Babia Góra National Park

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Babia Góra National Park (BgPN) is a Polish national park established in 1954 on the territory of the then Kraków Province.

It is located in southern Poland, in the districts of Suski and Nowy Targ (Małopolskie Voivodeship) on the border with Slovakia. On the Slovakian side, there is the Horná Orava landscape park. It covers the northern and southern sides of the Babia Góra massif, including the highest peak of Beskid Żywiecki – Diablak (1,725 metres above sea level), as well as a fragment of the slopes of the Polica Range, located near the Krowiarki (Lipnicka) Pass.

A special Educational Centre of the Babia Góra National Park was established in Zawoja, where the Park Management Office is located, presenting in an accessible way the qualities of the Babia Góra nature. A network of educational paths has been marked out to make visiting the park more attractive. The Babia Góra National Park is visited by more than 100,000 tourists every year.

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