Magurski National Park

It covers areas typical of the Beskid Range landscape with forested dome-like hills that are separated from each other by rivers or small stream valleys.

The River Wisłoka has its source in the park and flows across its territory forming numerous meandering scenic gorges. The mountain slopes are dense with beech, fir and spruce forests. The park flora contains many rare mountain species and protected plants. Bear, wolf, lynx, wildcat, the golden eagle and eagle owl represent the park’s fauna.

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