Czarna Góra: the Black Mountain

Czarna Góra (Black Mountain) – a mountain (1205 m) in the Żmijowiec arm of the Śnieżnik Massif. The name of the peak (formerly: Schwarzer Berg in German) probably origins from the dark color of the forest-covered mountain.

On the top of Czarna Góra, a wooden observation tower (14 m high) was built and on the north-eastern slope, in the Sienna village there is a ski resort (Czarna Góra Resort)

Czarna Góra is a good spot for winter sports, downhill cycling (one of the routes is one of the most difficult in Poland) and paragliding.


January 1, 2003


Czarna Góra, Poland

Ξ  Czarna Góra Resort webpage (in Polish)

Ξ  Czarna Góra Resort webpage (in Polish)

⊕ Ski routes map

⊕ Bike routes map

∇ Location: view on Google Maps

⛭ Weather in Kletno


See also:

Śnieżnik: a snowy mountain


Poland on 40thousandkm.com

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