Muranska planina National Park

As one of the national parks that is relatively young, Muránska planina National Park is located at the central parts of Slovakia and in the Banska Bystrica Region. Muránska planina National Park primarily serves as a protection for the area pertaining to Muránska planina, a geological part related to the Slovenske rudohorie mountain range.

Muránska planina National Park

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As one of the national parks that is relatively young, Muránska planina National Park is located at the central parts of Slovakia and in the Banska Bystrica Region. Muránska planina National Park primarily serves as a protection for the area pertaining to Muránska planina, a geological part related to the Slovenske rudohorie mountain range.

Covering an area of 203.18 square meters, the Muránska planina National Park comprises of dolomite plateau and limestone with that of karst formations.

The National Park also unveils about 150 notable caves that are inaccessible and the highest point lies at 1439 meters, which is the Fabova hola. Flora found at the Muránska planina National Park include 35 endemic as well as sub-endemic species. Tourist attractions at the Muránska planina National Park encompass about 300 kilometers of marked hiking trails as well as that of two educational trails.

The terrain found at the Muránska planina National Park gets refreshed by that of girkes, sink holes, rock towers, canyons and rock windows. There is also a dwarf pinewood at the Muránska planina National Park standing at the lowest altitude to be found in Slovakia. Natural occurrence pertaining to creodonts comes through the form of brown bear, grey wolf and Eurasian lynx. The best way to find access to the Muránska planina National Park is offered through the means of the surrounding villages, as that of Hronom, Zavadka and Muran.