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.
Pack up the family and head to Štrbské Pleso in the High Tatras. The ski resort there offers nine kilometres of easy and intermediate slopes, catering even for beginners. Cross-country skiing enthusiasts will appreciate the resort’s eight circuits with a total length of eighteen kilometres. And the views – they are something to behold! Take the cable car to Solisko (1840 metres above sea level), and you will experience the breathtaking view of the Podtatranská kotlina basin, Kriváň peak, and the Low Tatras.
The ideal starting point for your winter hike to the mountain huts is Starý Smokovec – the oldest settlement in the High Tatras. There is no better track for sledging than the one at Hrebienok. Enjoy an exceptional cultural experience inside the giant ice structure – the Tatra Ice Dome, which offers a new thematic processing every year.
You can get almost to the top of Chopok (2004 metres above sea level) – this is the third highest peak in the Low Tatras National Park. Jasná is the largest ski resort in Slovakia. After a day’s skiing, enjoy the tropical atmosphere, a sauna, and a massage in the Tatralandia water park. Or perhaps you would rather fly and enjoy a free fall at the unique Hurricane Factory wind tunnel nearby!
It has holiday homes, quality hotels with beautiful views, wonderful spa treatments, great skiing, and plenty of socializing. The PARK SNOW Donovaly ski resort is located on the border of the Low Tatras and the Veľká Fatra National Parks. Ski down the snow-covered meadows and pastures of Záhradište and steeper slopes from the top station on Nová Hoľa at an altitude of 1361 metres. Park Snow Donovaly is famous for its professionally built and maintained obstacle course – but its real European rarity is the huge children’s area. The entire resort offers eleven kilometres of slopes – and even more cross-country skiing trails – that are accessible until 9 p.m. The ski season here lasts until the beginning of April.
Enjoy the picturesque scenery and an adrenaline-pumping freeride through the forest, and get to know the Horehronie region located at a spot where the Low Tatras, the Slovak Paradise, and the Muránska Planina National Parks all meet. The Ski Telgárt resort, right at the foot of Kráľová Hoľa hill, is one of dozens of small ski resorts in Slovakia with a certain charm.