Sliezsky-Dom  Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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FIETS
7.9 mi
DISTANCE
3,027 ft
GAINED
7.3 %
AVG. GRADE

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Page Contributor(s): Bryant Robbins and Jill Aho, Palmer, AK, USA; Ard Oostra, Montreux, Switzerland

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This 7.9 mile bike climb is located in Poprad, Prešovský kraj, Slovakia. The average gradient is 7.3% and there is a total elevation gain of 3,027 ft, finishing at 5,495 ft.

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Cycling Sliezsky-Dom

Ride 12.7 kilometers gaining 925 meters at 7.3% average grade.

This is the climb to the mountain hotel Sliezsky-Dom which is on Lake Velické pleso and just below Gerlach, the highest peak in the High Tatras Mountain Range in Slovakia just below its northern border (with Poland).

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Finish at Velické pleso

There is a nice path permitting a walk around the lake.

Pope John Paul II prayed on the bank of this lake during his 1995 visit to Slovakia.