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Jasna, Slovakia

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I just got back from a 12-day trip to Slovakia and Austria. This firsthand report covers Jasna in Slovakia and a smaller slope I skied called Biele Vody.

http://www.dcski.com/articles/view_article.php?article_id=795&mode=headlines
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great report john, look forward to checking out those mountains myself this weekend!
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Mountain mad:

You won't regret it. Where are you headed?
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Zakopane... arriving Saturday and leaving on Tuesday...
Hoping to spend more time that way now that there are low cost flights to Krakow... and introduce my fiance to Poland (and Slovakia following your reports!)... (my mum was born in Poland and all her family still live there!!!)
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Zakopane apparently has the best apres ski scene in the region and some amazing skiing, but from talking to many Poles skiing at Jasna, it can get crowded. If the crowds are unbearable, you could try the Slovak side of the the High Tatras: Strbske Pleso, Stary Smokevic, or Lomnicke Sedlo. For more on these places, go here and look at Vysoke Tatry resorts:

http://www.holidayinfo.sk/stredis_lst.php?lang=3

If you are relying on public transport (bus), getting from Zakopane to SK will take about 2 hours. I've done it over the the summer and it requires a transfer in Lysa, Poland. If you are renting a car, be sure to request snow chains at the rental desk. The drive will be about an hour give or take depending on road conditions.
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thanks John - we've got a car so plenty of freedom - and will see just how crowded it is!
couldn't prebook the chains, but hopefully its a common request at krakow airport!
mmmm getting excited!
will post up a report when we get back....
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With a car, you could even day-trip it to Jasna. Hint: don't worry about all the cars lining the access road at Jasna. Drive straight to Otupene base area (Hotel Grand area) and pay 150 SKK ($5) for a parking spot in the lot guarded by a guy in a black jump suit with a German Shepheard.
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