The bike trail runs from a railway station alongside the railway line up to the hill Háj-Nicovô
. After a challenging climb, cyclists are rewarded with stunning panoramic views of the Liptov region. The trail is approximately 4 km long, with a two bike shelters. One bike shelter is situated just behind the railway crossing before climbing to the top of Háj and the other directly at the top. It is also possible to continue to the villages of Smrečany and Žiar which are located beneath the majestic Western Tatras.
You can enjoy cycling, in-line skating or scootering in the beautiful clean environment on the banks of the longest river in Slovakia, River Váh. There are 3 bike shelters along the trail, several benches and workout playgrounds near the path. There is a Park Tool and Rock Machine service point at Hotel Lodenica, where cyclists and skaters have free access to a pump and basic tools if needed. The 6.6km long bike trail runs from the town part of Ondrašová along the Paludžansky and Vrbický bridges up to the bridge in the town part of Okoličné. If you make a short detour over the Vrbický bridge, you will reach the Ondrej Cibák Water Slalom Area
, which belongs to the well-known localities of the town. The path along the embankment of the River Váh in Liptovský Mikuláš is part of the implemented project "Historical, cultural and natural route around the Tatras" which, when completed, will include bike trails, ski trails, nature trails, cross-country runs and will make unique places accessible, with high landscape, cultural, historical and natural value on both sides of the Tatras with a length of more than 250 km.