High Tatras (Polish Tatry Wysokie, Hungarian Magas-Tátra) is the highest mountains in the Slovak republic. It is a geomorphological subunit of the Eastern Tatras west from Kopsky saddle that separates them from Belianske Tatras. High Tatras have an area of 341 km² (260 km² in Slovak republic and 81 km² in Poland). The length of High Tatras is about 26 km and the width 17 km. From the south, the mountain range is bordered by the Podtatranska kotlina, in the north it borders with Spišská Magura and the western border is formed by the Koprova valley separating High Tatras from Western Tatras. To the east, they are bordered by the Belianske Tatras. The Belianske Tatras are lower than the High Tatras (area of 64 km², ridge length 14 km, the highest peak Havran – 2142 m).
Ascents and hikes in the High Tatras with mountain guide
Maximum number of clients on the tour is determined by the mountain guide according to the difficulty of the ascent, the conditions and and local customs of the mountain guides. Mostly 2 clients per mountain guide.
Price for climbing to the Tatra peak in one day
from 320 € / group
Price for renting a harness and helmet for climbing (eventually also ice ax and crampons)
10 € / persons