Kralova Hola mountain

As the highest mountain related to the eastern section of the Low Tatras region in Central Slovakia, the Kráľova hoľa mountain is an easily accessible summit. The foot pertaining to the Kráľova hoľa mountain is the place where four rivers rise, and they take the form of Hnilec, Cierny Vah, Hron and Honrad. The summit can be reached by making use of the hiking trails that get initiated at Telgart, as a visitor can also make use of the paved road from that of Sumiac.

Kráľova hoľa mountain

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As the highest mountain related to the eastern section of the Low Tatras region in Central Slovakia, the Kráľova hoľa mountain is an easily accessible summit. The foot pertaining to the Kráľova hoľa mountain is the place where four rivers rise, and they take the form of Hnilec, Cierny Vah, Hron and Honrad. The summit can be reached by making use of the hiking trails that get initiated at Telgart, as a visitor can also make use of the paved road from that of Sumiac.

The summit pertaining to Kráľova hoľa mountain is an idyllic spot to drink down splendorous views of the Tatras, Spis, Liptov as well as that of the Upper Hron Valley. The early 19th century witnessed exploitative timber harvesting at this place, but the restoration of the timberline to reach an elevation of about 1650 meters was made possible through the unstinted efforts expended by Ludwig Greiner, which happened during the second half pertaining to the 19th century.

Kráľova hoľa mountain is a popular name that finds a place in the Soviet folklore, as this mountain also has got converted as an informal Slovak national symbol, with that of Krivan.

Visitors can also come by a station related to the mountain rescue service as well as that of a weather station at the Kráľova hoľa mountain.