Location: Lesser Poland Voivodeship
Tatra National Park is the most popular and most frequently visited by tourists park in Poland. TPN is divided into a Polish and Slovak part, covers an area of a high mountain, Tatra Mountains. One of the most beautiful forms of inanimate nature Tatra valleys are flowing creeks, springing from the source streams and the lakes.
Polish part, annually is visited by over 2.5 million people from the country and around the world. The highest peak are Rysy. In the park is 275 km of marked hiking trails of varying degrees of difficulty from very easy to very difficult and equipped with flotation devices such as chains, buckles and ladders. Functioning 4 chair lifts, 4 ski lifts and a funicular railway from on the Kuźnice to Kasprowy Wierch peak. The most popular tourism is hiking and skiing but also available are cycling routes. Another form of tourism activity is mountain cave climbing and
mountain surface climbing. There are 8 open Park Hostels.
The Tatra mammals worth mentioning are chamois, marmot deer, roe deer, lynx, weasel, and brown bear. The golden eagle is king of Tatras birds, but wallcreeper also can be seen, nesting in the higher parts of mountains.