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Discover Three Slovak National Parks in One Week

Discover Three Slovak National Parks in One Week, Slovakia Travel, Location Mala Fatra National Park
Mala Fatra National Park is spectacular area with interesting limestone outcrops and towers, good ridge walking and some superb gorge walking. You can find a wide diversity of natural features ranging from meadow-covered ridges, through rugged rocky slopes, canyons, gorges, to deep and silent valleys. The Highest Peak is Krivan (1,709 metres above the sea level) and the typical peak that dominates the range is Velky Rozsutec (1,610 metres above the sea level).
Mala Fatra is an ideal destination for all who likes walks through forests, gorges, towers, ridges connected with folk architecture (villages of Stefanova and Podsip), and folklore that is connected with Janosik, who is a Slovak national hero, may be enjoyed when visiting this park.

High Tatra National Park
The High Tatra National Park is the largest and most important Natural Reserve in Slovakia, with its challenging hikes and breathtaking views; it rivals any mountain range in the world. Though compact, the peaks and landscapes are monumental - with 35 valleys, over 90 lakes and crashing waterfalls into impressive gorges. The Tatras are easily accessed from Poprad, where we will be based for the duration of the trip, with daily hikes taking us to beautiful landscapes, rugged peaks and interesting sights.

Slovak Paradise National Park
The national park of Slovak Paradise (Slovensky Raj) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Slovakia. Lovers of adventure and the mysterious should take a hikes along gorges of Slovak Paradise – Sucha Bela, Prielom Hornadu, Klastorisko, Velky Sokol.

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Photos of the Trip:

Mala Fatra National Park - Terchova village
Mala Fatra National Park Author: Milan Paprcka - CBS
Mala Fatra National Park - Velky Rozsutec
Mala Fatra National Park Author: Juraj Bk
Mala Fatra National Park - View from peak of Chleb
Mala Fatra National Park Author: psyloo
High Tatras National Park - Zabie lakes in Mengusovska valley
High Tatras National Park Author: Miloš Mihalik
High Tatras National Park - A view from Rysy
High Tatras National Park Author: Karolina P.
High Tatras National Park - Strbske lake
High Tatras National Park Author: RomanV
High Tatras National Park - Waterfall Skok
High Tatras National Park Author: fotobradley
Slovak Paradise National Park - Prielom Hornadu
Slovak Paradise National Park Author: vaso77
Slovak Paradise National Park - Klastorisko
Slovak Paradise National Park Author: Harsanyi Istvan
Slovak Paradise National Park - Paradise for winter climbing
Slovak Paradise National Park Author: vaso77