Jasna Low Tatras

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Jasna Low Tatras is an all-year mountain tourism resort, situated in the heart of Low Tatras Central Slovakia. In winter it is the largest ski area in Central Europe. The history of the resort started in the 1950s, when the first system of cableways from North of Chopok to South was built. It covers both sides of Mount Chopok - Chopok South and North. It is considered the best freeride resort in Central Europe.[citation needed]

Mountain: Low Tatra National Park, northern and southern slopes of Chopok
GPS coordinates: N 48 58 15.1 19 34 48.1
Altitude (margin) 900–2024 m



During the winter season there are 7 chairlifts and 18 ski sifts in the operation. Is serves 34 km of downhill slopes and % rfreeride zones. There are excellent slopes for every skier of each skills level. Beginners are starting in Biela Put, where the beginners area of ski school and super easy slope is. Then you can choose intermediate slopes in Zahradky and the top are championship slopes from Lukova and Chopok. For free skiers there is a superb snow park and spectacular bowls with steep couloirs (Chopok North)and wide open spaces (Chopok South)
There have also come to its of ski-climbing, freeride and cross-country skiing. The center offers a lot of fun through activities - SkiFOX, Snowscoot, Snowbike, kitewing, paragliding, rope park, paintball, night sleighing but also quality of complementary services - ski and snowboard school, kindergarten, rentals, service repositories, sports shops. The length of the winter season is around the beginning of December until the end of April.


In summer, is the biggest attraction in the resort lovely countryside Low Tatras. The center in recent years is well known not only because of tourism and the cable cableways but also because of its, in Slovakia and neighboring countries a unique BikePark. There are other activities - trampolines, archery, paintball, paragliding, rope park ... and additional services - rental bike, scooter, sports shops, guides and instructor for hiking, nordic walking, climbing...


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