2 cars driving through the narrow passage of the Vratna Gorge, Slovakia
2006: Driving into the Vratna Dolina National Nature Reserve from Terchová, the road follows the Vrátňanka stream that, over time, has carved out the impressive canyon of Tiesňavy. Year round, hikers flock to the area to explore the 36km², with probably the most well known path being Zbojnícky Chodník or The Robber’s Path. In the winter months, it also offers extensive skiing on 16 slopes.
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Cable car at Lomnicky Stit, High Tatras, Slovakia.
2006: The High Tatras is a mountain range between Slovakia and Poland with 29 peaks over 2,500m (8,200 ft). Lomnicky Stit, at 2,634m, is the second highest peak in the Tatras and can either be climbed (permitted only with a guide) or ascended in a cable car. At the summit there is a permanently manned solar observatory and weather station.
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