Tatra National Park
Tatra National Park is located in the southern part of Poland bordering with Slovakia. Recorded on the UNESCO Biosphere Reserves List, the Tatra National Park covers both the Polish and Slovakian parts of the range. Tatras are the largest alpine-type massif in Central Europe with Mt Rysy (2499m), the highest peak on the Polish side of the mountains.
Many tourist trails lead hikers to mountain lakes, waterfalls and caves as well as through scenic mountain valleys. The mountains are also the home to chamois, bears, and marmots. The Tatras are toured in all seasons by mountain climbers and hikers and by winter sports fans in the winter seasons.