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NIEDŹWIEDZIA GROTA CAVE AT ZŁOTY POTOK


The Niedźwiedzia Grota cave is located in the “Parkowe” natural reserve is the most frequently visited cave in the Janów municipality.   Horizontal arrangement of the passages, ease of access and proximity to the Orle Gniazda tourist trail make this site particularly appealing.
It was described by Zygmunt Krasiński in 1857, and was one of the highlights of the park. During excavations numerous remains of Ice Age animals were. The cave was likely an encampment of prehistoric mammoth hunters.

Lokalizacja
Złoty Potok
Janów
Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska
w lesie
Kontakt
: 34 366 16 09
: 34 327 85 01
: gmina@janow.pl
: www.janow.pl
Informacje ogólne
: 15 min.
: 15 min.
: podziemne trasy turystyczne, źródła historii
Dostępność
: whole year

Jaskinia jest ogólnodostępna - zwiedzanie samodzielne.
Długość jaskini ok. 70 metrów
Czas zwiedzania ok. 15 minut
Temperatura wewnątrz od ok. +10.0oC .
Wilgotność ok. 85 %.
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