The Jahňací Peak (2229 m)
is the last peak in the eastern part of the High Tatras. It consists of four mountain combs: the south-western one with a marked tourist path leading to the Kolové Saddle; the north-western one – separating the Jahoací basin from the Kolová Valley; the north-eastern one – descending down to the Kopské Saddle and the south-eastern one – separating the Eervená dolina (Red Valley) from the valley of the Biele plesá (the White Mountain-lakes).
We hiked this peak in 2015
It was one the nicest ones, with breathtaing scenery. Best for photos…