kilometers. These routes will also work well for families with toddlers, who will enjoy the High Tatras in their strollers. An initiative worth appreciating and testing!

Go to https://regiontatry.sk/ and fall in love with the High Tatras!

This article was written in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport and Construction of Slovakia

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