Top 10 Longest Ski Runs in Slovakia

Top 10 Longest Ski Runs in Slovakia

1. Tatranská Lomnica, High Tatras Mountains: Lomnické sedlo - Tatranská Lomnica

Length: 5500 m
Elevation: 1300 m
Average slope: 24%

The longest ski run in Slovakia is also the highest situated and offers the highest elevation in the Tatras at all. The slopes start at 2190 meters. at the top station of the chairlift to Lomnický saddle. The first 700 meters of the slope is tiller-intensive. Then the downhill corresponds to the red color, twisting around the Rocky Ball, continuing through the steep passage of the General and passing through the broad deforested slopes of the Čučoriedky. The ski slopes from Štart to Tatranská Lomnica can be handled by beginners - skiers and snowboarders.
The technical snow of the ski run is built on a stretch from Skalnaté pleso to Tatranská Lomnica.
To reach the summit, take the three lifts: a fast 6-seater Tatranska Lomnica - Štart, a funicular Štart - Skalnaté pleso and a 2-seat Skalnaté pleso - Lomnické saddle.

2. Jasná, Low Tatras: Chopok - Lúčky

Length: 5100 m
Elevation: 1060 m
Average slope: 21%

The second longest ski run in Slovakia starts from Chopok peak through Konský Grúň, Pekná vyhliadka and Rovná hoľa to Lúčky. The ski slopes start at an altitude of 2003 meters and end up 943 meters above sea level. It is technically snowy throughout.

To get to the summit, take the three lifts: a quick 6-seater Lúčky - Vyhliadka, a fast 6-seater Záhradky - Priehyba and a funicular Priehyba - Chopok. The ski run is accessible from the south as well.

3. Ružomberok - Malino Brdo, Velka Fatra Mountains: Malino Brdo - Hrabovo

Length: 3800 m
Elevation: 660 m
Average slope: 17%

The top of this ski run in Slovakia is situated at an altitude of 1209 meters and offers interesting views of Liptovská kotlina and surrounding Slovak mountains. The slopes will delight carving fans thanks to their special width, mainly at the top. It is technically snowy throughout.

Go to top with an 8-lane cable car and 4-seater chairlift.

4. Kubínska hoľa, Orava region: Minčol peak - parking place

Length: 2700 m
Elevation: 640 m
Average slope: 24%

The longest ski run in Orava region is in Kubinska hoľa ski resort. It is technically snowy throughout.

To reach the summit, take the 4-seater chairlift and the ski lifts.

5. Kojšovská hola, Košice region: Kojšovská hoľa - Zlatá Idka

Length: 2700 m
Elevation: 465 m
Average slope: 17%

Fifth place in our ranking is Kojšovská hola ski resort, at the same time it is the longest ski run in Košice region. The ski run begins at the top station of the H130 ski lift and continues to the upper station of the cable car. This stretch is medium and technically snowy. From the upper to the lower station of the cable car leads a narrower, south-facing and undemanding ski slope. It is desirable for natural snow and therefore it is usually only open exceptionally.

To reach the summit, take the 3-chair lift and the H130 ski lift.

6. Štrbské Pleso, Tatra Mountains: Solisko - Štrbské pleso

Length: 2200 m
Elevation: 460 m
Average slope: 21%

The ski run from Solisko via Esíčko to the village of Štrbské Pleso. It is technically snowy throughout.

Predné Solisko mountain is located on the southern edge of the Tatra mountain range at the altitude of 2093 m, offers a beautiful view of the High Tatras valleys Mlynická and Furkotská valley.

To reach the summit, take a quick 4-seater chairlift.

7. Veľká Rača, Kysuce region: Marguška (4-seat top station) - Dedovka parking lot

Length: 2200 m
Elevation: 340 m
Average slope: 15%

The longest ski run in Kysuce region is in Veľká Rača ski resort. It is technically snow-covered and at its peak you can take a 4-chair lift Dedovka and a 4-chair lift Marguška.

8. Starý Smokovec, Tatra Mountains: Hrebienok - Starý Smokovec

Length: 2100 m
Elevation: 247 m
Average slope: 12%

The blue easy ski run leads to the Hrebienok land lift. It is not technically snowy and is therefore only open when there is enough natural snow.

9. Plejsy, Krompachy: Upper station 2-seater - Lower station 2-seater

Length: 2000 m
Elevation: 410 m
Average slope: 21%

While at the top the ski run is a very challenging, black slopes, the beginners can also ski there. It is technically snowy throughout. To reach the summit, take a 2-seater chairlift.

10. Roháče Spálená, Západné Tatry: Upper station 6-seater - Lower station 6-seater

Length: 2000 m
Elevation: 461 m
Average slope: 23%

The new 6-seat Rohace, built before the 2014/15 season, takes you to the top of the extended ski run, which is 2000 meters high and is technically snowy.

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