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    Międzybrodzie Żywieckie
    Mount Żar is a popular tourist destination. It is located in the Little Beskid. The peak rises to 761 m. above sea leve over steep, wooded slopes dominating over Międzybrockie Lake. On the artificially flattened top there is a water reservoir, which is part of the pumped-storage hydroelectricity, which was put to use in 1979. The reservoir is 650 meters long and 250 meters long, with the maximum depth of 28 meters. Its volume is 2 310 000 cubic meters.
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    Jasienica
    Łański Potok is a stream, which originates on the northern slopes of Zebrzydka (575 m above sea level) and Łazek (713 m), located in the Błatnia massif of the Silesian Beskid. The stream leaves the mountains and flows through the rolling terrain of the Silesian Foothills. The reserve was established in the forested areas on the both sides of the creek, in the vicinity of Grodziec and Świętoszówka. It primarily protects characteristic of riparian communities.
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    Grodziec
    "Morzyk" is a partial reserve forest It was created in 1996 to preserve the woodland of a deciduous forest and Carpathian beech forest, and in order to protect the black stork, which is a rare bird. Originally, the reserve area had 11.47 ha, which due to the unfortunate construction of a road, was reduced to 10.26 ha. There is a tuff spring in the area.
  • Nature
    Górki Wielkie
    The educational nature trail in Górki Wielkie runs toward the nearby hill called Mount Bucze. The trail is about 4 km long. While walking along it, you can learn about the forest ecosystems characteristic for these regions of the Foothills. The walk together with seeing specific local plant communities will take less than two hours.
  • Nature
    The Little Beskids Landscape Park is located on the border of the Silesian and Lesser Poland voivodeships. In terms of area, it comprises one of the smallest and relatively low mountain chains in the Polish Beskids. Stretching from the West to the East, the Little Beskids is 35 km long, and consists of the two ranges: the Czupel Range (also called the Czupel and Magurka Wilkowicka Range) and the Łamana Skała Range (also known as the Madohora Range). There are a few nature reserves within the area of the park.
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    Goczałkowice-Zdrój
    Goczałkowickie Lake (Goczałkowicki Reservoir) - this is a dam reservoir on the Vistula River created in 1956. Its maximum area is 3,200 ha, and a total capacity of about 168 million m³. The length of the dam - 2980 m. It is a reservoir that supplies water to the part of the Upper Silesian Industrial District. In addition to water supply, it also has retention and economic functions (fishing industry).
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    Pierściec
    Pierściec, a small village located north of Skoczów, is known primarily for its Shrine of Saint Nicholas, which is unique in Poland. However, only the few know that Pierściec can also boast of an interesting sightseeing and natural attraction, which is a historic mill infested with a colony of very rare bats - lesser horseshoe bats. Therefore, this object is a protected area of special natural habitats of the Natura 2000 network.
  • Nature
    This is one of the younger landscape parks in Poland, which was established in 1998. The Silesian Beskids form a mountain range, which in the area of the Polish Beskids and the whole Polish Carpathians is the westernmost mountain group. Its highest peak is Skrzyczne (1257 m). The second prominent massif (merging with Skrzyczne into one range) is Barania Góra (1220 m). The range of Barania Góra and Skrzyczne is the core part of these mountains, which clearly distinguish themselves from the two remaining parts of the Silesian Beskids: the western part culminating in the peak of Wielka Czantoria (995 m) and the northern part, where the highest peak is Klimczok (1117 m).
  • Nature
    Mount Malinowska Skała rises to a height of 1152 m above sea level (in the mountain range of the Silesian Beskid). The mountain itself is rather not a tourist destination. This peak is usually passed by while hiking from Barania Góra to Skrzyczne or from the Salmopolska Pass to the village of Lipowa. However, it is worthwhile to take a closer look at Mount Malinowska Skała, because on its top there is a huge size block of sandstone - a monument of nature - and the top itself has a unique geological structure.