The steepest and hardest ski slope in Slovakia is open

It has more than 200 centimetres of natural snow.

View from Lomnické SedloView from Lomnické Sedlo (Source: Sme)
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The steepest and hardest ski slope in Slovakia, Lomnické Sedlo, is open now, as the amount of natural snow has increased in recent days.

The 1,240-metre long ski slope currently has 100 to 200 centimetres of snow and conditions for skiing are very good.

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“Lomnické Sedlo in winter is the most attractive and steepest black slope in Slovakia,” said Lukáš Brodanský of the resort, as quoted by the SITA newswire, adding that 50 centimetres of snow fell in the recent days.

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The average incline of the slope is 46.91 percent, while the elevation difference is 439 metres. The slope is located 2,190 metres above sea level.

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