List of all accessible peaks in the High Tatras, where you do not need the services of mountain guides.
Slavkovský peak is a prospective peak visited by tourists and has a wide broad peak on the end of south-eastern fork which runs from Východná Vysoká. On the north, there are many steep ribs and gorges heading to Veľká Studená valley while on the south there is just brash. There have lived chamois which have […]
Svinica is one of the best prospective peaks which rises in the western part of High Tatras. The most advantageous starting point to reach Svinica is from Poland, from Zakopane. There is also Slovak starting point in Podbanské through Tichá valley, Kasprov peak, Ľaliové saddle, Krajná and Predná kopa through Svinské saddle, although the track […]
According to the legend, Kriváň is bent because once there flew an angel who accidentally brushed it and bent it what contributed to its beauty. ON the peak, there is Cyril-Metodius cross. The starting points of the track to Kriváň are in Štrbské Pleso, from the parking next to the former Chalet of Cpt. Raša, […]
The name of the ridge is derived from the places which were established for their herds by shepherds from Štrba and Važec. In the 20th century, there was a ski lift built and later up to today there has been opened chalet under the Solisko. The starting point to the Predné Solisko is in Štrbské Pleso, […]
The name of the peak comes from the Kôprová valley, which was named by the little plant ligusticum mutellina. There goes a nice path to the peak from Vyšné Kôprovské saddle. The starting point of the track is usually Štrbské Pleso.
Rysy (2499 m) is the border peak between Slovakia and Poland in the main ridge of High Tatras. It has 3 peaks – prospective north-western (border) one, middle (main) one and south-eastern, the shortest one. There are three ridges running from the peak – to the north towards Malé rysy, to the south through Váha […]
The peak is situated between Polish ridge and Prielom. The name of the peak describes its location to the other peaks and provides very nice views from the top. It is more or less easily accessible by a touristic path from Polish ridge. The most frequent starting point of the track is from the southern […]
The second highest peak of High Tatras is accessible by a cable car from Tatranská Lomnica or by the one from Skalnaté tarn. There is observatory in the peak, which nowadays belongs to the hydro-meteorological institute of SAV and since 1962 there has been also physical-astronomic observatory of SAV.
Jahňací peak (2229 m) is the most eastern peak of High Tatras. There are four ridges, running from the peak – south-western towards Kolové saddle with touristic track, north-western – separating Jahňací kettle from Kolová valley, north-eastern – belongs to Kopské saddle and south-eastern – separating Červená valley from the valley of Biele tarns. There […]