Self-guided Walking Holidays in Slovakia
Best destinations fora self-guided walking holidays in Slovakia:
Self-guided walking holidays in Slovak Raj MountainsSlovak Paradise – Slovensky Raj is one of the most visited areas of Slovakia, attracting tourists throughout the year. It is a suitable hiking spot that offers unique natural scenery and cycling opportunities.
From the tourist centers of Cingov, Klastorisko, Podlesok and Dedinky you can take various challenging hikes and walks and day trips.
Self-guided walking holidays in Vysoke Tatry MountainsThere are approximately 600 km of marked footpaths in the territory of Vysoke Tatry Mountains suitable for self-guided walking holidays, which attract tourists to the most interesting places of the High Tatras - Vysoke Tatry. Hiking trails passing through the valleys allow for exits to the Tatra huts, some difficult and less unpopular Tatra peaks, as well as transitions through the Tatras' seating. Heavy sections are secured by chains that help in particular in the event of weather degradation.
In the time period from 1 November to 15 June, approximately 230 km of marked trails are closed, for the rest part of the Vysoke Tatry Forests is used for winter marking. At the given time it is possible to visit all Tatra chalets, except Chata pod Rysmi.
Self-guided walking holidays in Banska StiavnicaIn the Banska Stiavnica region there are 370 km of marked hiking trails, marked by the Slovak Tourist Club.
- Red hiking trails - Highways, the most important ridge routes that pass through multiple districts, regions.
- Blue hiking trails are long-distance or shorter routes, which combine important starting points with significant tourist destinations in the region - Stiavnicke hills.
- Green hiking trails are usually signs of access roads to interesting tourist destinations.
- Yellow hiking trails are very short or only clusters that connect and allow the transition from one hiking route to another. They allow you to create different variants of selected hiking trails or crossings between tourist marked trails of other colors.