Polish Mountains

Discover magic scenery of southern Poland


Highest mountain in Poland

Highest mountain in Poland


Posted By on 10 December 2013

The highest mountains in Poland lie in the Tatra mountains on the border of Poland and Slovakia. Though probably not on the list of highest mountain ranges of the world, the Tatras are exceptionally beautiful. The dramatic landscape is similar to the Alps, and because the mountains are not as tall as the highest peaks in the Alps they are considerably more accessible.

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Zakopane

Zakopane


Posted By on 2 December 2013

Zakopane lies on the border between southern Poland and Slovakia. Known as the winter capital of Poland, it is also famed for it mountains, known as the Tatra Mountains of Zakopene. These Polish Mountains make Zakopane a desirable destination for tourists, providing the opportunity to enjoy a variety of sports, including skiing and mountaineering in the winter, and hiking and climbing in the summer.

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Carpathian Mountain Range

Carpathian Mountain Range


Posted By on 28 November 2013

The Carpathian mts are the second-longest in Europe, superseded only by the Scandinavian mountains. It stretches for 1500 kilometres in a curving arc from Bratislava, Slovakia to Orsova, Romania, where it ends in the Danube River valley at a placed called the Iron Gate.

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Polish Mountains

Polish Mountains


Posted By on 28 November 2013

Poland is home to a variety of mountain ranges, concentrated mostly in the south of the country, making it an increasingly popular destination for holidays in the mountains. Skiing, hiking, cycling, caving and other outdoor pursuits can all be enjoyed in the appropriate season.

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Mountain Ranges of Poland

Mountain Ranges of Poland


Posted By on 26 November 2013

There are three main mountain ranges in Poland. These are the Carpathian Range, the Sudetan Range and the Gory Swjietoskrzyski or Holy Cross Mountain Range.

Below is a list of the highest mountain ranges which are located for the most part in the South of the country.

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The High Tatras

The High Tatras


Posted By on 26 November 2013

Nestled in the eastern reaches of the Tatras mountains, the dramatic alpine terrain of the High Tatras in Slovakia and Poland provide a popular destination for all kinds of outdoor pursuits. The region sits on the Polish-Slovak border in the western Carpathians, with the majority of the Tatras mountains in Slovakia. 

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Hiking Mountains in Poland

Hiking Mountains in Poland


Posted By on 26 November 2013

Hiking in Poland is one of the most breath taking things that a person can experience. Poland boasts several mountains for hiking, which are perfect for any skill level, and any person who enjoys the mountains for hiking will immensely enjoy this experience.

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Tatra Mountains National Park

Tatra Mountains National Park


Posted By on 26 November 2013

One of the premier national parks in Poland can be found in the Tatra Mountains, a western branch of the Carpathians which forms the country’s southern border with Slovakia. Rising to nearly 2500 metres, the highest peak in Poland is Mt. Rysy, in the region known as the Eastern Tatra. Around one fifth of the entire Tatra range lies on the Polish side of the border.

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