Mountaineer guide, Trekking

Slovenia, Logar Valley – Amazing Starting Point for Trekking
Published: 18.5.2017
Logar valley is a beautiful valley in the north of Slovenia. A 6 kilometer long path goes through the valley and ends at the rock of limestone massif. It costs 7 euro to enter the Logar Valley if you travel by car. The entrance gate is situated 4 kilometers northwest from the town of Solcava.

SK: High Tatras – Trek Up to Jehneci Pyramidal Peak
Published: 23.11.2016
Vysoke Tatra sis one of the most beautiful nature gems in Slovakia. These high mountains lure tourists for their grandiosity, monumentality and immesurable beauty of their deep valleys and sharp pyramidal peaks reaching up to the skies. Jehneci pyramidal peak (2 230 m) one of the accessible summits in the High Tatras. The climb is amazing and valuable experience.

Austria, Dachstein: Hoher Dachstein – Climbing the Highest Summit
Published: 17.11.2016
The highest peak of Dachstein is called Hoher Dachstein. It is a massive mountain rising to 2 995 m. You can find it above sleep southern slopes. You can reach the glacier are below the summit either by walking from the northwest (usually from Adamek Hütte and Simony Hütte). You will go along ferratas along the southern slope. Or you can take the Südwandbahn cable car (as we mentioned in our previous articles).

Austria, Dachstein: Der Johann – Long Klettersteig Along Steep Southern Slope II
Published: 10.11.2016
We are at Südwandblick, a resting area at 2510 meters. We have just written our names into the summit book of records. Now we can go on and we are still not at our final destination. Through C/D section we got atop a terrace at high altitude. There you can barely reach rope on the wall separating you from the abyss (if you are not tall). The trail from here is, however, easy. The height however is awesome.

Rakousko, Dachstein: Der Johann – A Long Klettersteig on the Steep Southern Slope
Published: 3.11.2016
Der Johann is the king of all Dachstein ferratas (klettersteig). This is thanks to its location, difficulty and the lenght. It easy to access. Red dots mark it all the way. I tis recommended to park your car at the bottom station of the Dachstein Südwandbahn cable car. Once there, set off to the righ along the cables in the direction upwards to Südwand Hütte. You get under the cables when the trail swerves westards. In 40 minutes of walk you get to beautiful stone paved trail. However, you just go around it. By following the directions you will move in the northwest direction and there you board the klettersteig after an hour of walk.

Austria, Dachstein: Mountain Giant – The Northewestern Part of the Massif
Published: 27.10.2016
The northwest of Dachsteinu is characteristic for raising slightly. There are also glaciers. You can’t get to the top no other way than going on your own (there are no cable cars). The western part of Dachstein has only one large mountain cabin Adamek Hütte (2 196 m n. m.), ke které se nejlépe dostanete od Gosausee (10 minutes by car from Gosau village). I tis a beautiful lake great for taking a swim shielded by two thousand meters high mountains in the south.

Austria, Dachstein: Mountain Giant – Southern Slopes
Published: 20.10.2016
Dachstein massif can be accessed from any direction. There are many advantages to every of them. The most popular are cable cars (we told you about them in the first part of the series). Dachstein Südwandbahn is a cable car in the south. It takes you almost one kilmoeter up above the clouds in just ten minutes. There is a restaurant at the upper cable car station. You can find it on the top of Hunerkogel mountain.

Austria, Dachstein – Rocky Giant
Published: 13.10.2016
Autumn is already there in Lower Austria. The autumn is linked with wine. There are over 100 Lower Austrian towns preparing celebrations.

Germany, Wolkenstein Switzerland – Ferrates for Beginning and Experienced Climbers
Published: 28.7.2016
No one was born all-knowing. One has to try ferrates before knows their secrets. Where to find them? Near Czech-German borderline. There are ferrates of three difficulties and you can train there all day long without being disturbed by crowds of other ferrate fans.

Germany: Auersberg – 2nd Highest Mountain in Saxony
Published: 11.7.2016
Sun beams peak from behind fluffy clouds to dry puddles on a forest path. Water flowing down the stream flows over bumpy bed. Dropplets covered moss covered trunks with drew. The air smells of needles and resin.

SK: High Tatras – Hiking Up Koprovsky Peak
Published: 29.6.2016
It is not necessary to provide you with some extensive introduction of the High Tatras. These mountains are simply splendid. They lay in the heart of Europe, being a well-known and popular destination among domestic and foreign tourists. Mostly those who love alpine treks travel here frequently. Koprovsky peak (2367 m) is one of the most famous and most visited points of interest there.

SK, High Tatras - Climbing up the Furkotsky Shield
Published: 27.4.2016
One beautiful day we came into conclusion to climb one of the Tatranian shields. Therefore, we travelled to Strbske Pleso lake and from there we set off for the Salisko summit.

SK, Chocske Hills – Up to the Sky
Published: 10.3.2016
There soon will be spring. And a new tourist season as well. Please accept our invintation for this slightly difficult yet beautiful climb to one of the most beautiful summits in Slovakia – Velky Choc.

SK, Mala Fatra: Beaut Named Velky Rozsutec – VIDEO
Published: 16.2.2016
Tourism is great in winter as well. And this was our motto for our trip to the Mala Fatra Mountains and its peak Velky Rozsutec, the dominant sight of the mountain range.

Eastern Slovakia, Vihorlat II – Into the Wild
Published: 13.12.2015
The weather in the following morning was amazing and sunny. Upon packing all of our things we set off. Following the yellow tourist trail we reached a red route. Then we followed the green route which got us to Polana. There we climbed an unmarked trail up to the summit of the Vihorlat, the peak of the day.

East Slovakia, Vihorlat I – Into the Wild
Published: 6.12.2015
The Vihorlat (or the Vihorlat Hills) is a volcanic mountain range south of the Bukovske Hills. Majority of this mountain range formed in the Neogene. Its geomorphological formation finished about 9 million years ago.

Eastern Slovakia, Bukovske Hills III – Into the Wild
Published: 29.11.2015
On the following day, we woke up in sunny yet quite cold morning. We packed our things, ate something and set off to another day in the Bukovske Hills, especially after we found out how many spiders accompanied us in our sleep and how many holes are in the hut. Our plan for that day was to descend following the red tourist trail. We would travel through Ruske, once a village, Zalomy saddle to Runina village. The hike would take us around3 hours. However, actually it was one hour longer as we stopped often to take breathtaking pictures or to rest

Germany, Saxon Switzerland – Pfaffenstein and Barbarine
Published: 23.11.2015
The beauty of the rocks lays in their grey color, variety, uniqueness, and silence with which they stand in nature. The stone is inanimate but the rock breathes and beats like your heart once you are on the top. We set of to Pfaffenstein mountain and Barbarine rock pinnacle. Both of the localities are along Saxon Switzerland’s most beautiful trail.

East Slovakia, Bukovske Hills II – Into the Wild
Published: 22.11.2015
After a long train ride we finally reached the easternmost village in Slovakia – Nove Sedlice. It was raining heavily at the time of our arrival therefore we headed right towards Kremenec guest house. Except for affordable prices they have quite good food. And we couldn’t refuse east Slovakian beer Saris. It was pretty water compared to Czech beers.

Germany, Saxon Switzerland – Trek Up to the Tall Mountain Around
Published: 16.11.2015
Right behind Decin the gates of Saxon Switzerland open. The origin of its name come from the times of two Swiss young men studying in Dresden who said the area reminds them of home.

East Slovakia, Bukovske Hills I – Into the Wild
Published: 15.11.2015
Bukovske hill is slightly low geological formation in Slovakian east partially being on Polish territory in its north and partially the Ukrainian on its east. Much of the territory is protected by the UNESCO and a part of the Poloniny national park which was declared in 1997.

Austria, Drachenwand Ferrate: Fitness, Strenght, Experience
Published: 1.11.2015
In case you are looking for a more complex ferrate then visit Drachenwand in the Austrian Alps. To get grandiose look over Mondsee and Dachstein you need to be physically fit, have inner strength and experience. Thanks to this you will enjoy your climb up the Dragon Wall (Drachenwand) and also the view of the Alps.

Austria, Bad Ischl – Alpine Panorama from the Top of Katrine Ferrate
Published: 19.10.2015
Alpine air, mountains, lakes, and the peaks of majestic giants, and Dachstein glacier in the background. Such are the moments you can experience at Katrin ferrate that is at the altitude of 1542 meters.

Austria: Traunstein – The Guarding Ferrata of the Salt Chamber
Published: 12.10.2015
Lets see one of the most beautiful via ferrates in the Alps. Calm surface of blue salt Traunstein lake is beneath you guarded by the Julian Alps. Dachstein bows in the distance, Totes Gebirge and Bohemian Forest are in the distance. This is Traunstein.

Germany, Saxon Switzerland– Häntzschelstiege, A Beginner’s Ferrate
Published: 5.10.2015
Metal sound of carabiners, metal ladder, craps, sharp edges of the rock, unforgettable vista of Labe valley.

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