Photogalleries: SK, Velka Fatra – A Hike Up Tlsta
SK, Velka Fatra – A Hike Up Tlsta
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Take a tourist climb with us to the majestic Velkofatranský peak Tlstá. Our starting point will be the picturesque Turčianská village of Blatnica, from where we will head through the Gaderská and Vápenná valleys to the limestone massif. Along the way, we will also pass a paleontologically or archaeologically significant natural monument - the Mažarná Cave. We will also enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks or the haze covered basin.
Text: Oskár Mažgút
Photos: Karol Kobella (www.karolkobella.sk)
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