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Babiogórski National Park

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Ramy wrote a review Feb 2020
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We walk to Baba Gora mountain, it was dificult, but wiew was very beautiful. In winter time some yelow and green tracks was closed, so we started from red and finish with blue. It was almost 18km.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jdj3 wrote a review Oct 2018
Milwaukee, Wisconsin8 contributions3 helpful votes
This less traveled area of Poland is one of lovely tradition and natural beauty. I have climbed to the top of the Babia Gora twice and also attended the "Babiogorska Jesien" festival in nearby Zawoja. With the backdrop of the Babia Gora,local traditions are reenacted as the sheep are brought down from the hills and local townspeople sing and play folk music in a parade down the streets in a celebration of local heritage. It all ends at the local fair grounds where traditional music, food and crafts can be experienced. The Festival takes place every year at the end of September.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Rod_Fricker wrote a review Aug 2018
Opole, Poland136 contributions40 helpful votes
We walked up on the red route then down to the hostel and back along the blue route. The great thing about this is that all the steep uphill part is at the beginning (and it is steep). Then there's a very steep downhill path to the hostel but the walk from there is completely flat and easy. Going the other way round would mean the hostel was too soon, the steep climb would be too steep and the end of the walk would be a long, downhill stretch - not so good for the knees.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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endrju_74 wrote a review Sep 2016
Ipswich, United Kingdom4,850 contributions615 helpful votes
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One of the smallest national parks in Poland. Covers about 3,5 ha, mainly forests and alpine floor vegetation above the forests. Babia Góra - which is the main point of the Park - is the highest peak in Beskidy and one of biggest in whole Carpathian Mountains. And area on it's northern slopes - very steep and for many centuries inaccessible, is still considered natural in many parts. Southern slopes are not that steep, but much longer. Authorities headoffice is in Zawoja Markowa, there's also a educational centre in the same building. Many kilometers of colour marked trails, most of them climb onto the summit of Babia Góra from all directions. And the mountain itself is a fantastic view point, but also knowed for rapid changes in weather, and they say that gave the mountain it's name: Babia Góra means Woman Mountain (change of weather-change of mood...), sometimes they also call it Mother of Bad Weather.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Karol B wrote a review Sep 2016
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Amazing place to visit.No matter what part of the year you want to come here the Babiogorski National Park is the place worth of visiting.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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