Valley Demänovská, Low Tatras

  • Lenght:
    15 km
  • Peaks:
    Siná (1560 m)
    Krakova hoľa (1751 m)
    Ďumbier (2043 m)
    Poľana (1889 m)
  • The most dominant peak:
    Chopok (2024 m)
  • Caves:
    Demänovská ľadová jaskyňa
    (Demänovská Ice Cave)
    Demänovská jaskyňa slobody
    (Demänovská Cave of Freedom)

The most visited locality of the Low Tatras is “Demänovská dolina“, laying south from Liptovský Mikuláš, on the northern slopes of the mountains.
Low Tatras are a huge system of mountains with a main ridge 82 km long and the highest peak are higher than 2000 m above sea.The most beautiful lowland of Low Tatras is 16 km long. It ranges from the main ridge between Ďumbier 2043m , the peaks of Krupova hoľa 1927 m , Chopok 2024 m, Dereše 2003 m, Poľana 1889 m to the north from “Liptovská kotlina“.Its protected on the sides by expressive ridges. The lowland is a national reservation sized 837 ha, where besides remarkable sceneric and estetic values the most valuable is Demänovský kras.Vrbické pleso (a lake) is another one of the beatiful sceneries in Demänovská dolina.

The ideal ski terrains, worldknown caves, a possibility of summer turistic, beautifull fauna and flora completed by good climatic conditions gave this lowland a suggestion for building of a center of the tourism, the town Demänovská Dolina, in the hights ranging from 700 to 2000 m above sea.