- Published on Tuesday, 15 November 2011 14:58
I. Bridge at the Łeba River nearby Gać
II. Reed beds and club-rushes at the Łebsko Lake
III. Strict protection area "Olszyna"
IV. Beechwood forests in the Słowiński National Park
V. Royal fern
VI. Strict protection area "Bielice Gackie"
VIII. Peat exploitation and succession process at high bogs
IX. European spruce bark beetle gradation in spruce tree stand
X. Mosaic structure of plant complexes
Route: trail goes through forest areas under strict and active protection in the Żarnowska Protection District, north and south from the yellow tourist track. The trail starts nearby the bridge at the Łeba River, and after looping ends by the forester’s lodge in Gać. Due its long distance it can be divided for two trails, around 5 km each: “northern” trail – stopovers I-VII, and “southern” trail – stopovers VIII-X.
Trail infrastructure: general board with a map, educational boards, breezeway, educational jetty at the Lake, direction posts, benches, litter bins made in 2004 under the donation from the NFEP&WM in Warsaw.
1. Groups over 10 only with a guide. In Polish only, any translation is provided and paid by the visitors.
2. Max. no. of visitors: 30
3. Hiking shoes and tick protection required.