Babia Góra in Polish or Babia hora in Slovak is situated in Western Beskidy Mountains. It is the highest peak of this part of the Carpathian Mountains - 1725 m above sea level. ...more on Wikipedia about "Babia Góra-Babia Hora"
Gerlachov Peak or Gerlachovský Peak ( Slovak: Gerlachovský štít meaning "peak of [the village] Gerlachov") or – based on the colloquial or old name – Gerlach Peak (Slovak:Gerlach) is the highest peak of the Tatra mountains, of Slovakia and of the whole Carpathians. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gerlachov Peak"
Hoverla mountain ( , Hoverla, Goverla, Czech and Slovak: Hoverla, Polish: Howerla, Hungarian: Hóvár), at 2,062 m, is the highest mountain in Ukraine and part of the Carpathian Mountains. The mountain is located in the Eastern Beskides, in the so-called Chornohora region. The slopes are covered with beech and spruce forests, above which there is a belt of sub-alpine meadows called polonyna in Ukrainian. At the eastern eastern slope there is the main spring of the Prut river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hoverla"
Moldoveanu Peak is the highest mountain in Romania, being located in the Făgăraş Mountains of the Southern Carpathians. The closest locality is Victoria on the North side. On the South side it is accesible from northwest of Câmpulung. ...more on Wikipedia about "Moldoveanu Peak"
Rysy is a mountain in the crest of the High Tatras, at the Polish- Slovak border. Rysy has three peaks: middle (2503 m), north-western (2499 m) and south-eastern (2473 m). The north-western peak is the highest point of Poland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rysy"
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