Kékestető is Hungary’s highest points, the peak is 1014 metres. That is where Hungary’s longest slope starts with its 1.8 km lengths and ends at Veronika meadow above Mátraháza.
The southern ski run starts right from the stone that marks the highest point whose top 700 metre part can be snow-gunned. Three lifts serve the run one of which operates on the terrace for ski instruction. The southern ski run with its slight slopes is ideal for beginners and families. After skiing alongside the entire run ski buses operate to transport passengers back from Veronika meadow to Kékestető. Ski rental, service and instruction are also available for the guests and the round shaped bar on the terrace or the Tető Restaurant offering delicious food are excellent for relaxation.
Unfortunately, the northern ski run cannot be snow-gunned so the new lift only operates if there is enough natural snow on the ground. The 590 metre-long run that requires excellent skiing skills is one of the most difficult ones in the country.
The lookout tower of the TV tower or a trip to the nearby Sas (Eagle) Rock is an attractive additional programme. If you are too tired after skiing, you can take part in a trip made on motor sleigh.
It can be accessed by road from Budapest – Gyöngyös – Mátraháza – Kékestető
For further information please contact www.kekesteto.hu
Tel: +36 37 560 008