In the morning, we’ll head straight into the Slovak paradise. Through the High Tatras and Low Tatras National Parks a 3 and half -hour journey takes us to the Slovak paradise National Park.
Your well-appointed accommodation will provide you with an excellent dinner, and breakfast the next day.
The Sucha Bela canyon is the most favorite, beautiful and romantic place you can visit here. You will experience many ladders, chains and footbridges. Trips to this gorge are unforgettable experience with magical views and stunning nature.
During the whole hike, the tourist pathway leads along the stream. In narrow places, there are wooden footbridges and also some ladders. You will see many waterfalls: Misové vodopády, Korytový vodopád and Okienkový vodopád. After the rain and in the beginning of spring, the level of water in streams is higher and the pathway is sometimes full of muddy sections, and rocks can be possibly slippery; therefore, it is necessary to wear high waterproof trekking boots with Vibram sole. On your way you will see many waterfalls as well.
This canyon is one of the most visited; that’s why we don’t recommend hiking here in the period of summer holidays – July and August. On the other hand, the most beautiful hikes can be carried out in April and May, and during autumn.
Late afternoon, after the tour we’ll visit Spis Castle, one of the largest mediaeval castles in central Europe.
Only 20 minutes from our hotel.
Surrounding beautiful nature is full of streams, high waterfalls, small lakes and various deeps. This area was inaccessible for a long time. It had to be closed after a big fire in 1976 and re-opened after building of ferrates in August last year.
The ferrata route itself takes only 2 hours.
However, it takes 1,5 hours to come to the ferrata route through very popular Tomasovsky výhlad, with breathtaking views. From the Kysel ferrata we’ll continue to the Velky Kysel gorge, it takes more than 1 hour.
Total tour duration is about 6 hours.
Due to the nature protection regulations, the ferrata Kysel is opened from June 15th to October 31 st.
Due to its difficulty level, the hike is not recommended to children younger than 6 years. However, our recommendation is a minimal age of 15 years.
The Falcon Valley is the wildest gorge with the highest waterfall in the Slovak Paradise National Park – Závojový vodopád (70 m), which is the third highest waterfall in Slovakia.
The hike is moderately difficult.
There are many waterfalls on relatively short route of the gorge. It is moderately difficult round hike. The first part goes along the exposed canyon section of so-called Prielom Hornádu secured by the footbridges, chains, footboards and ladders. It is important to be very careful during the crossing. The second part consists of a hike on a comfortable terrain on the pathways in woods, and the whole hike ends in Kláštorisko.
After breakfast, we’ll start heading back towards Bratislava, passing the High Tatras National Park. We’ll stop there for short break.
Through the High Tatras and Low Tatras National Parks a three and half-hour journey takes us back to Bratislava and Vienna.
2-3 travelers: EUR 550.00 per person
4-5 travelers: EUR 450.00 per person
6-8 travelers: EUR 390.00 per person
Youth (15-17 years): 1-7 travelers EUR 390.00 per person
We do not operate this tour in July and August because of crowded paths.
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