Catching autumn in High Tatras
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The Tatras Mountains, the highest of the Carpathian range, form the border between Slovakia and Poland to its north. The highest of the Tatras lies in Slovakia and reaches an altitude of 2.7k meters above sea level (8.7k ft). In this video by contributor Eaglewood Films, you will soar above the pure beauty of the Slovakian mountain wilderness from the view of a drone, at the height of the Fall season. Watch it and you'll see why these mountains have become one of the hottest tourist destinations in Europe.
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Spending quality outdoor time in Slovakian High Tatras (Vysoké Tatry) while catching the very last of golden autumn after the summer crowds have left and the winter ones haven't arrived yet. High Tatras are the only mountains of Alpine type in the whole Carpathian Mountain range are often called "the smallest alpine mountains in Europe". Explore them by easy-to-moderate day-hikes or stay at various mountain huts for an extended dose of snow-caped peaks. Produced for Shoulder.travel http://www.shoulder.travel • http://www.eaglewoodfilms.com • http://facebook.com/eaglewoodfilms © 2017 Eaglewood Films. All rights reserved.