Jastrabia tower

Jastrabia tower

Jastrabia tower

Jastrabia tower 2137m.n.m., It is the most significant landmark of the valley. Its original name was King's nose, or even Carbuncle tower, by conviction treasure hunters, that the unconquerable peak is the gem carbuncle on which binds several legends. The first known ascent 28.7.1891 Petrik Lajos place of mountain guides Stefan and Mathias Faithovcami. Were probably the first to shield since been young Earl Stephen Tököly of Kežmarku, whose death remains unexplained as well as J.A.. Papyrus, which at this location 1771 passed away. Maybe there year 1880 stál Maciej Sieczka, but he never noticed his achievement in writing.