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Radziejowa Beskid Sądecki

Radziejowa Beskid Sądecki

Radziejowa panorama ze szczytu

33-390 Łącko Tourist region: Beskid Sądecki i Niski

Radziejowa is the highest peak of Beskid Sądecki and rises to 1,266 metres amsl. In terms of height, it’s the seventh peak of the Crown of Polish Mountains. A trip to Radziejowa is a popular destination at any time of the year, including winter..

Radziejowa is also located within the Poprad Landscape Park. The name Radziejowa refers to the local surname or rather nickname ‘Radziej’. It is possible that this was also the name of the first owner of the surrounding forests. The northern slopes of Radziejowa belong to the Baniska Reserve and feature an interesting, though not accessible to tourists, cave called Bania. The area is also a sanctuary for a specific bird: the grouse, whose population is unfortunately becoming increasingly rare in Poland. Radziejowa is a peak for lovers of mountain hiking and a nice option for a weekend getaway in the mountains, practically for everyone. The Beskid region is an extremely attractive area for tourists, with forested mountain trails, babbling brooks and stunning views. A surprise awaits the conquerors of Radziejowa on the summit: a viewing tower. Once you climb the 22-metre-high structure, you have a beautiful view of the Pieniny, Tatra and Beskid mountains. Radziejowa can be accessed by several trails. The trail from Obidza is the shortest variant of the route to Radziejowa. It’s also a great option for tourists with the youngest hikers, as the route itself is not that demanding. The trip to the summit along this trail will take an unhurried 2 hours. There are also other routes to choose from, which are slightly longer:


  • red trail from Rytro through Chata Kordowiec and Niemcowa
  • blue and yellow trails from Rytro through Rozdroże Mićkowskie and the Skałka Glade
  • yellow and red trails from Moszczenica Wyżna through Rozdroże Zwornik and Wielka Przehyba
  • red and yellow trails from Jaworki through Biała Woda and Litawcowa
  • yellow and blue trails from Litmanova (Slovakia) through Rozdziela and Obidza Passes

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