Malá Fatra region

Malá Fatra National Park is located in the northwest of Slovakia. After the High and Low Tatras is Malá Fatra the third highest mountain range in Slovakia.

The area has a large number of gorges, chasms, canyons, karst formations, rock ridges, waterfalls as well as the exceptional fauna and flora. Malá Fatra is divided into Krivánska Malá Fatra and Lúčanská Malá Fatra, where the highest point is Fatranský Kriváň (1709 m). The area includes a protected natural formations - the Kryštáľová cave, Boříková splash, Domašínsky meander and Šútovská epigenesis.

Malá Fatra do not lag behind other national parks. In the area grows more than 900 species of plants, and you can spot there bears, lynx, otters, eagles, engraves and grouses.

Enthusiasts of hiking and skiing can visit the surrounding ski resorts - Martinské hole or Vrátna. Malá Fatra is the most popular place for rest and relaxation throughout the year.