Slovakia is considered something of a hiker's paradise, with the Carpathian Mountains offering some incredible scenery to explore. The Janosik Gorge, located in the Lesser Fatra Range of those mountains, is a perfect example. Consisting of three integrated gorges (Dolne Diery, Nove Diery, and Horne Diery, or the Lower, New, and Upper Gorges) Janosik has more than twenty waterfalls. Your eyes will feast on unique rock formations, impressive cliffs, and several autochthonous plant and animal species. You will embark on the snowhshoeing trip from the village of Terchova (just 30 minutes away from Zilina, Slovakia's fourth largest city), the hometown of Slovak national hero Juraj Janosik, after whom the gorge was named. Heading south into the Mala Fatra National Park, you will transverse Janosik's Lower Gorge, passing under Rozsutec Mountain before arriving at the village of Stefanova, located within the park. Stefanova is a popular location for winter sports, and after seeing the area's beauty, perhaps you'll be obliged to return for a ski session. This day-long private tour comprises a medium difficulty snowhshoeing unde frozen waterfalls at Janosikove Diery. This tour can also be done as a hiking tour all year round.