Dumbier mountain

As the highest mountain of the Low Tatra range, Ďumbier mountain lies in the central sections of Slovakia. Apart from the remains related to medieval mines that encompass, iron, gold, and antimony, the massif has become a protected area belonging to the Low Tatra National Park. Lying at an altitude of 2043 meters, the Ďumbier mountain is a place where one can come by chamois present in a reserve set up that has been specially maintained to ensure their protection.

Ďumbier mountain

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As the highest mountain of the Low Tatra range, Ďumbier mountain lies in the central sections of Slovakia. Apart from the remains related to medieval mines that encompass, iron, gold, and antimony, the massif has become a protected area belonging to the Low Tatra National Park. Lying at an altitude of 2043 meters, the Ďumbier mountain is a place where one can come by chamois present in a reserve set up that has been specially maintained to ensure their protection.

Ďumbier mountain is a magnificent mountain that possesses 500 meters long precipices, as one can spot rare fauna and flora at the Ďumbier mountain. Ďumbier mountain is a summit that can be accessed easily, and it provides a charming view of Liptov, High Tatra as well as that of the valley pertaining to Hron. As when one scales the Ďumbier mountain, a chalet known by the name of Chata M.R. Stefanika can be spotted at an altitude of 1740 meters.

Visitors can reach the Ďumbier mountain as well as the Chopok mountain found nearby through the means of the hiking trails found in the northern section, as that comes from Janska and Demanovska valleys or can also reach from the southern direction, which is done from that of the bus stop pertaining to Trangoska.