• Trip duration
    3 days
  • Trip level
  • Max people per guide
    5 people
  • Mountain range
  • Best period
    Mar, Apr


Steep ascents and never-ending descents await on this unforgettable classic Tatra Haute Route ski tour!

Although the mountains are much smaller, the crossing of the Tatra passes is comparable in difficulty and beauty to the legendary Haute Route in the Alps. With this Tatra Haute Route ski tour, you’ll fall in love with these beautiful mountains.

The Tatras run along the border between Slovakia and Poland. Both sides of the border are popular for summer and winter sports and are protected areas.

Flora and fauna abound, so this trip will allow you to reconnect with nature in an incredibly beautiful surrounding. You may even get to see marmots, lynxes and bears!

I can take a maximum of 10 people (5 people per guide) on this 3-day Tatra Haute Route ski tour. Additionally, take into account that March and April are the best months to conduct this expedition.

If you’d like to check out some of the other programs I offer, don’t hesitate to take a look at my ice climbing program in the Tatras or my Pysny Peak ascent.

Join me on this expedition and explore the best the Tatras have to offer. This is the perfect chance to get to know this corner of the world in the company of a local guide!


Day 1


Arrival to the Popradske Pleso hut, easy hike in the hut’s surroundings, checking of current conditions, avalanche rescue training

Day 2

Popradske Pleso hut to Zbojnicka hut

Popradske Pleso hut – Vychodna Zelezna brana – Gerlachovske spady – Kacacia dolina (valley) – Litvorova dolina (valley) – Prielom – Zbojnicka hut

Length: 9 km
D+: 1500 meters
D-: 900 meters

Day 3

Zbojnicka hut to Zelene

Zbojnicka hut– Priecne sedlo – Teryho hut– Baranie sedlo – Zelene Pleso hut– Biela Voda – bus stop

Price per person

Group of 5180EUR

Price includes

  • Guiding fee

Other details


In mountain huts.

More info

Price for accommodation and meals is not included (around €60).

Please bring with you:
– ski-mountaineering or free-ride equipment (skis with ski-mountaineering bindings, ski boots, ski-poles, etc.).
– avalanche set (locator, probe and shovel)
– crampons, ice-axe
– harness (for climbing or ski-mountaineering)
– ski or climbing helmet
– backpack (30 -35 liters)
– proper clothing (also extra clothing: gloves, hat, socks)
– water bottle (1 liter) or camelback
– headtorch, extra batteries

*You can borrow most of the equipment

- Recommended equipment: first-aid-kit, sunscreen, sunglasses, energy bars, slippers for cottage.