Beskid Sądecki is the most eastward part of the Beskid Zachodni. The western and southern border is the Dunajec River valley, while the eastern border is the Tylicka Pass.
Here we can distinguish two main mountain ranges: the Radziejowa range with the highest mountain of the Beskid Sądecki - Radziejowa 1262m above sea level, and the Jaworzyna Krynicka range with Jaworzyna 1114 m above sea level. These ranges are located in the Poprad Landscape Park established in 1987.
Beskid Sądecki is a very extensive and varied mountain range. Every tourist coming here will find something to his liking. It will satisfy hikers, skiers, and those who simply wish to relax in this specific microclimate. You can find here many historical monuments such as The Wooden Architecture Trail. In the eastern part of the Beskid, there are many historic Orthodox churches and wooden Lemko houses.
Krynica is the pearl of the region's architecture with a promenade that enchants at every time of the year. Other places worth visiting are Muszyna, Żegiestów-Zdrój, as well as Leluchów, Łomnica and Wierchomla situated on the Poprad River.
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