National Park Malá Fatra
Its main and typical features are gorges, rocky peaks and ridge walk attractive for tourists. In 1967, the part of Malá Fatra was declared as the Protected Nature Area for its unique natural beauties and richness of faunal and floral species. In 1988, this part was declared as the National Park Malá Fatra. The main subject of the protection is the area with a unique flora and fauna. The highest level of protection is determined for the unique plants, wild animals – wolf and bear.
Its area is 226 km2.
Canyon Horné Diery (Jánošikové diery)
The trek leads through the narrow canyons of Horné diery with plenty of ladders and chains, thanks to which we will cross the more difficult sections much easier. It is possible also to hike to the Malý Rozsutec (1343m) with a short and light climbing sections.
Jánošíkove Diery belong to the most beautiful tourist routes of the National Park Malá Fatra. Jánošíkové Diery is located in the Nature Reserve Rozsutec and it is a set of gorges and canyons with many waterfalls and various shapes of rocks formed by the stream Dierový potok. The circle can be walked in 2 hours, and you will see the most interesting parts of Dolné and Nové Diery, and some beautiful waterfalls, narrow valleys in Ostrvné deepened by the stream Dierový potok.
Difficulty level: easy.
The Great Circle Across Jánošíkové Diery will show you all beauties of Dolné, Nové and Horné Diery. You will cross many gorges and canyons, as well as many waterfalls and unique shapes of rocks, which were being formed by the stream Dierový potok for millenniums.
The Great Circle Across Jánošíkové Diery is a moderately difficult hike, which will show you the most beautiful parts of Nové diery, Dolné diery and Horné diery with many waterfalls and ladders. The route leads up to the saddle Medziroszutce. The return route from Medziroszutce leads along the path under the Poludňové skaly with amazing views. In the saddle, you have two additional options: it is possible to hike to the peak Veľký Rozsutec (1610 m) or Malý Rozsutec (1343 m). In Jánošíkové diery you can find 20 waterfalls in total, and various unique shapes of rocks, which create the specific climate for various floral and faunal species.
Difficulty level: moderately difficult. Half-day hike
The ridge of Malá Fatra
This beautiful hike around the Chata pod poludňovým Grúňom will get us up to the main ridge of Malá Fatra, from where we will enjoy the most beautiful views on surrounding peaks and valleys. After a short descent to the Chata pod Chlebom, we will enjoy the deserved rest in the typical mountain cottage.
Kriváň – The highest peak of Malá Fatra
It is another beautiful trek along the ridge, which ends on the highest peak of Malá Fatra – the peak called Malý fatranský Kriváň (1709 m). Then, we will continue by the ragged ridge up to the Chata pod Magurou, where we will have a short break.
Slovakian mountains are unique, but on a relatively small area, they offer very high diversity. Malá Fatra is one of the best-preserved secrets of Slovakia, and one of the most beautiful mountains in this country. The National Park Malá Fatra has the high peaks with a very rich and relatively well-preserved nature of the Western Carpathians. Rocky sceneries, valleys with massive cliffs, deep and melancholic lowlands, everything covered in the rich and unique flora provide unlimited beauty of this place. For tourists, there is well-organized system of mountain cottages with the typical relaxing atmosphere.
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