Lominicky Stit, High Tatra

Lominicky Stit (peaK) is the second highest peak in the High Tatra and the Carpathian range as well. Lominicky has long been the most popular peak in the Tatras as it is the most ecstatically pleasing and dramatic mountain in the range.

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Map of Lomnický štít and Skalnate pleso

Map of Lomnický štít and Skalnate pleso

 I made a connection the cable car at Skalnate pleso for Lomnický štít.

Skalnate pleso cable car station

Skalnate pleso cable car station

Štrbské Pleso with its large glacial mountain lake is a favorite ski, tourist, and health resort in the High Tatras. With extensive parking facilities and a stop on the Tatra trolley and rack railway, it is a starting point for a host of popular hikes including to Kriváň and Rysy. (Kriváň is mountain peak altitude 2,495 m, Rysy is 2,503 m.)

Skalnate pleso

Skalnate pleso

Skalnate pleso

Skalnate pleso

I strolled around the Skalnate pleso. And then got into the cable car again, and headed for the summit of Lomnický štít.
Red cable going to the mountaintop

Red cable car going to the mountaintop

I arrived at the top 10:05. Unfortunately it was cloudy but the summit of Lomnický
štít is above the clouds.
Lomnický štít

Observatory of Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

It was as if in totally another world, magnificent beautiful and pure world.
Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

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Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

Lomnický štít

As I live in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. So I’d like to stay here more longer but it is impossible. I left this mountain, got down and went to the following destinations.

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