Belianske Tatras

As a mountain range found in the Eastern Tatras, which is a part related to the Tatra Mountains, the Belianske Tatras is not an accessible peak for the tourists, which is to ensure protection for rare plants and animals. The first inhabitants at the Belianske Tatras were the shepherds, which takes us back to the 14th century.

Belianske Tatras  

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As a mountain range found in the Eastern Tatras, which is a part related to the Tatra Mountains, the Belianske Tatras is not an accessible peak for the tourists, which is to ensure protection for rare plants and animals. The first inhabitants at the Belianske Tatras were the shepherds, which takes us back to the 14th century.

The Belianske Tatras unveils a 14 kilometer long ridge that contains mountains that are built with dolomite and limestone, with that of distinct karst topography. The only cave to be spotted in the Tatras that is also open to be the public is the Belianske Cave that gets spotted here. The Belianske Tatras is characterized by the dolomite and the limestone walls with steep slopes that get covered by grass as well as by other rich vegetation. The Havran Peak at about 2151.5 meters is the highest of peaks found in the Belianske Tatras.

Though the Belianske Tatras doesn’t have any mountain-lakes, the Belianske Tatras area is considered to be a splendorous area and is also one of the richest areas found in the Tatras region. Plesnivec alpinsky is typical vegetation to be spotted at this region, and the regions that are open for tourists include the Predne Med’odoly, Zadne Med’odoly and Dolina Siedmych pramenov.