After I’d visited the High Tatras mountain range two times during the past year (August and October), I made further extensive tours this summer.
This time, those tours were supposed to be more difficult.
At least slightly. Otherwise I wouldn’t find any good reason for visiting the High Tatras again without having a challenge of sorts to begin with.
Though I love being in Slovakia and in the mountains, it is not necessarily about one specific location on the map. It is about doing something uncomfortable and …
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Kriváň, October 1
Predné Solisko, October 2
Rysy, October 3
Skalnaté pleso, October 4
With a break of about one month, I returned to Slovakia for hiking in the High Tatras (Vysoké Tatry) and for visiting my friends in the capital Bratislava.
Here the links to part 1 and part 2 (summer tours):
1. Slavkovský štít, Zelené pleso (including general information about the High Tatras mountain range)
2. Východná Vysoká, Obrovský vodopád
Like in August I had my hotel …
The following text is the direct continuation of part 1 of my High Tatras series.
I hiked in the central part of the High Tatras still and departed from the train station in Poprad-Tatry early in the morning by using the inexpensive meter-gauge railway connection (Tatranské Elektrické Železnice, TEŽ).
Východná Vysoká, August 15
Ascending Východná Vysoká (not to be confused with Vysoká3 which is a different mountain in the High Tatras) was by far the most demanding tour during my week in the High Tatras.…