The Mala Fatra National Park is located in the northwestern part of the Western Carpathians. It is characterized by an unusual diversity of geological and climatic conditions and the beauty of the landscape. Here you will find interesting rock formations, cliffs, gorges and crevices. So far over 1,100 plant species have been identified. Protected plant species such as alpine aster and bitterness occur on limestone and dolomite rocks. Forests make up 70% of the area, and the most common species are: beech, spruce, fir and sycamore. The territory creates favorable conditions for the bear, lynx, otter, eagle and other animals.