Vysoké Tatry - High Tatras Rock Climbing
Photo of High Tatras/Vysoké Tatry from south.
Vysoké Tatry - High Tatras
High Tatras are the highest sub range of Carpathian Mountains. Due to the relatively northern location the environment can be considered strictly alpine. The only difference between Alps and High Tatras is the size and there are no glaciers in High Tatras. The weather conditions are the same and even though the highest peak is only 8710 (Lomnický tít) feet high, you won't do the mistake if you treat it as 13 000er. Twice as much during winter. Most of the climbing is on granite. The highest face is 2,952 feet high north face of Malý Kemarský tít (peak), but in the area within one hours car ride you can find well secured sport climbs as well. The area is suitable for any style of climbing: ice climbs, mixed climbs, trad climbs, pure alpine acscents, sport climbs or you can do the hiking, if you do not feel like climbing.
At the moment for more details look at: tatry.nfo.sk/vthse.php
Slovakia, Bratislava, Poprad.
You need to get to city Poprad. There is a perfect train connection between Poprad and the foothill villages in area (Starý Smokovec, Tatranská Lomnica, Lysá Poľana, trbské Pleso). Each approach doesn't take more than 3 hours in ideal conditions. During winter, or unpleasant weather it may change.
Climbing Season For the Europe area.
Weather station 5.6 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Vysoké Tatry - High Tatras
Hokejka 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a Europe
: Vysoké Tatry - High Tatras
Check the details on tatry.nfo.sk/vthse.php and TOPOtatry.nfo.sk/stenae.php?kod=04... 9.(translation in progress)Route description:9. Hokejka (V+,A1 RP:6 ) 5h. F.Plek, V.Zachoval, 22.8.1950 Cermans direct variant (V) V.Maková, K.Cerman 4.8.1951 1.winter: K.Cerman O.Kopal, J.Maek, B. Nejedlo 21.4.1952 1.RP: most likely earlier, published: Horváth, Otruba, 6.7.1983, A.Formánek - E.Mlynarovičová, 7. 7. 1983, E...[more] Browse More Classics in International