The Three Crowns Massif is a beautiful portion of the Pieniny Mountain Range surrounded by a streams and small town. The peak stands at 982 meters above sea level.
Small convenience stores provide a place to pick up groceries and most importantly: cheap ice cream. We had ice cream every day or multiple times per day because the weather was quite hot.
One of the unique aspects of this town is the bridge that separates Poland from Slovakia.
We enjoyed how well kept the houses were in this area.
The hike up was a challenge but well worth the trip. There is an attendant at the top which you can pay to gain access to the observation platform at the very peak of the mountain.
We took one last look before heading back to town. This hike stood out as being a beautiful path with amazing views.