hra či zápas. Marmot Tatra Mountains (Slovakia) in our country the world's endemic. Its population is estimated at about 200 colonies and 1,200 individuals. He lives in a beautiful environment, where we literally offers the possibility to create beautiful photos. Marmot is protected by law,
It pleasure to wake up at 5am to get this view at 9am! 9.3km 1400m climb to the summit! Vychodna Vysoka High Tatras Slovakia #hiking #camping #outdoors #nature #travel #backpacking #adventure #marmot #outdoor #mountains #photography
High Tatras Mountains - Slovakia When we say High Tatras, we mean majestic peaks touching to the sky, dark turquoise mountain lakes of glacier origin, waterfalls, unique plants, rare animals like chamois (mountain goat) or marmot, exceptionally clean air and environment great for healing respiratory conditions.
Vysoke Tatry or High Tatras National Park is one of the last places in the world where you can, if you’re lucky, spot the mountain chamois – a critically endangered species of antelope. Along with the chamois, the park is home to a colony of marmots along with European brown bears and a wealth of bird life. High Tatras is also home to Slovakia’s highest mountain, Gerlachovský štít, whose gaunt, snow-capped peak towers 2,655 metres above the pretty Velická Dolina valley.