Birding · Fall Colors · Lake · River/Creek · Spring · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
An easy hike on a wide road.
Need to Know
The whole region is famous for spotting brown bears. Some bears protections are recommended.
This is a stunning and easy hike, that is dog friendly. End this awesome hike by rewarding yourself to food and drink in the chalet.
As a hike, this is will take about 3 hours each way (shorter if your running it). Start at the Biela Voda parking lot (there is a fee). You could also take a bus from Tatranska Lomnica and bus leaves you right there at parking lot.
Hike through the forest passing by Salviovy pramen (sage blooming spring). After about two hours of hiking, you begin to enter the whole valley surrounded with stunning mountains. There is also the longest climbing wall in the High Tatras National Park here, called Maly Kezmarsky Stit.
This is a great spot for seeing wildflowers and the creek. If you look, there are blueberries in the summertime. The most rewarding spot is to see the chalet itself sitting by Green Lake below the steep mountain range which divides into three valleys. This area is usually covered with snow until late summer.
Flora & Fauna
Wildflowers, combination leaves and needless tree, Rowan tree (Jarabina Vtacia ) with red bulbs blooming and even grooving blueberries
Shared By: Richard Kertesz