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The Białka Gorge is a landscape nature reserve located in the town of Nowa Biała. It is situated within the South Małopolska Protected Landscape Area. It was also included in the habitat area of the Natura 2000 network. 105 species of plants grow here, including several rock species that are rare in Poland.
The Białka River is one of the cleanest and coldest rivers in the country. In summer you can bathe in it. There are several rocky beaches along its shores. There are also high limestone rocks in the reserve, e.g. Skałki Dursztyńskie or Cisowa Skała. In total, there are around 30 climbing routes of varying difficulty, some of which are secured with chains.
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