Kysucké Beskydy (Kysuca Beskydy Mountains) - Slovakia
Extent: 150 km²
This mountain range borders with Poland. It is situated in Central Slovakia in districts of Čadca and Námestovo. It forms a part of Central Beskydy Area, being a part of West Carpathian Mountains.
Highest peak: Velká Rača (1236 m).
Surface: the forests are missing partially. The established areas of arable soil as well as permanent afforested crops are changing with areas of mostly pine-wood forests.
Relief: it is of highland character.
Climatic area: moderately warm and colder.
Part of this area belongs to Preserved Kysuca Region. On slopes of the highest peak, there is located an important ski resort Velká Rača.
Mountains / Europe / Slovakia
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