Explore-Share logo and link to home

Ice Climbing in Slovakia: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You

4.80

(12 reviews)

Dramatic natural scenery and budget-friendly prices make Slovakia a must

Although quite small, Slovakia – a land-locked country in eastern Europe – has lots to offer to the growing number of visitors it receives every year. Mostly mountainous, the country is dominated by the High Tatras – a relatively small mountain range that it shares with Poland and where some of the world’s most famous pages of winter mountaineering have been written.

Top Ice Climbing trips | Slovakia

Contact usContact us

Need Assistance?

Our knowledgeable team is here to assist you at any moment throughout your adventure.

Trustpilot reviews
TrustScore 4.9 out of 5

(4.8)

We are rated Excellent on Trustpilot

FAQs: Ice Climbing in Slovakia

Why should I choose Slovakia for my Ice Climbing adventure?

Still off-the-beaten-path

Although you will definitely find some of the best ice climbing in Europe in the High Tatras, Slovakia is still an off-the-beaten path destination and you'll find yourself alone on most routes. Visit now before the rest of the world hears about it!

Budget-friendly

Although right next to Austria, prices on the Slovak side of the border are a lot friendlier for travellers on a limited budget.

The rich history

It is not just the amazing scenery that brings visitors to Slovakia. The country's rich history, its many castles and very friendly and welcoming people make it an increasingly popular choice.

What can I expect from the weather in Slovakia?

With most of the country covered in mountains, Slovakia is definitely chilly during the winter months (with average temperature below O°C in Bratislava during the month of January). And you can imagine it gets colder in the mountains!

Which language is predominantly spoken in Slovakia?

Slovak

What currency is accepted in Slovakia?

Euro

How can I get to Slovakia?

You can fly into the Slovak capital, Bratislava, or even fly into Vienna (which is only 35 km away) and then take a bus to cross the border into Slovakia.

What’s the country code of Slovakia?

+421

What’s the high season for Ice Climbing in Slovakia?

If ice climbing or winter mountaineering are the main focus of your trip, you'll have to visit from December to March.

What people are saying about Ice Climbing | Slovakia

Brian

5.00

Nico

5.00

Robert Vrlak was an amazing guide which we highly recommend to everyone! Stays at your own pace, explains in full detail about the plan, routes, etc, complimented with extreme knowledge about the surroundings of the area you are in. I look forward to have him as our guide in the near future, thank you Robert!

5.00

Jakub was an excellent guide. I told him of my experience and he chose a perfect route. Demanding but fun and manageable. He also gave me a great history of the route and a wealth of information about the area.

Kaci

5.00

Eduard took my husband and I ice climbing for our first time. Eduard took great care of us, had great communication and is a lovely person to spend a day with. He is an expert in the field and it shows! He took care of all the logistics on the trip to make our experience comfortable. The experience exceeded our expectations. We were both able to climb a beautiful waterfall and enjoy the High Tatras.

Ryan

5.00

Jakub was an excellent guide. I told him of my experience and he chose a perfect route. Demanding but fun and manageable. He also gave me a great history of the route and a wealth of information about the area.

Contact usContact us

Need Assistance?

Our knowledgeable team is here to assist you at any moment throughout your adventure.

Join our newsletter!

Stay up-to-date on the best adventures.