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Gerlachovsky Stit

Tatranska Polianka, Vysoke Tatry, Slovakia
+421 905 325 028
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The best hike in my life so far

You have got to be fit to get up there. You need to book your guide and it costs £125. You can get... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2017
Gabriel K
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Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Highest Point in Slovakia

A friend and I climbed the Gerlachovsky Stit on 12 June, 2017. We hired a guide through Mountain... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2017
ronaldg261
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Vancouver, Washington
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

You have got to be fit to get up there. You need to book your guide and it costs £125. You can get it down to £85 if it`s three of you plus a guide. It is worth your every penny. The views from the...More

3  Thank Gabriel K
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Reviewed 9 July 2017

A friend and I climbed the Gerlachovsky Stit on 12 June, 2017. We hired a guide through Mountain Pro Guiding and were glad we did. The weather was perfect, Tibor, our guide, was excellent, and we had an unforgettable experience matched by sensational views.

1  Thank ronaldg261
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Reviewed 26 April 2017

Gerlach is a special mountain. The high point of Slovakia, high point of the Tatra Mountains and whole Carpathians. It's a huge mountain massif with two impressive routes designed for tourist with a high mountain UIAGM/IVBV guide and a lot to offer for experienced climbers....More

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Reviewed 3 July 2016 via mobile

I took already second guided climb to the peak. One was in the end of September 2014 (exceptionally with lot of snow) and summer one in Jun as team-building with colleagues. In both case i had beautiful but different view on Tatras. Climb takes 8-10...More

1  Thank RolandNavratil
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Reviewed 13 October 2015

Awesome view from the highest peak of Slovakia. The whole trip takes approximately 6 hours and you need to have a certified mountain guide with you (1 guide can take up to 3 clients with him). Medium skilled hiker will have no problem to climb...More

Thank Matej B
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Reviewed 23 December 2014

Highest peak of Tatra Mountains at 2655 meters high. You have to book private guide to climb it. Climbed in August 2013 with R.Gajewski from ErGuide - good guide very professional - guy who climbed 8000 meters peak in Himalayas in winter !!! We climbed...More

2  Thank MARIO79
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Reviewed 17 November 2014

Climb to highest peak of Slovakia is one of peaks where you have to arrange special mountain guide. Cost is based on max. 4 clients and cost is appr. 240EU per group of 3 sharing. It is important to find good guides and check his...More

6  Thank Bob S
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Reviewed 1 September 2014

As a Slovak I was obliged to go there. We had an excellent mountain guide. The track is difficult but totally worth it.

2  Thank Katarina Z
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Reviewed 10 June 2013

highest peak of Slovakia. Very tiring route to top of peak. Orientation in time of bad weather is very difficult. Climb is from east side and descent form western side (Batizovska valey). Climb is permited with maintain guide only.

1  Thank milankov
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Reviewed 29 July 2012

You need a guide, which is not very cheap, but it is a rule. Also is very good to have special insurance and good equipment including helmet. The best time for visiting is Indian summer (end of september till october). The hike is very beautiful,...More

5  Thank Foxlion
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Rachel D
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Hello, stable weather i September but all summer from June is nice. Also winter is beautiful. You know mountains weather is unpredictable and u have to be lucky. I was in Jun and late September and both were nice. In... More
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