Photogallery: SK: High Fatra – Amazing Mountain Range
SK: High Fatra – Amazing Mountain Range
heading (paragraph): Hills
No. of pictures: 36 pictures
One of the largest core mountain ranges in Slovakia - High Fatra offers a plethora of hiking trails, natural beauties and mysterious corners. It is a home of rare animals and still belongs to natural environment not much negatively influenced by human activity. Join us on a night and day winter walk, where you can enjoy views of the sunrise, panoramas of the surrounding mountains and city lights deep in the valleys.
Text: Oskár Mažgút
Photos: Karol Kobella (www.karolkobella.sk)
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