Beak Giewont

Pico Giewont
Beak Giewont

The Beak Giewont  is a mountain of the mountain range of the Tatras of Poland. It composes of three beaks:

1. Poland Giewont Małand of 1728 m.
2. Giewont Wielki Of 1894 m.
3. Giewont Długi of 1867 m.

This beak is situated between the valleys of Kondratowa, Laki Małej and Strążyska near city of Zakopane , being visible from this city.

In the Big Giewont, there is a cross of 15 metres of steel, place of a lot of peregrinaciones religious. Alas, the area is also known by his dangerousness during the storms, by what suits to have it with unstable time.

The Mountains Tatras are a mountain range that separates Slovakia of Poland, although only 30% is in Polish territory.

They have an approximate length of 60 kilometres of long and some 30 kilometres of width. Can differentiate the High Tatras in the oriental part with a more alpine appearance, and the Tatras west in the western part softer. They form part of the mountain range of the Cárpatos.

The Slovakian part was declared national park in 1948 and the Polish zone did it in 1953.

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Poland 1 8 Km. 700 m. 700 m. Easy Recorrido de Ida y Vuelta
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700 m. 700 m. Easy Recorrido de Ida y Vuelta