As high as it gets

Head to Tatranská Lomnica in the High Tatras. This is the highest ski resort in Slovakia (2190 metres above sea level). The longest ski slope (5.5 kilometres) stretches from the steepness of Lomnické sedlo saddle, and there are twelve kilometres of trails for all difficulty levels. Don’t miss the fantastic experience of a visit to Lomnický štít peak by cable car from Skalnaté pleso mountain lake.

Photo: Marek Hajkovský, TMR Vysoké Tatry

An extreme black run: up to a 40% gradient in the first 500 metres!

Get ready to experience a steep slope in a deep basin with an iconic summit section nestled in the lap of the High Tatra peaks with spectacular views. Skiing connoisseurs will appreciate the fact that Lomnické sedlo saddle only has natural snow.

Photo: TMR Vysoké Tatry

Measure your speed on the Čučoriedky slope

Experience what it’s like to be a Ski World Cup racer and enjoy the slalom gates at the 400-metre timed section. The Audi Ski arena in Tatranská Lomnica has a separate area so you don’t risk bumping into other skiers. Go all out!

Photo: Marek Hajkovský, TMR Vysoké Tatry

An adventurous bivouac amidst the peaks

Try Snow Camp at Skalnaté pleso mountain lake. Pitch your tent, prepare your dinner on a gas cooker, and listen to the stories of an experienced mountain guide. A fresh breakfast will be waiting for you at a nearby restaurant. This unique experience needs to be booked in advance. You can do so up until mid-March, depending on the snow conditions.

Photo: Marek Hajkovský, TMR Vysoké Tatry

A romantic night on the second highest peak or dinner by a mountain lake

Take the cable car to the top of Lomnický štít peak and spend a magical night in the highest wooden apartment in Slovakia. Until May, you can also enjoy an unconventional evening a little lower – yet still close to the stars – at Skalnaté pleso mountain lake. At an altitude of 1751 metres above sea level, you can enjoy a superb dinner accompanied by live music, climb the observation tower, and gaze at the starry sky with astronomers.

Photo: Martin Šopinec, SLOVAKIA TRAVEL

Carving on the morning’s “corduroy”

Take advantage of the slopes before they open, and be the first to enjoy this perfectly groomed terrain. An extraordinary skiing experience awaits you on these empty slopes. After your run, enjoy a fresh breakfast prepared on the slopes to replenish your energy and have a morning coffee to get you off to a great start for the day.

Photo: Marek Hajkovský, TMR Vysoké Tatry