The High Tatras are the highest mountains in Slovakia and Poland and are also one of the mountains in these Alpine countries. They are a geomorphological part of the Eastern Tatras and have an area of ​​341 km² (260 km² in Slovakia and 81 km² in Poland). In the west, they are separated from the Western Tatras and their parts Liptovské kopy and Červené vrchy by the Kôprová valley, in the east by the Kopský sedlo the Belianske Tatras begin. In the south of the High Tatras it borders with the Tatra foothills, a subunit of the Podtatranská kotlina and in the northeast it is bordered by a short section Ždiarska brázda, belonging to Podtatranská brázda.