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Head to Central Europe and explore the stunning Slovakia on a unique mountain climbing trip you will never forget. Explore-share.com helps you book your next Mountain Climbing trip in Slovakia!

Located in Central Europe, Slovakia is a mountain climbing haven with the stunning Tatras, which belong to the Carpathian mountains, extending all along its northern half. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Mountain Climbing trips in Slovakia. The mountains are calling!

Mountain Climbing in Slovakia

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FAQs: Mountain Climbing in Slovakia

What should I know about Mountain Climbing Slovakia?

Slovakia is a breathtaking country with beautiful forests, lakes, and mountains. The Tatra Mountain Range, which belongs to the Carpathian Mountains, features the highest and also the most stunning peaks in the region. Gerlachovský štít, also known as Mt. Gerlach, at an altitude of 2,655 meters, is the highest mountain in the country, and a great place to go mountain climbing. Programs to reach the Gerlach summit are usually 1-day long and require a good fitness level. Of course, it is only one of many gorgeous mountains to explore. The pristine wilderness of Slovakia makes it a unique destination for nature lovers and the local culture, architecture, and food, make it an ideal spot for holidays and travel.

Why should I choose Slovakia for my Mountain Climbing adventure?

Discover the stunning Tatras

With its awe-inspiring wilderness, the Tatra range that belongs to the Carpathian mountains and features breathtaking landscapes is a unique location for mountain climbing opportunities.

Explore the Slovakia caves and rivers

Slovakia is famous for its caves and stalactites, and meandering rivers that pierce the forested mountainous landscapes.

Enjoy the unique Slovakian culture

The heartwarming cuisine and local folk tradition is the perfect complement to a thrilling mountain climbing adventure in Slovakia.

What can I expect from the weather in Slovakia?

Average temperatures in the mountains of Slovakia range between 4 °C in summer and -10 °C in winter.

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How can I get to Slovakia?

Bratislava is 335 km away from the Tatras, and you can either drive or take a train to Poprad, the city at the base of the Tatras.

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

The best time to visit Slovakia for mountain climbing is in the summer months, between the months of June and September.

What people are saying about Mountain Climbing | Slovakia



Great service, great guides, great trip. worth all the money. Thank you!😀



I had a nice time with the guide , he had to change the place and the date we climbed , because the weather was absolutely not favorable for the climb I originally booked ... I wonder what happens if the trip is canceled because the weather won’t allow it



Great experience!



Very nice climb of Gerlach with guide Robert Vrlak in early November. Convenient arrangement for this 1-day climb with Robert picking up at the local hotel and a short drive to the trailhead. Beautiful scenery and a fairly straightforward route with mostly trekking and scrambling but full winter conditions at higher elevations made this climb extra fun and a little more challenging than expected. Would greatly recommend it!

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