The Western Beskids (Czech: Západní Beskydy; Slovak: Západné Beskydy; Polish: Beskidy Zachodnie; German: Westbeskiden) are a set of mountain ranges spanning the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland. Geologically the Western Beskids are part of the Outer Western Carpathians.
|Elevation||1,323 m (4,341 ft)|
|Native name||Západní Beskydy (cs)|
Beskidy Zachodnie (pl)
|Countries||Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland|
|Regions||Moravia, Czech Silesia and Lesser Poland|
|Parent range||Outer Western Carpathians|
|Borders on||West Beskidian Foothills, Slovak-Moravian Carpathians, Central Beskids, Podhale-Magura Area, Central Beskidian Piedmont and Lower Beskids|
Traditionally the Western Beskids were considered part of the Beskids, a term that differs according to historical and linguistic heritage.