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Rača Chaty na vrcholu u lanovky
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Veľká Rača (poľ. Wielka Racza) (1 236 m n. m.) je najvyšší vrch Kysuckých Beskýd.

Veľkú časť pokrýva národná prírodná rezervácia vyhlásená v roku 1976 (ochranné pásmo 197 ha)[1]. Účel NPR je zachovanie zvyškov pôvodných lesov pralesovitého charakteru. Tiež sa tu vyskytujú pseudokrasové javy (Malá a Veľká skalná diera), na území Kysúc ojedinelé.

 Vrcholom prechádza štátna hranica s Poľskom.Veľká Rača je najjednoduchšie prístupná z obce Oščadnica z ktorej sa miestnou dopravou dostaneme na parkovisko v rekreačnom stredisku Dedovka.

Výstup je nenáročný a trvá približne 2 hodiny. Vrch je prítupný po modrej, zelenej a červenej turistickej značke. Blízko vrcholu sa na poľskej strane nachádza turistická chata. Vystúpiť na Raču sa dá aj z okolitých dedín, ako sú Zborov nad Bystricou a Stará Bystrica alebo taktiež z Poľska po žltej značke.


Blízko vrcholu sa nachádza lyžiarske centrum, ktoré prevádzkuje 3 sedačkové lanovky, pre potreby bežkárov slúži Kysucká lyžiarska magistrála. V lete je k dispozícii lanová a bobová dráha, trampolíny a lezecká stena.

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