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Summit Rakon in Tatra mountains
Slovakia

Rakon - 1876 m. The main peak in the Western Tatras ridge known locally as Rohace. Instead of taking the trip to the neighboring peaks and sharp Volovec and Ostry Rohac. The easiest approach, about an hour walk, is Rohác valley from the Tatliak lake. From the top is a gorgeous view of all the major peaks Rohace.

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