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High Tatras - Maly Zavrat in Winter
Slovakia

Maly Zavrat seddle (2270 m) in High Tatras, Slovakia after few hours of skitouring in Velka Studena dolina valley. The slab going to the south is 45 degrees steep and means a serious ski challenge. Mountain to the west reachable from the seddle is called Kresany roh. In the northwest there is the main ridge of High Tatras.

Copyright: Marek Lomnicky
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 03/03/2013
Uploaded: 07/03/2013
Updated: 09/10/2014
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Tags: winter; ski; skialpinism; slab; seddle; maly zavrat; high tatras; sun; slovakia; veľká studená dolina; slavkovský štít; svistovy stit
  • Lubos Klimek almost 2 years ago
    Marek super pano. Normalne si mi narobil chute tam ist niekedy.
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