Hronec - Hlobišov-lyžiarsky vlek - Hájny grúň - Jaminky - Hronec
The Hrončiansky Circuit begins and ends in Hronec, a village with a rich foundry history and the birthplace of the Olympian Alojza Sokol, who at the first ever Olympic Games in 1896, won the bronze medal in the 100 m run for Hungary. Hronec was and still is a station of the Čiernohronská Railway. Here you can see the first cast iron bridge in Hungary, the oldest blast furnace and a municipal bell tower with a museum of cast iron crosses. The route continues to Hájsky grúň with a view of the whole Low Tatras.