The winter season has begun in the High Tatras

Skiing has been delayed due to the warm November weather.

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The winter season in Slovakia's highest mountain ranges – the High and Low Tatras – has started.

In the High Tatras, the change of seasons will bring several novelties, including 18 kilometres of paths for cross-country skiers between Stará Lesná and Veľká Lomnica.

Greater support will be given to ecological travelling and problems with parking during the main skiing season will be addressed, according to director of the Regional Organisation of Tourism High Tatras, Lucia Blašková.

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There should be more connections of the ski-bus, which takes skiers to the mountains. At Štrbské Pleso, a new bus stop is expected.

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