Rock needle - Poluvsie

Poluvsianska skalná ihla je skalný stĺp vysoký približne 15 metrov, ktorý sa od skalného masívu oddelil eróznymi procesmi. Nachádza sa vedľa cesty v obci Poluvsie. Je významná z estetikého i náučného hľadiska a zaujímavá je tiež bohatou kalcifilnou flórou, ktorá ju obklopuje. Od roku 1965 je prírodnou pamiatkou. Má 5. stupeň ochrany a výmeru 1,9466 ha. V nedávnej minulosti sa využívala na skalolezecký výcvik, v súčasnosti je na nej táto činnosť zakázaná.

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