Visiting High Tatras? Check these views!

Mountain lakes are on your way.

(Source: TASR/Oliver Ondráš)
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The summer tourist season is in full swing. In addition to many accessible tourist routes, here is another interesting one.

Kežmarská Biela Voda Valley is the easternmost valley system in the southern part of High Tatras. It separates the mountains from Belianske Tatras, the rKorzár regional newspaper reported.

Nearby, there is the striking grassy Kopské Sedlo Saddle between Jahňací Štít Peak and Hlúpy Mountain.

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Six tourist routes cross the valley, including a blue one that starts at the Biela Voda bus stop and leads to Tatranská Javorina.

The route runs along nearby several mountain lakes, like Veľké Biele Pleso, the biggest one out of the nine Biele Plesá mountain lakes.

The tourist route offers many spectacular views, as can be seen in our gallery:

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