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Legend has it that the creator of the world accidentally lost a stone over the present border between Poland and Slovakia. From this stone, the High Tatras would have emerged.
What or who deserves the thanks for this true natural paradise is ultimately unimportant. The highest mountains of Poland and Slovakia have gathered here to form a truly majestic backdrop. Brown bears, wolves, lynxes, golden eagles, wild chamois, and other rarities can still be found here in healthy populations. Already in 1948, almost the entire mountain range in the High Tatras National Park was placed under protection. For humans, the “smallest high mountain range in the world” has developed into a unique place to shake off everyday life and come a little closer to the original. In addition to hiking in this unbelievable scenery, other sports activities have become firmly established. Good cycle paths lead deep into the wild heart of the national park. In the winter months, the snow-covered landscape with wide downhill slopes and a multitude of professionally groomed cross-country ski runs is a delight. Zakopane on the Polish side, Tatranská Lomnica and Štrbské Pleso on the Slovak side are certainly the best prepared.