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Dog Sledding in the Tatras

Dog Sledding in the Tatras

Dog sledding is a traditional form of transport across the snow-covered plains in winter. Enjoy riding a dog-powered sled through the beautiful winter landscape of the Tatra Mountains. As part of the trip, you will learn how to build a fire on the snow and prepare (then feast on) genuine highland goulash.

The Dead Bats Cave

The Dead Bats Cave

A real adventure awaits you in an extraordinary cave hidden deep in the Low Tatras mountains, where an explorer years ago discovered the bodies of hundreds of bats. A strenuous hike through splendid scenery leads to the cave opening. Then, dressed in special equipment, small groups can explore the cave itself as part of a pre-arranged tour with a speleologist-instructor.

Hiking in the Tatras

Hiking in the Tatras

The Slovak mountains provide exciting opportunities for hiking amidst the region's majestic scenery. The range of well-marked paths caters to all levels of visitors, from easy walks to physically challenging trails for experienced athletes. In some cases hiking routes can be combined with rides on a funicular. Enjoy Slovakia DMC's expert team will map out the most suitable itinerary for your programme.

Hiking in the Slovak Paradise

Hiking in the Slovak Paradise

With its deep canyons, narrow ravines, and mountain creeks, the Slovak Paradise National Park is different from any of Slovakia's other national parks. Hiking trails follow its dramatic natural features, with ladders, chains and narrow footbridges attached to the rock. Although physically demanding, a hike here is an utterly memorable experience.