Low Tatras is Slovakia’s biggest national park (slov. Národný park Nízke Tatry- NAPANT) and second, after High Tatras, most visited mountain range in the country. The highest peaks are located in the western part of the massif where, on the steep slopes, flocks of timid Tatra chamois can often be spotted. The massif of Chopok (2024m) is also the largest ski resort in this part of Europe. The eastern part of the range, which stretches to the east of Certovica Pass, is much less developed and less visited section of the park. In the Chopok massif there are about 34km of piste. There are also various off-piste freeride zones and the 90 kilometre ridge of the massif is a popular ski touring destination.
www.napant.sk/en/ - Park's official website
www.jasna.sk/en/ - skiing/accommodation info
www.chatamrs.sk - Štefanikova mountain chalet
www.kamennachata.sk - Kamenna mountain hut
www.heartofeurope.co.uk/slovakia_spa.htm - a list of spas in Slovakia
slovakia.travel - national tourism portal of Slovakia
I have wonderful memories of skiing at Jasna and the wonderful hot chocolates they made.
We stayed in a beautiful wooden spacious chalet, and we were spoilt with underfloor heating, woodburner and 38" Flat screen TV, it was 5* luxury and a great surprise! A river rushed by about 10 yards from the chalet and birds chirped in the mornings. Bliss.
We found our chalet by surfing www.slovaklodge.com
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