Wierzchowska Górna Cave

The Wierzchowska Górna Cave is located in the village of Wierzchowie approx. 20 km from Krakow. It gained the name of the largest and longest Jurassic cave in the Kraków-Wieluń Upland. It is well adapted to tourist traffic and illuminated. The total length of the corridors is approx. 980m. The cave has many halls, chimneys and corridors in which a very diverse fauna lives: bats, beetles, moths, spiders, etc.


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