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Through Zelené pleso to Jahňací štít

Very nice all-day hike for more demanding and skilled hikers. There are more possible ways how to get to the peak. The shortest track to Chata pri Zelenom plese („The Chalet at the Green Tarn“) leads from a bus stop Biela voda – 2,5 h. ( ). The comfortable trail leads through woods and meadows and in higher altitude we are able to observe the beauties of the High and Belianske Tatras. At the chalet we can relax and refresh ourselves before the next more difficult steep ascent on a stony trail and steps where we sometimes have to help ourselves with hands into Červená dolina („Red Valley“). Along the way we see smaller but very nice Červené tarn and Belasé tarn. We climb to a Kolové sedlo (saddleback) through an unpaved trail and stone rubble where is exposed terrain secured by chains. We continue from a part called Kolový priechod on a narrow stone trail along the ridge with light climbing passages up until the peak Jahňací štít – 2 hours ( ). There are countless amounts of chamois’ on the way. From the top we have beautiful views of Belianske Tatras, Lomnický štít, Kolová dolina but also other two valleys – Dolina Bielych plies and Dolina Kežmarskej Bielej vody.


Prevýšenie cca 1 320 m
Dĺžka 19,8 km (9,9 km , 9,9 km )
Čas 8:05 h (4,25 h, 3,40 h)
Terén kamenný chodník, suť, exponovaný úsek istený reťazami
Východiskový bod Kežmarská Biela voda



Total Ascent cca 1 320 m
Trail Lenght 19,8 km (9,9 km , 9,9 km )
Duration 8:05 h (4,25 h, 3,40 h)
Terrain rocky path, stone rubble, stone steps, exposed terrain secured by chains
Starting point Kežmarská Biela voda


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