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Beskid Wyspowy-Polish Mountains

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Created/Edited: Nov 20, 2007 / Nov 20, 2007

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Beskid Wyspowy mountains ( Island Beskid) are the part of Karpathian Mountains and are in the whole in Poland.The name came from their character.They don't create any elongated range or chain of mountains .Rather isolated cone-like shaped mountains.The highest summit of Beskidy Mountains is Mogielica 1170m/3839ft.The other highest ones are Jasien 1062m, Cwilin 1060m, Lubon wielki 1022m, Snieznica 1006m, Szczebel 970m.There are some natural points of interests here.On the slopes of Szczebel Mountain there is a cave "Zimna Dziura" which developed
due to sandstone cracks.On the slopes of Lubon Wielki Mountain there is field of loose fractured slabs and rocks.
The best places for accomodation and exploration these mountains are Town of Mszana Dolna and Limanowa .Besides there are some summer resorts

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reinhard2Nice collection

reinhard2

Voted 9/10

of - as it seems - historic photos of a quite unknown or mystical area. I'd like to see a photo of Zimna Dziura.

Cheers
Reinhard
Posted Nov 21, 2007 4:39 am

wladoRe: Nice collection

wlado

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Yes.Like fairyland.I took these photos this year and scanned them.
Are you interested in caving too?.Well Zimna dziura cave ("Cold hole") isn't big at all. Maybe 25 m long.I haven't got pictures of it because I haven't got flesh :(.But I am fond of caves too and I have just built little cave in my garden.Of course full of stalactites and so on.(and have some pictures of it.
Thanks for voting, Wlado
Posted Nov 21, 2007 1:47 pm

reinhard2Re: Nice collection

reinhard2

Voted 9/10

I've grown up in the Franconian Jura (NE of Nuremberg in Bavaria) where there are quite a lot of nice caves in the limestone (several 100m long and/or several dozens of m deep). I enjoyed diving beneath the earth mainly during winter, in other seasons I preferred climbing.
But the idea of a self-digged cave in the garden is cute!

Cheers
Reinhard
Posted Nov 21, 2007 2:38 pm

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