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Stefanova under Rosutec
Slovakia
V lete je možné vybrať si z hustej siete značkovaných turistických chodníkov niekoľkých obtiažností. Hrebeňové túry uľahčia lanovky do Snilovského sedla a na Grúň. Strediskom turistického ruchu vo Vrátnej je bývalá pastierska osada Štefanová.
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