Ascent to Baranie rohy, 2526 meters above sea level, is one of the simpler hikes. It is a sought-after and popular tour in summer or winter.
This massive peak stands about a hundred meters from the main ridge of the High Tatras. It has two peaks on the top plateau – southeast – main and northwest. They rise above the Valley of Päť Spišských plies, above Veľká Zmrzlá and Čierna dolina.
Baranie rohy are among the most easily accessible, albeit for hikers unmarked peaks over 2,500 m above sea level. Regular ascent leads either:
- from Chata pri Zelenom plese via Veľká Zmrzlá dolina and via Baranie sedlo,
- or from Téryho chata through the Basin of Päť Spišských plies and through Baranie sedlo,
- ascent and descent can also be combined
Total Ascent: 1250 m
Duration: circa 8 hours
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The Mountain Guides Association brings together leaders with a valid international certificate UIAGM-IVBV-IFMGA, which are abbreviations for the worldwide Union of Mountain Guides. They provide leadership and guide services in mountainous terrain throughout the year. In addition to guide services, they also organize ski mountaineering tours, ice climbing, avalanche courses, etc.