The Wieprza river is considered as one of the most beautiful rivers of the polish seaside. Uncrowded, trackless and wild. In the summer, we decided to try our strength on it. It was recommended everywhere to raft on Wieprza by starting from Pokrzywna – its right-bank tributary. Because last year I was canoeing from there… Continue reading Canoeing on the Wieprza river. A post about discovering the beauty.
I think that each of us can see some watershed moments. They are often relatively short but extremely important events. They are associated primarily with joys, but often remain colored with sadness. I think that if anyone ask about it a passerby on the street, he/she would have mention at least two-three such moments without… Continue reading Quo vadis?
The weather is really nice this autumn. Quite a lot of sunshine, and therefore relatively high temperatures make us want to have a long walk. Unfortunately, what everyone can notice, each day the dusk falls much earlier. During the week we can only take evening walks on Kołobrzeg promenades and look at dark endless sea.… Continue reading A walk through the Dębnica valley in Geopark – Postglacial Land of Drawa and Dębnica
First Day I am starting my next trip from Runowo Pomorskie, where the train brings me in. Because there was no place dedicated to bikes, a kind lady in charge of the train advised me to leave the bike in the first entrance to the first truck, and then sit in the first compartment reserved… Continue reading Ińsko Landscape Park – to the springs of Ina river – the Drawa National Park (part 1 of 2)