Shebenik-Jabllanice National Park


The climate is temperate with dry warm summers and cool wet winters, though the highest reaches of the park are often covered in snow until May.

Flora and fauna

The part is home to a number of rare and endemic species of plants and wildlife. Beech, oak, fir, and other pine trees dominate the forested portions of the park. There are also a number of meadows and pastures. The brown bear, grey wolf, and Eurasian linx are all inhabitants of the area.


The park was created on May 21st 2008


The Shebenik-Jabllanice National Park is named after two mountains located within the park: Shebenik and Jabllanice. It is a new park, and thus underdeveloped


The terrain of the park is mostly foothills leading up to mountains which reach over 2,200 meters high. It is covered in small pine and deciduous forests, as well as grazing meadows.