Photogallery: SK, Mala Fatra – The Frozen Klak Waterfall
SK, Mala Fatra – The Frozen Klak Waterfall
heading (paragraph): Nature
No. of pictures: 41 pictures
Enjoy, together with us, a winter ascent to the Slovak national natural monument - the Klak Waterfall. Access is possible from multiple sides. The esasier one is from Vrícko. The first part of the route stretches through the picturesque valley along the Vríca creek, where you can also roast bacon in the forest in winter. The trail is marked with a green tourist sign. The second part of the tour is steeper and leads to the forest. A well-visible forest path leads you directly to the waterfall. During the winter you will find beautiful snowy scenery, frozen "paintings" of the Vríca creek and last but not least Kľaký ledfall.
Text and photos: Karol Kobelt (www.karolkobella.sk)
Edited by: Infoglobe
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