|Slovak: Belianske Tatry|
|Elevation||2,151.5 m (7,059 ft)|
|Parent range||Eastern Tatras|
Belianske Tatras (Slovak: Belianske Tatry) is a mountain range in the Eastern Tatras in North Central Slovakia. Eastern Tatras are part of the Tatra Mountains, which are part of the Inner Western Carpathians.
The highest point is Havran at 2,151.5 m (7,059 ft). Like most of the area, the peak is not accessible for tourists to protect the rare animals and plants. The first inhabitants were shepherds in the 14th century.
Ecology and biology
Today, the whole area is a national nature reserve covering 54.08 km² (20.9 mi²), which is part of Tatra National Park. Many endemic, rare and endangered species live or grow here.
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