Slovakia literally lies in the heart of Europe, bordering Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, the Ukraine and Hungary. The country boasts nine national parks, and there is hardly a mountain not under natural protection. Slovakia is a primarily mountainous country and this, along with the midland climate, create great skiing conditions. Above all, the Tatras enjoy these ideal natural conditions, where winter sports developed in the local centres from the 19th century. Today, in addition to the famous ski centres in the Tatras and Fatras, there are also many centres in smaller mountains with good pistes, so that it’s possible to ski in nearly every Slovakian region.

Ski Areas in Slovakia

High Tatras

High Tatras

The High Tatras ski area encompasses approx. 31 km of excellently prepared piste. It consists of the five centres Tatranska Lomnica, Strbske Pleso, Stary Smokovec, Zdiar and Bachledova Dolina. The slopes reach to approx. 2,000 m, offering snow security in …

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