Tarnica is a peak in the Bieszczady Mountains in southern Poland. Its height is 1,346 metres. It is one of the Polish Crown Peaks.
The summit towers 500 metres above the Wołosatka Valley. It can be easily told apart from its neighbours by its distinctive shape. The mountain has two separate summits, one of 1,339 and one of 1,346 metres. The southern part is a steep rocky wall, while the other side consist of less steep rocky fields.
There's a hiking trail (T1) leading to the summit.
By elevation Tarnica is
# 1 out of 3408 in Subcarpathian Voivodeship # 1 out of 558 in powiat bieszczadzki # 1 out of 192 in Bieszczady National Park
By prominence Tarnica is
# 2 out of 3408 in Subcarpathian Voivodeship # 2 out of 558 in powiat bieszczadzki # 10 out of 19162 in Poland # 2 out of 192 in Bieszczady National Park
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