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Harbutowice Tourist region: Beskid Mały i Makowski

Harbutowice lies in the Harbutówka River Valley. The south-eastern slopes of the valley are Mt Babica slopes, and the surrounding flora is herbs, grasses and deciduous forests. Some of the yew trees growing there are estimated to be between 60 and 2000 years old.

Tourist attractions include a monument on the Sanguszki Pass and the Gościbia Forest Nature Reserve. On the north side of the Pass is a place commemorating the Bar Confederates and the Battle of Groby. About 300 Confederates died in the battle and were buried on Groby Hill. Today, there is a chapel of St. Michael. This year marked the 80th anniversary of the pacification of Harbutowice.

A ski station operates on the slopes of Mt Szklana Góra. In the sunny weather, Mt Szklana Góra provides one of the region's most beautiful and longest ski lifts. It is now a chair lift located closest to Kraków. It is characterised by a beautifully located north slope with a gentle gradient, from which you can enjoy a picturesque view.

Charming places such as the water intake and the signposted hiking and educational trail are ideal for recreational sports, health-promoting walks among the yew trees, and collecting organic herbs. The observation point on Mt Krowia Góra gives you the opportunity to relax and enjoy the open spaces.

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