Babia Góra - literally 'Old wives' or 'Witches Mountain', is a massif situated on the border between Poland and Slovakia in the Western Beskidy Mountains. The name is also applied to the culmination of the massif, Diablak (Devill's Peak), which is also the highest peak of this the Carpathian Mountains, at 1725 metres above sea level. It belongs to the crown of the polish mountains.
We decided go from "Przełęcz Krowiarki", situated next to locality "Zawoja". Out of here leads to the top, the red trail.
far in the background Tatra mountains
Initially the trail was quite steep and we had to to take several breaks, but after about one hour we reached the first lookout point, it called “Nad Sokolicą” 1371 m amsl.
Tatra mountains ... far away
massif Babia Góra
the Żywiec Beskids
nice views from Babia Góra
Another one hour later we reached peak of Babia góra, whence views were of the entire Beskind and in the distance you could see the whole Tatra mountains.
other views from Babia Góra
peak of "Babia Góra"
monument on Babia Góra
Mała Babia Góra
Babia Góra in the distance
way to Mała Babia Góra
views to Zywiec Beskids
This was great time, weather was perfect and views wonderful, this several photos don't reflect this, what can you see here in live. In my opinion this is one of the most beautiful polish mountain.