Spectacular Slovakia #10: Take a hike off the beaten track

Canadian hiker shares her tips for hikes in Slovakia, including some that you probably have not heard of yet.

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Naomi Hužovičová was born in Canada’s Rocky Mountains so she loves the mountains - but not the crowds. In this episode of Spectacular Slovakia, she shares her tips for some hikes off the beaten track in the Slovak mountains. Naomi also talks about her favourite hill with an amazing 360-degree view that you probably haven’t heard of. Which places in the Tatras are worth visiting despite the crowds? And can you rely on the markers on the hiking trails?

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