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Jaworzyna Krynicka (Jaworzyna) is the highest peak in the Jaworzyna Range, in the Sądecki Beskids, with a height of 1114 m above sea level. It is located in Krynica-Zdrojin the area of the Muszyna commune.
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Four streams flow between the four ridges of Jaworzyna Krynicka: Czarny Potok, Izwór, Jastrzębik and Szczawniczek.
The summit of Jaworzyna Krynicka is an excellent viewpoint, to which he brings tourists every day gondola lift from the Czarny Potok Valley. They admire the picturesque areas of Beskid Sądecki with a panorama stretching as far as the horizon.
Jaworzyna Krynicka is one of the largest and most modern ones ski resorts in Poland. In the Czarny Potok Valley there is a modern Ski Resort Jaworzyna Krynicka.
Tourists who practice winter sports have 14 km of snow-covered and illuminated facilities at their disposal downhill runs, accessible thanks to the gondola lift and several ski lifts. There is also the longest illuminated ski run in Poland.
For the fans of "winter madness" on the slopes of Jaworzyna Krynicka, the longest (1000 m long and 25 meters wide) was prepared and the largest in Poland snowpark Krynistler, consisting of 20 elements of jib of varying difficulty and 7 elements of the type of a hill.
At the foot of Jaworzyna Krynicka, several were marked out cross-country skiing trails with varying length and difficulty.
It operates in Jaworzyna Krynicka Hostel PTTK, Mountain Rescue i Museum of Mountain Tourism.
Museum of Mountain Tourism Jaworzyna Krynicka was opened in the 1970 year and its exhibition presents the history and traditions associated with tourism in the Polish mountains, mainly in the Beskid Sądecki, as well as is dedicated to the guerrilla struggles in the band Jaworzyna Krynicka.
On the top of Jaworzyna Krynicka there is a radio and TV mast and several food and beverage outlets.
Jaworzyna Krynicka is a place where a few were marked out hiking and cycling trails.
-red: from the PTTK hostel in Hala Łabowska to the market square, then to Jaworzyna Krynicka, through Krynica-Zdrój (The Main Beskid Trail)
-zielony from Muszyna, through Złockie, Jaworzyna Krynicka and Krynica (the Wincenty Pol Trail)
The slopes of Jaworzyna Krynicka are forested today, although there used to be numerous clearings here used by the Lemkos, which began to overgrow again after their displacement.
Walking along the slopes of Jaworzyna Krynicka you can meet caves, outcrops and monadnocks, of which the most interesting is probably Devil's Stone, which is a monument of inanimate nature.
At Jaworzyna Krynicka stand they form beeches, maples, ash trees, elms, larches, pines, rowans, birches and alders.
There are many species within the Jaworzyna Krynicka massif animals, among others, large mammals, such as: deer, wild boars, roe deer, lynxes, wolves, as well as bears that migrate to these areas from Slovakia or the Bieszczady.
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