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This guide is about the Table Mountains in Poland, see also the Table Mountain National Park in South Africa.

The Góry Stołowe (Table Mountains in English) is a national park in Poland part of the Sudetes Range southeast of the Giant Mountains.



Peak Corner (849 m above sea level)

The Table Mountains National Park was established in the Stołowe Mountains in 1993. The highest peak of the range is Szczeliniec Wielki.

The Table Mountains owe their name to their specific structure, the shape of which is similar to the flat surface of the table. The current appearance of the range is due to relatively young tectonic movements and erosions that began in the Miocene and continue to this day. As a result, the upper part of the hills formed flat peaks.

Tourist information[edit]

Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

There are no passenger airports in the vicinity of the park. The nearest one is in Wrocław-Strachowice, Poland. It is about 117 km from the national park.

By car[edit]

The direct road leading to the park is provincial road 387, which connects Nowa Ruda with Kudowa-Zdrój. To the south of the range there is the national road No. 8, where its final section runs (border crossing in Kudowa-Zdrój, about 6 km from the park border).

Get around[edit]

Map of Stołowe Mountains National Park


  • 1 Stone mushrooms (Skalne Grzyby). Stone mushrooms (Q9337558) on Wikidata
  • 2 Errant Rocks (Błędne Skały) (n the Skalniak peak massif). Błędne Skały (Q9183625) on Wikidata Błędne Skały on Wikipedia
  • 3 Radkowskie Skały. (Q11833492) on Wikidata
  • 4 Łężyckie Skałki mountain clearing. Łężyckie boulders (Q9395238) on Wikidata
  • The old cross on Krucza Kopa
  • Charles Fort and the Hundred Curves Road (Fort Karola i Droga Stu Zakrętów)
  • 5 Dinosaur Park in Karłów.
  • Museum of the Table Mountains National Park
  • Open-air museum and religious buildings in Wambierzyce
  • 6 Pośny waterfall. Pośny waterfall (Q9376277) on Wikidata
  • 7 Białe Skały. Białe Skały (Q9170406) on Wikidata


  • 1 Szczeliniec Wielki. The highest peak (922m) in the Table Mountains National Park. It belongs to the Crown of Polish Mountains and is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the Sudetes , with a landscape reserve and viewing terraces with a panorama of the Sudetes. Szczeliniec Wielki (Q478005) on Wikidata Szczeliniec Wielki on Wikipedia
  • The Rock City (Skalne Miasto) in Szczeliniec Wielki
  • 2 Szczeliniec Mały. Szczeliniec Mały (Q9351027) on Wikidata
  • 3 Kopa Śmierci (Totenkopf, Deathkick). A 830m peak reachable by marked trail. The southwestern slope is cut by rock walls, which are sometimes a target for climbing. Kopa Śmierci (Q16567741) on Wikidata
  • 4 Narożnik. A 849m mountain covered with a lower montane spruce forest. To the west and south, the corner slopes down with vertical walls, making it a popular place for climbing - there are over 100 routes here. Narożnik (Q11789753) on Wikidata
  • 5 Skalniak. Skalniak (Q9337568) on Wikidata



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