The Szilvásvárad Narrow-Gauge Forest Railway is considered to have the steepest climb in Hungary, and leaves from Fatelep station in the Szalajka Valley every hour. The five-kilometre ride takes you to the picturesque Gloriett glade and on the way passes Szalajka fish pond.
If your arrive in winter
If you want to practise some winter sports while in Hungary, you’ll find some skiing paradises here. The Mátraszentistván Ski Park is located six kilometres from Galyatető and has 10 ski runs. Those of you brave enough can head to the piste on Kékestető, where you can start your descent from a height of 1,014 metres.