Białka is a river about 40 km long. It flows out of the Tatra Mountains and connects to the Dunajec in Czorsztyn Lake. It flows through the villages: Jurgów, Bukowina Tatrzańska, Czarna Góra, Białka Tatrzańska, Krempachy, Dębno, Frydman and Nowa Biała.
Spisko-Gubałowski Highlands (Pogórze Spisko-Gubałowskie) - picturesque lowering of the area between the Tatras and the Pieniny. Wandering these low hills you can admire the panorama of the Tatras, Gorce and Pieniny.
Panorama of the Tatra Mountains illuminated by the rays of the setting sun.
Picturesque sunset in the vicinity of Łapszanka in the Spiskie Foothills under the Tatra Mountains.
Sunny summer morning in Bukowina Tatrzańska and a panorama of the Tatra Mountains. There is Gerlach in the photo center and to the right of him: Konczyca, Porch, Wysoka and Rysy.
Aerial view of Bukowina Tatrzańska. Bukowina is a tourist village in the Podhale region located on the hills on the left bank of the Białka River.
Czarna Góra (Black Mountain) - tourist village located on the right bank of the Białka River near the Tatra Mountains.
Panorama of Białka Tatrzańska from the viewpoint on Czarna Góra. There is the center of the village, the Kotelnica Białczańska Ski Resort and the Terma Bania water park with thermal pools and SPA in the photo. There is a massif of Babia Góra on the horizon.
View from the Pass over Łapszanka (945 m a.s.l.). The area around Łapszanka is an ideal place to admire the landscapes of the Tatra Mountains and the Spiš Magura.
The Białka River is a combination of the rivers: Rybi Potok (flowing from Morskie Oko) and Biała Woda flowing from the Slovak High Tatras.
Jurgów is a small village on the right bank of Białka in the Spisz region of the Tatra Mountains. There is an interesting Jurgów Ski Resort here - there are not many ski runs but some are quite steep.
The Białka gorge near Krempachy, between the Kramnica rock on the right bank and Obłazowa rock on the left river.
The Białka River flows into the Czorsztyn Lake - the artificial lake (reservoir) on the Dunajec. The lake is 9 km long and over a kilometer wide. There are castles in Czorsztyn and Niedzica on both sides of the lake. More photos of the castles can be seen in the gallery: Castles in Poland.
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