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Strictly protected areas

Strictly protected areas

The most outstanding areas of the Bükk National Park, having unique natural, landscape and cultural assets are under strict protection. These are the following ones, as declared in the 18/1976. OTvH decree (6009 ha):

-          the Dédes fort ruins and their surroundings,

-          the Csondró Valley and the Látó kövek [seeing rocks],

-          the Garadna Hillside and the Három-kúti [three wells] Valley,

-          the surface of the Szent István Cave at Lillafüred

-          the Szinva Hillside,

-          the Sebes-víz [rapid water] Valley,

-          the surroundings of Jávorkút,

-          the Nagymező [great meadow],

-          the Balla and Csúnya valleys with the area between,

-          the Kő [Rock] Valley at Cserépváralja,

-          the Hór Valley,

-          the Ablakos-kő [fenestra rock] and the Leány [maiden] valleys,

-          the range of „Kövek” [rocks, i.e. cliff faces bordering the Bükk Plateau],

-          the Szalajka Valley,

-          the Vár [fort] Hill at Felsőtárkány,

-          the Vár [fort] Hill at Szarvaskő and its surroundings,

-          the Imó-kő [stone]

-          the south-western cliff of the Bél-kő [bowel rock], 13.4 ha – extention in 1984 (4/1984. OKTH decree)

As in the Art. (1), Paragraph 40 of the Act No. 53 of 1996 on nature conservation, entry into strictly protected areas is subject to permission issued by the national park directorate. Exception is made for authorised persons, however, they can only stay within the strictly protected areas to the extent necessary to complete their duties. Further on, this restraint is not to be applied to way-marked hiking and cycling trails and public roads. These can be used for transportation or excursion without permission but complying with all laws, rules and regulations, thus diverging from them is prohibited.


Utolsó módosítás: 2014. február 18., 15:31