Ski center Martinky, chairlift - bottom station
Bottom station of chairlift
altitude 1140 m
Area of Skicenter Martinky. You can find more information at www.martinky.com. For now, only in Slovak language.
Information phone number +421 43 430 6000
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Text by Steve Smith.