Silesian Beskids

Obłaziec - the most northerly. an advanced "district" of the city of Vistula, squeezed in a narrow, the watershed section of the Vistula River valley, limited from the west. on the slopes of Krzywe and Great Britain. Czantorii, and from the east. on the slopes of Bukowa (713 m) and Obory (638 m) in the Równica range. In the narrowest place between Krzywy and Obora (also called "Obłaźcem") valley width, which runs along the highway and the railway line, not much exceeds 200 m. name (as a pipe name already in 1615 r.) comes from the word "obłaz", here meaning "bypassing the steep mountain slope of the inaccessible part of the valley". On the left bank of the Vistula, just north of. from the valley of Gahura, great quarry, in which the thick-bed sandstones of the lower layers of Godula are exploited. Stop. PKP Wisła Obłaziec, stop. bus communication. Bar. They run from Obłaźec. green trail to Orłowa (813 m) in the Równica range.

Olecka - a stream flowing to the east. the slopes of Kiczory and the Sawmill flowing into the Olza River in Istebna. name, originally sounding "Olędzka", it has the same origins as Olza.

Olecki (sometimes wrong: Olecka) - the hamlet of Istebna, situated in clearings situated to the south of. slopes of the Kubalonka - Kiczory ridge, over the valley of the Olecka stream. Attention! These are "those" Olecki, and so: I'm going to Olecki, I'm coming back from Olecki.

Olecki Potok - stream flowing to the North. the slopes of Wawrzaczowy Groń, length. ok. 4,5 km. It flows into the Olza just before the river crosses the state border. The state border runs mostly along the stream. There are many interesting outcrops in its bed, showing the course of orogenic processes and the structure of the Carpathian flysch (14NS). They lead along the valley of the stream. yellow trail from Jaworzynka Trzycatka to the shelter near Great Britain. A cone (14NS).

Sensation (also: Shamrock, hubbub.: Salmon, NS.: Sensations) - potok, flowing out to the north. slope Trans. Jabłonkowska, actually - to the east. on the slopes of Kiczera in the Skałka massif (932 m), length. 9,3 km. It flows towards the north. through Mosty and flows into Łomna near the sanatorium in Jabłonków.

Osówka (405 m) - a hill with a wooded peak to the south. from the church in Puńców, in the ridge descending into the forks of the Olza and Puńcówka. Limestone, of which the hill is built, mined here from the end of the 18th century. in local bars for making lime. The Polish-Czech border runs through Osówka.

Sharp (722 m; NS.: Sharp, Oyster hour) - not very prominent climax, ending the ridge, falling from the top of the Kyrkawica to the S., ku doi. Olzy. It shows its "sharpness" when viewed from below, especially from the valley surrounding it on the east. Bystrego potoku. The road from Piosk to Baginiec traverses along the slopes of Ostra.

Oyster hour (722 m; also: Sharp) - Sharp.

Sharp (709 m, NS. Sharp hill) - a wooded peak with a bold cone shape, rising in the side ridge extending to the west. from Mł. Czantorii. It owes its unique shape to this, that, together with the neighboring Mały Ostry, it is mainly made of dark ones, marly slate (the so-called. Wierzowska slate), the Lgota layers covered with sandstone. On its south. scattered housing estates of the Ostry hamlet are located on the slopes, belonging to Nydek. The Polish-Czech border runs through the summit, and below her, walking around the apex from the south. - red trail (16C) from Třinec to Great Britain. Czantorię.

Sharp Little (588 m) - a slight elevation in the border ridge, ok. 800 m and zach. from the top of Ostry.

Songbird (NS.: Writing) - Jabłonkowa housing estate situated on the eastern side. from its center, on the right bank of the Kotelnica stream, on the slopes rising towards Groniczka.

Outdoor area - forest to the south. the slopes of the ridge between Kiczory and Kyrkawica, in the spring area of ​​Bystry Potok (on the Czech side of the border). From the end of the 19th century. one of the favorite hunting grounds of the Cieszyn Habsburgs. The most beautiful fragment of the primary lower montane mixed boron (buk, fir, spruce) on the tree, rocky and stony ground, already protected from 1933 r., from 1955 r. is included in the nature reserve "Plenisko" (pow. 16,25 he has). Ok. 1895 r. One of the hunting bunkers of Archduke Frederick Habsburg was erected here. After the nationalization of the Habsburg property, w 1921 r. the facility was taken over and led by the Czech-Slovak Tourist Club as a hostel (KĆST) from Łazy near Orłowa, and from 1938 r. - KĆST from Jablunkov.

Płoniawa (NS.: He was planning) - clearing area, covering a fairly wide saddle in the back, running from the Girowa massif to the north., in the forks of the Olza and the Lyska stream and ended with the Zielona hill. A small estate of the same name in the clearings (administratively belonging to Piosk) and a forester's lodge. name, listed last year. century, it is supposed to be sterile, barren ("On fire") the ground. Through Płoniawa, zach. along the edge of the clearings, run green with n. route 33Z from Nawsia to Girowa.

Polana - formerly a hamlet, currently, the southern district of the city of Ustroń. The name comes from a clearing in the forest, in the Vistula valley, where the first inhabitants settled ("..12 zahradnikuw I have in the clearing …"- from the first mention of Polana in 1607 r.). W 1792 r. a paper mill was established here, founded by Prince Albert (4C). A piece of the adjacent meadow on the Vistula River belonged to it, necessary for bleaching linen rags in the sun. W 1837 r. the paper mill was moved down the Vistula to Herman, where it has operated intermittently until 1933 r. A water forge "Teresa" was built in its buildings, part of the steelworks in Ustroń (4C). It owes its current popularity to the clearing built in 1967 r. chairlift to the Stokłosica clearing under the peak of Great Britain. Czantorii (4C). It gives easy access to the UK in summer. Czantorię, famous for its interesting views, and in winter, it provides skiers with downhill runs on its slopes. Stop. PKP, stop. bus communication. pharmacy. Hotele, motel. Restaurant, bars, coffeehouse.

Midday (676 m) —Middle.

Midday (672 m, on cat maps 657 m; also: Halfway, dialectally: Midnight, NS.: Poledm) - Mountain, rising from the south. trees, forested slopes over the Dziedzina - the central part of Nydek. It is, in fact, a pile-up, ending debts with 3,5 km ridge, running to the north–zach. from the top (—*) Meadows and boundary from the west. the upper part of the Głuchówka valley. In the clearings under the ridge, farms of the southern hamlet are scattered. Zach., The 25C trail from Nydek to Filipka runs along the steep slopes of the Połedna ridge.