Icefall prepared for lovers of adrenaline sports at Skalka

Skalka is well-known for its cross-country skiing compound.

(Source: Ján Krošlák, TASR)
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Lovers of adrenaline sports have one more reason to visit Skalka, near Kremnica. The town of Kremnica, in cooperation with the operator of sport facilities and volunteers, created an icefall for lovers of adrenaline sports.

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The icefall is located in the old part of the resort, at the right side of the Turček ski slope, informed the mayor of Kremnica, Alexander Ferenčík, on his website. The icefall is 18 metres high and 13 metres wide.

“Besides being another attraction for Skalka visitors, which Kremnica can offer to tourists, it is a wall meant for climbers,” he said, as quoted by the TASR newswire. He asks climbers to climb carefully and observe safety rules.

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