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Rozdziele Pass - Little Pieniny
Slovakia

Rozdziele Pass (pl. Przelecz Rozdziele) situated at an altitude of 803 m above sea level, the pass separating the Pieniny from Beskid Sadecki, specifically belonging to the Beskid Sadecki Szczob (920 m) from Wierchliczki (960 m) belonging to the Little Pieniny. 400 m north of the pass is separated intersection hiking, biking and horseback riding, and the pass goes to the dirt road Litmanowej in Slovakia (former tourist border crossing). The border crossing area, and trails leading to the Beskid Sadecki.

Copyright: Robert Pipala
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Uploaded: 26/09/2011
Updated: 04/09/2014
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Tags: poland; polska; male pieniny; małe pieniny; nature; pass; outdoors; little pieniny; border; slovakia; moutains
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