|Východné Beskydy (sk)|
View of the nearby Pieniny from the summit of Three Crowns
|Elevation||1,157 m (3,796 ft)|
|Countries||Slovakia and Poland|
|Regions||Prešov and Lesser Poland|
|Parent range||Outer Western Carpathians|
|Borders on||Podhale-Magura Area, (Polish) Western Beskids and Low Beskids|
The Eastern Beskids (Slovak: Východné Beskydy; in Polish considered part of the Western Beskids, Beskidy Zachodnie) is a set of mountain ranges spanning the northern Slovak and southern Polish border.
Traditionally the Eastern Beskids are considered part of the Beskid Mountains, a term that differs according to historical and linguistic heritage. Geologically the Eastern Beskids are part of the Outer Western Carpathians.
The Eastern Beskids consist of: