Greetings from snowy Poland!
No, that isn’t a typo or mistake. We are in the high Tatras and the snow is 2-3 feet deep.
Our hike tomorrow was supposed to be one of the best but we can’t go because of the snow. We’ll have to hike down rather than up!
The last 2 days, we stayed in the walled city of Levoca Slovakia. The weather was cold and rainy but we had a marvelous hike in Slovensky Raj (Slovak Paradise). We hiked about 10 miles. This included terrifying sections where we were suspended from cliffs on what looked like oven shelves above a raging river.
When we got to the highest point, the temperature was in the 30’s with a howling wind. It was desirable to keep moving, as you might imagine.
Today, we visited Spissky Hrad, a castle built in the 15th century holding a commanding view atop a hillside overlooking the beautiful Slovakian countryside.
We then took a lovely hike from the castle to a town called Zehra, another picturesque village.
The adventure continues tomorrow. Who knows what that will bring? One thing I do know: travel is exciting and often involves the unexpected.