• Ski resort Skalka Arena

    Skalka Arena ski resort is located in the Kremnické vrchy near the medieval royal mining town of Kremnica. The ski resort is directly below Skalka mountain. Skalka is the seventh highest peak of the Kremnické vrchy.

  • SNOWLAND – Valcianska valley

    Sport and recreation centre with stylish mountain architecture is located in the Lesser Fatra Mountains, just 12 km from the town of Martin.Favourably located hillside creates good conditions for skiing and snowboarding from December until March.

  • Jasenská Valley

    JASENSKÁ DOLINA is one of the best known valleys in the Veľká Fatra Mountain range. It lies 12 km to the south-east of Martin, next to the village Belá-Dulice. It is well-known and popular with tourists all the year round.


    Excellent skiing conditions with great slalom, downhill, cross-country skiing or snowboarding is becoming more attractive and freeskiing. Ski slopes at an altitude of 900 - 1361 m with a total length of 11 km are technically snowed and always perfectly groomed for skiers of all ages.

  • Donovaly

    The village of Donovaly with the largest ski resort in the Low Tatras - PARK SNOW – Donovaly, lies in the western part of the Low Tatras mountain range. There are more than 11 km of regularly groomed ski trails and 17 slopes of which over 7 km are covered with artificial snow.

  • Jasna ski resort

    Jasná ski resort is located on the northern and southern slopes of Chopok. The total length of skiing slopes (North and South) is 32.1 km. Jasná is one of the most popular ski resorts in Slovakia.

  • Skiing in Liptov

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  • Tatranská Lomnica

    Tatranská Lomnica is one of the largest and most beautiful settlements in the High Tatras and is also a centre of tourism and sport. It is located 6 km east of Smokovec, at the foot of Lomnický Peak.

  • High Tatras

    The High Tatras are a mountain range located in the northern part of Slovakia, on the border with Poland. Three quarters of its area lies in Slovakia. Twenty-nine peaks with a height of over 2,500 metres above sea level highlight its Alpine character as well as basins along the perimeter.