Pieniny National Park

As one of the national parks belonging to Slovakia, Pieniny National Park is found in the northern regions of Slovakia. The Pieniny National Park takes its place on the western Pieniny Mountains and shares a close proximity with that of Poland. The park was established during the year 1967, as the borders got adjusted during 1997.

Pieniny National Park

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As one of the national parks belonging to Slovakia, Pieniny National Park is found in the northern regions of Slovakia. The Pieniny National Park takes its place on the western Pieniny Mountains and shares a close proximity with that of Poland. The park was established during the year 1967, as the borders got adjusted during 1997.

Pieniny National Park is known for the natural beauty, as the Dunajec River Gorge at the park is considered to be a popular hiking and rafting location. Splendid opportunities to go by raft boats, wooden boats and canoes at this river is an interesting activity as the raft route begins at Cerveny Kamen and ends at Lesnica. The rafting trip also offers the opportunity to get awe-struck by the wonderful scenery that can be found all around the park. The Pieniny National Park unveils forests as one can come by agricultural landscape at the park. There are green meadows as well as pastures that get adorned by freshly mown hay with an aromatic fragrance during summer time.

Also, the Pieniny National Park is known to possess rarities pertaining to plant species and the fauna here encompasses a wide variety that includes innumerable species of butterflies, molluscs as well as vertebrae. The forest pathways also offer the opportunity to spot a lynx, as other hunting species can also be spotted at the Dunajec River.