Bílé Karpaty (Slovak: Biele Karpaty)
is the westernmost mountain range of the Carpathian Mountains, named after its white dolomite cliffs. They are part of the Slovak-Moravian Carpathians, stretching from the Váh river and the Little Carpathians in the south along the border between the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the Morava and the Javorníky range in the north. The highest peak is Velká Javořina (970 m) not far from primeval forest consisting of maples, beeches and ashes.
The landscape is protected on both sides of the mountains. Some species found there are endemic, especially some types of orchids which grow only in the meadows of the White Carpathians.
Last week I met a waterfall that I liked very much. Here’s me touching it fondly.
@for_the_shred_n_butter was there too! (at Cedar Creek Falls)