Let’s enjoy autumn in the High Tatra mountains in Slovakia!
This trip is an easier version of our trip in July. We take advantage of the Sep 28 public holiday so you will only need to take one day off.
Maximum number of participants: 10
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Some of you requested a trip to High Tatras accessible to more casual hikers. So, here you have it!
Beware that this trip is easier, not easy! You still need to be reasonably fit and used to walking. I planned the hikes so they don’t exceed some 16 km and 800 meters of vertical gain in a day.
We will see lakes, waterfalls and enjoy the skyline of the peaks without actually climbing them!
Our hiking base will be at Štrbské pleso from where we set off on three day-hikes.
We take advantage of the Czech public holidays on September 28 (The St. Wenceslas Day) so you will only need to take one day of holidays on Monday 27th.
Meeting at the Prague Main Train Station at 21:00.
Overnight train journey on a sleeper train.
In the morning arrival to Štrbské Pleso. We will leave our belongings in the hotel and set off on the first hike.
Full day hike
Breakfast and packing
Train journey back to Prague
For the plan of the hikes, please email me at email@example.com.
Good health and physical fitness is necessary!
You’ll stay in a 2-star hotel about 100 meters from the Štrbské pleso lake in apartments for 4-6 persons with bathroom and fully fitted kitchens.
Bedding and towels are provided.
Sturdy hiking shoes, windproof/waterproof jacket, clothes for 4 days, hat (to protect you from sun and/or wind, sun screen, pyjamas/comfortable clothes for sleeping, toiletries and day pack.
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Watch a video from our High Tatras trip in 2019!
Courtesy of Prabashwara Seneviratne, bash.lk
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The price includes: Round-trip train ticket from Prague to the High Tatras, all local transport, 3 nights accommodation, mandatory Travel Agency Insurance against bankruptcy and photos from the trip.
Half-board (breakfast and dinner) in a nice local restaurant can be arranged at a reduced price. You will be informed about the offer a few weeks before the trip.
Travel health insurance. I strongly advise you to arrange one because your regular health insurance (e.g. EHIC) wouldn’t cover, for example, an emergency helicopter transport. It is extremely unlikely you will need that but better to be safe than sorry! Insure yourself for about 100 Kč and have a peace of mind!
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Use your employee benefit card or vouchers to pay for this trip! We accept Sodexo Flexi Pass Card and vouchers, Edenred Card and vouchers, Benefity.cz card, Benefit Plus card and Benefitka card!
Max. number of participants: 10 people
I look forward to discovering High Tatras with you!
If you have any questions about this trip, feel free to drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Contact Form HERE