The largest piece of wilderness in Central Europe can be found in Slovakian part of Carpathians, in Silent Valley, in Tatra Mountains! This piece of Carpathians deserves our support and protection!
Tichá valley is a unique area of the wilderness that remained preserved in Tatra National Park in Slovakia. Bears and wolves live there along with other endangered species of fauna and flora.
The Silent Valley is a 17 km long valley situated in the Západné Tatry (West Tatras). In the west it is surrounded by the ridge of the Liptovské Tatras, in the east by the Liptovské Kopy. In the north and north-west it is surrounded by the state border with Poland that crosses an attractive limestone ridge of the Červené vrchy (Red Hills).

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Vlado Vancura is the Deputy Chairman and Director of wilderness of the European Wilderness Society and is based in Liptovsky Hradok, Slovakia.

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