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High Tatras Mountains are one of the smallest mountain ranges in the world, nevertheless, they are the highest and the only mountain range of alpine system in Slovakia. The territory of the High Tatras Mountains lies on 260 km of land. The length of the main mountain ridge is 26.5 km. It begins with Laliove sedlo on the western side and ends with Kopske sedlo on the eastern side. The longest stretch of mountains in the north - south direction is 17 km long. The state border of Slovakia and Poland runs along the main mountain ridge, starting with Laliove sedlo and leaving the High Tatras Mountains at Rysy peak. There is 25 peaks surpassing 2500 meters above the sea level. The highest point is Gerlachovsky peak. There are numerous side mountain ridges spreading out to north and south of the main High Tatra ridge, all lined by deep and rustic valleys formed by the past glacier activities. As a reminder of this magnificent era the High Tatras uncover 85 mountain lakes on the Slovak side of the mountains. The largest and deepest lake is Velke Hincovo pleso (20 ha, 53 m deep). Modre pleso has the highest elevation of all the tarts in the High Tatras Mountains. The beauties of Tatra sceneries are enhanced by numerous waterfalls. Some of the most important are Vajanskeho, Kmetov, Hviezdoslavov, Obrovsky, Waterfall Skok and waterfalls Studeneho potoka. High Tatras Mountains region is a frequent target of visitors from all thr Europe and other continents, because of their unique beauty, wide possibilities of tourism, mountain climbing and skiing. The territory of the High Tatras Mountains, together with adjoining Belianske and Western Tatras, form the most important national park of Slovakia - The Tatra National Park.

Guided Tours in the High Tatras Mountains

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