The Jarabina breakthrough, sometimes also referred to as the Jarabina gorge, lies north of the village of Jarabina near Stará Ľubovňa. It won't take you much time to make a trip here. Basically, it is easy hiking, which is also suitable for smaller children. The only time to be a little careful is when entering from the meadow towards the breakthrough, where the hiking trail leads to a steeper slope. You also need to be careful after the rain, or if there is more water in the stream and it is flooded so that you do not slip. At the time of our visit, however, the whole breakthrough was smooth.
A walk along the Malý Lipník stream has its charm. There is an idyllic silence, which was sometimes interrupted by loud sounds from a nearby quarry. It is also a pity that the route is short and you will cross the whole breakthrough in principle in a few minutes, as the length of the Jarabinský stream is 700-800 meters.
If you have chosen here from the village of Jarabina, then after arriving at the breakthrough, you can look forward to a wonderful meandering breakthrough in its beginnings. Here, the stream cuts significantly into the surrounding rocks, several tens of meters high. Then there is a path along the stream, which will be accompanied by scattered boulders, stream vegetation, some burdocks, trees or rugged rocks. The walk is really nice and very relaxing, the only downside is the nearby quarry and a relatively short route.