Call us +421- 904 292 468 | Slovensky | English
Why EST Frontier Slovakia

HIGH TATRAS winter hiking holiday in Slovakia

HIGH TATRAS winter hiking holiday in Slovakia

The scenery in Central Europe changes rapidly from expansive plains to dense forests and jagged peaks. There is a great diversity of people, culture and architecture throughout. The High Tatras, part of the Carpathian Range, is a group of rugged granite mountains forming the border between Poland and Slovakia. There is a sophisticated network of footpaths in a well-managed national park where we enjoy five daywalks. The stunning Polish city of Krakow contrasts perfectly with the mountains and is a great place to explore on foot in order to soak up the atmosphere. There are a huge number of famous sites that are worth visiting, including the old city, Mariacki Church, central Market Square and the Wawel Castle.

EST Frontier Slovakia – Guided walking Team is pleased to welcome you in Slovakia.

Day-by-day itinerary

Day 1: Fly to Krakow; transfer to Stary Smokovec in the Slovakian High Tatras.
Day 2: Dramatic walk to Teryho Chata mountain hut. On the way we visit the oldest mountain cottage in the Tatras and the Studeny Potok waterfalls.
Day 3: Walk to Plesnevic Chata through the Valley of the Seven Springs, on to Chata pri Zelenom by the Green Lake.
Day 4: Walk to the beautiful lake of Skalnate Pleso with optional ascent to Velka Svistova Peak at 2834 metres for fabulous panoramic views.
Day 5: Walk to Zbojnicka Chata Cottage, formerly a gamekeeper’s cottage.
Day 6: Climb Slavkovsky Stit Peak at 2452m. The route is long but technically simple and rewards us with one of the most stunning views in the Tatras.
Day 7: Morning transfer to the beautiful city of Krakow; city tour and free time to explore the old town and market square.
Day 8:Fly to London.

BEST TIME OF THE YEAR: All year round
PRICE PER PERSON: £799 (Single supplement £100)