Liptovský Mikuláš, the main railway station
The Western Tatras (Slovak: Západné Tatry) are mountains in the Tatras, part of the Carpathian Mountains, located on the Polish-Slovak borders. The nature in this part of Tatras is wild and almost without tourist. We recommend this trip to people who want to see real and wild Slovak mountains. The place is not commercial and that is why it remains unknown for foreigners.
Ráčkova valley - Ráčkov waterfalls - Ráčkov mountain lakes, the summit Končistá 2003 m above the sea level, across the bridge we are going to reach the hill Hrubý. You will have a magnificent view and we will see even Poland. Our goal will be to reach Jakubina - 2nd highest hill in western High Tatras
After summit down hill Otrhancov where your adrenaline raises, you will feel the power and dept of the forest
20km - 8 hours of hiking.
Overnight in Liptovský Mikuláš
Visit of a beautiful Kvačianska valley, where you will see the remains of the village which was destroyed during the second world war
10-12 km – around 5 hours of walking.
Transport, tour guide, entrance fee to the national park, tea and snacks, 2-night accommodation
Food, drinks, insurance
Group of 2: EUR 170/ CZK 4250 per person
Group of 3: EUR 140/ CZK 3500 per person
Group of 4: EUR 120/ CZK 3000 per person
TRAVEL DISCOUNT ARE AVAILABLE FOR BIGGER GROUP