Western Sudetes

Western Sudetes - the highest mountain range is formed by the Karkonosze Mountains stretching across the area 36 km. The peak of this massif is the Śnieżka peak (1602 m). The most attractive and best preserved parts of nature are part of the Karkonosze National Park. Central Sudetes - the main ridges are flat, wide mounts, with frequently occurring picturesque rock formations, the largest group of which are the Table Mountains, forming a maze of rock blocks, crevices and gates. Their highest elevation - Szczeliniec Wielki is reached 919 m. Owl Mountains, included in the Central Sudetes, with the peak of the Great Owl (1015 m), They are made of the oldest archaic rocks in Poland.