Eastern Sudetes
Highest point
PeakPraděd
Elevation1,491 m (4,892 ft)
Coordinates50°4′59″N 17°13′51″E / 50.08306°N 17.23083°E / 50.08306; 17.23083Coordinates: 50°4′59″N 17°13′51″E / 50.08306°N 17.23083°E / 50.08306; 17.23083
Geography
Divisions of the Sudetes range system, Eastern Sudetes marked in green
CountriesCzech Republic and Poland
RegionsPardubice, Olomouc (Czech Rep.) and Lower Silesia, Opole, Silesia (Poland)
Parent rangeSudetes range system

The Eastern Sudetes (Polish: Sudety Wschodnie, Czech: Východní Sudety or Jesenická oblast) are the Eastern part of the Sudetes mountains on the border of the Czech Republic and Poland.[1] They stretch from the Kłodzko Valley and the Nysa Kłodzka River in the west down to the Moravian Gate in the east,[2][3] leading to the Outer Western Carpathians.[4]

Subdivision

The Eastern Sudetes consist of:

Notable towns

Notable towns in this area include:

References

  1. ^ "Fig. 2. Geological map of the Jeseniky Mountains, Eastern Sudetes..." ResearchGate. Retrieved 2019-03-19.
  2. ^ Copernicus, Index (2003). Water and Land Development. Index Copernicus.
  3. ^ Wistuba, Małgorzata (2014-07-10). Slope-Channel Coupling as a Factor in the Evolution of Mountains: The Western Carpathians and Sudetes. Springer. ISBN 9783319058191.
  4. ^ "Season end Eastern Sudetes - end of the ski season - Eastern Sudetes". www.skiresort.info. Retrieved 2019-03-19.