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    Bielsko-Biała
    Kozia Góra is not a high peak (683 m above sea level) located within the administrative boundaries of BielskoBiala. The massif covered with forests is a popular hiking destination for city residents. Kozia Góra is also referred to as Stefanki, as is the mountain hostel situated here. A now closed toboggan run was once the main attraction of this area. Besides being a hiking destination, the massif of Kozia Góra is also visited on longer trips to Szyndzielnia and Klimczok.
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    Bielsko-Biała
    Magurka Wilkowicka, with a height of 909 meters above sea level, is the fourth highest peak of the Little Beskids. Because of a mountain hostel standing here and the proximity of Bielsko-Biala, the mountain is a popular destination for weekend walks. There are hiking trails on top of Magurka. One leads from BielskoBiala, Wilkowice, others from the direction of the Międzybrodzkie Lake and Żywiec. Magurka lies close to Czupel - the highest peak in the Little Beskids.
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    Bielsko-Biała
    The Wapienica Valley is an interesting wildlife area. It is part of the Silesian Beskids located in a close proximity to Bielsko-Biala (formally within the administrative boundaries of the city). There is a nature-landscape complex of 1510 ha. It was created in 1990. The valley is surrounded by picturesque Beskid ridges whose wooded slopes fall down towards the valley. The area is a popular walking destination for residents of Bielsko. There are several hiking trails running through the area.
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    Jaworze
    Jaworze prides itself on the tradition of being a fashionable resort. Its origins date back to around the mid-nineteenth century. At that time, beautiful views, fresh air and delicious Žinčica, a drink made of sheep milk whey similar to kefir, attracted visitors from Bielsko, Cieszyn and further lying areas. They also appreciated the beautiful park, which is still the pride of the village as the Józef Piłsudski Spa Park. Old trees, bubbling water, playgrounds, an amphitheater and interesting sights make the visit to Jaworze a real pleasure.
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    Pisarzowice
    A colorful patch of the Land of the Rising Sun can be seen without going on a long and expensive journey. In Pisarzowice, at Antoni Pudełko’s Ornamental Shrubs Nursery, an extraordinary garden in the Japanese style was created. It impresses with colorful azaleas, Japanese maples, cherry trees or garden bonsai. All this is complemented with stone elements and interestingly designed aqueous compositions. Japanese climate can also be felt in a stylish tea room, which offers several dozen kinds of tea.
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    Bielsko-Biała
    Wiithin the administrative boundaries of Bielsko-Biala, on steep, wooded slopes of the mountain ridge falling from the top of Mount Błatnia in the Silesian Beskids towards Mount Wapienica, there is the Jaworzyna wildlife reserve. This is one of the youngest protected areas in the Beskids. The plant communities typical for the lower forest floor are protected here. The reserve lies in the complex of the wildlife and landscape complex of the Wapienica Valley.
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    Bielsko-Biała
    The Wildlife Reserve "Stok Szyndzielni" is one of the oldest in the Silesian Beskids. It mainly protects lower subalpine forests with rare plants. It is worth noting that the name of the reserve is misleading. Although it is close to the massif of Szyndzielnia, the reserve is not located on the slopes of this mountain, but on the slopes of the ridge connecting Mounts Klimczok and Blatnia, in the vicinity of Mount Trzy Kopce. While hiking along the above mentioned ridge following the Yellow Trail, we pass along the south-western boundary of the reserve.
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    Porąbka
    Zasolnica a typical hill with a height of 555 m above sea level. It belongs to the range of Hrobaczowa Łąka in the Little Beskids. The wooded hill rises to the west of the watershed section of the Sola river valley. On the slopes of the mountain, there is a nature reserve, which protects the forests of the foothills and the submontane zone. Two hiking trails cross the range, of which the blue one from Żarnówka Mała to Kozy passes through the reserve.
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    Międzybrodzie Bialskie
    Międzybrodzie Lake, also known as Międzybrodzie Water Reservoir, is an artificial lake on the Soła river, formed by a dam in Porąbka. The reservoir was built in 1937. Originally, the purpose of its construction was to control flooding. Later, the lake became a recreational destination and a power plant was built here. The area of the reservoir is a starting point of interesting trails leading onto the nearby peaks of the Little Beskid.
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    Jaworze
    “Jasionka” is the name of the upper section of the stream of Jasienica, also known as Jasienicka. The whole stream is about 21 km long. The sources are located at an altitude of 730 m above sea level, on the slopes of the Błatnia massif, lying in the north of the Silesian Beskids. In the forested mountain valley there is a settlement belonging to Jaworze. Further, the stream flows through the lower areas of the Silesian Foothills. The upper part of the valley has valuable natural assets.