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Mud hiking

Mountains are adventurers best friends, right? If you go there in winter, you can have a loads of snow, skiing tours and so on. If you travel there in summer, hiking, climbing and things like that are all your options. But if you, like me, go there during the first days of the spring, you can get into a very difficult to judge situation.

Mountains are adventurers best friends, right? If you go there in winter, you can have a loads of snow, skiing tours and so on. If you travel there in summer, hiking, climbing and things like that are all your options. But if you, like me, go there during the first days of the spring, you can get into a very difficult to judge situation.

The highest places of the mountains still have got snow, but down there it is already warm weather, so the main mountain is full of mud, which is the re-orientating of the Mountain. Chopok – it’s the highest mountain of the Low Tatras mountains, and is very popular among the tourist. The places around it offer you caves with all those hard to believe ice age things and so on, but the main mountain stays calm. You can still try to hike, but that’s a “world class extreme” adventure you’re picking. The mud stops you on every step, no people around, nothing! But… you get all the mountain just for your own.

You can check the facilities, buildings, cable cars from very close, because it is abandoned at that moment. Being alone on the highest mountain of the Low Tatras has got it’s good side: you’re the king of the mountain, even if your boots are covered with mud.

written by jogintas

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