Kmeťov Waterfall, as high as a 30-story building, it is named after the famous Slovak patriot, botanist and co-founder of the Slovak National Museum in Žilina - Andrej Kmeť. The actual waterfall begins at an elevation of 1 500 m and it is the highest waterfall in Slovakia. It consists of a system of smaller cascades and at the end it is seen to be broken in several places. It has two stages that fall through a crack in the rock. The waterfall is created by the Nefcerský stream that above the waterfall has an altitude of 1245 m and is 1.5 m wide. You can reach it from Podbanské through the Kôprová Valley. It is an ideal destination for a bicycle tour or a longer walk.