2000 Trip to Východná Vysoká

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2000 Trip to Východná Vysoká
Created On: May 18, 2010
Last Edited On: Feb 7, 2012

Východná Vysoká - peak in Vysoke Tatry

The Tatra Mountains belong to the Carpathian Mountains range.
Vychodna Vysoka, elevation 2,429 m is the 4th highest peak in the High Tatra Mountains accessible by marked paths. Just for comparison, the highest peak of the Tatra Mountains is Gerlachovsky Stit at 2,654 m.

It is not required to have a tour guide to summit Vychodna Vysoka.

Best months for climbing in this area: June, July, August, September, October

How to get there

My family and our friends woke up in the morning at 4:30 am. At 5:00 a.m. we drove from Presov through Poprad approximately 80 km and finished our drive 16 km later in Stary Smokovec.

You can also take the road from Povazska Bystrica, Rozomberok, Liptovsky Mikulas to Stary Smokovec.


Our hike begun in Stary Smokovec (990 m) and continued on the path marked yellow and green over Sliezsky Dom (1,665 m) and Polsky Hreben (2,200 m). From Polsky Hreben we followed the yellow path to the summit of Vychodna Vysoka (2,429 m).
On the way back, we chose to follow a blue path over Prielom (2,288 m) and Zbojnicka Chata (1,960 m) where we stopped for warm food (halusky) and completed our trip again in Stary Smokovec, where we had left our car.

A few old photos from the trip with my family and friends

The weather in the Tatra Mountains is, as in any mountains, very unpredictable. Here you can see more rain than in any other area. We were told to feel extremely lucky to have had a full day of sun.

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