Maślana Góra - mountain peak of the north-western Low Beskid mountains, located in the part called Góry Grybowskie.
Maślana Góra is the highest peak of the mountain massif including also Zielona Góra and Jelenia Góra. The top of the mountain is fairly flat but the slopes of the northeastern part are quite steep. District of Maślana Góra is a home to the nature reservoir called Jelenia Góra, and Beskidzkie Morskie Oko, which is a landslide pond. The etymology of the Maślana Góra is probably associated with the tectonic instability, resulting multiple landslides in the past.The carphatian beech as well as Phyllitis scolopendrium are one of the rare plants, that are protected in this fragment of the ancient Carpathian forests.
Address 38-311, Poland
Coordinates 49°38'35.949" N 21°3'32.525" E