Links Low Tatras The valley of the important Hron river flows to the south of the Low Tatra. The Low Tatra or Low Tatras ( Slovak Nízke Tatry ) is a mountain range in central eastern Slovakia . It is located south of the High Tatra , from which it is separated by the valley of the Vah river. The valley of the important Hron river flows to the south of the Low Tatra. Tourism is very popular in the Tatras. During the winter there are several ski resorts in Low Tatras, for example Jasná, Mýto pod Ďumbierom, and Tále. Not only are these hubs of hiking and cross-country skiing trails, but Jasna is the largest ski resort in Central Europe and is served by the tourist town of Liptovsky Mikulas. Liptovsky Mikulas also offers a range of summer activities such as rafting, kyaking, boating on the lake, fishing, Tatralandia - the hot springs aqua park and hiking etc. There are many good places to stay and plentiful restaurants and bars in the town, which offer excellent food at a great value. Chalet Slovakia [1] which is based in Mikulas offers visitors accommodation, transport and organises of winter and summer activity breaks. The steep northern slopes of the range are popular with climbers. Other attractions include an 18-hole golf course near Tále. Chopok (2,024 m) is the second highest mountain in the Low Tatra range, in central Slovakia . It is accessible by a chairlift and there is a chalet (called Kamenna chata ) near the summit. The peak offers panoramatic view of High Tatra , Liptov and the valley of Hron . Ďumbier (2,043 m) is the highest mountain in the Low Tatra range, in central Slovakia . Despite the remains of medieval mines (gold, iron, antimony), the massif is now protected as a part of the Low Tatra National Park. The easily accessible summit offers panoramatic view of High Tatra , Liptov and the valley of Hron .