Over 50 years ago, the Biała Woda nature reserve was established with the purpose of preserving the unique terrain and cultural heritage found within its boundaries. The decision to create this protected area in 1963 was driven by the presence of historical buildings from the Szlachtowska Rus' (Lemko settlement), as well as the diverse and captivating flora and fauna in the region.
Within the reserve, visitors have the opportunity to admire various attractions, including the well-preserved remains of Lemko buildings that provide a glimpse into the region's history. Additionally, there are remarkable rock formations, such as Czubata, Bazaltowa Skała, and Smole.
Visitors can also enjoy the beauty of enchanting streams within the reserve.