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Did this hike in July 2018 with my 13 and 15 year old kids. We had a blast and all agreed it was one of our top 10 hikes we have ever done. We speak no Slovak but we managed to figure everything out for...More
To tell the truth, this is one of the highlights of our trip to Slovakia.
A place that is one big paradise.
There is parking for cars and the entrance costs money.
The route is not easy, there are places where the ladders are a...More
It is a marvelous experience, but during Slovak bank holidays (i.e. 5th July) there was a 30min queue at the first ladders.
A bit too difficult for a 6 year-old - we made it all OK, but it did give a bit adrenaline for us...More
Firstly don’t be put off if you (like me) only speak English. We parked at Podlesok where we got a map of the trails (a must) as there are many trails in the area. It was then a short walk to start the Sucha Bela....More
The giant ladders, wooden slats and metal grates definitely made this one of the most unique hikes I've ever done. I wanted to try one of the more remote trails that were less well-traveled, but not speaking Slovak, when I found myself at the Sucha...More
It's the most visited tail in Slovacky Raj for a reason. It offers great climbs along waterfalls and some thrills as well. If you want to avoid queues be there before 9am or 8am if prefer to enjoy beauty of the path alone and in...More
Loved this trail it was the reason we went to Slovakia in the first place. Just to mention it's 3 euros for full days parking. Plus 1.50 euro each to do the trail. Bikes down are well worth getting as the track down is a...More