Muzeum Nikifora Krynica-Zdrój

Rysunki ołówkiem nie są skończonymi obrazkami, tylko szkicami przygotowanymi w celu pomalowania. Nikifor wykonywał rysunki ołówkowe w różnych miejscach i okolicznościach, także  w trakcie licznych podróży pociągami, kiedy nie mógł malować. Rysunki te wskazują jednak na wielki talent do rysowania jaki Nikifor posiadał. Nikifor rysował kredkami głównie pod koniec życia, gdy coraz częściej przebywał w szpitalach i w sanatoriach lecząc gruźlicę. Na salach szpitalnych nie pozwalano mu malować farbami. Artysta nie mógł spędzać kolejnych dni nie tworząc obrazków, więc rysował kredkami. W tej sali można także zobaczyć dwa niezwykłe dzieła Nikifora, jakimi są modlitewnik i szkicownik artysty. Modlitewnik Nikifora jest dziełem unikalnym. Jest jego książką do nabożeństwa. Młody Nikifor, nie mając pieniędzy na zakup prawdziwej książki do modlitwy, sam ją sobie narysował. Chciał uczestniczyć w nabożeństwach na takich samych zasadach jak inni ludzie, nie chciał czuć się gorszym od tych, którzy przychodzili do cerkwi ze swoimi książkami. Modlitewnik liczy 86 stron. Treść rysunków to głównie sceny biblijne z udziałem tłumów ludzi i postaci świętych. Modlitewnik powstał najprawdopodobniej w latach 20. XX w. Szkicownik Nikifora wykonany w latach 20. XX w. (prezentowany w reprodukcji) zawiera wykonane ołówkiem szkice cerkwi z terenu sądeckiej Łemkowszczyzny. Można rozpoznać konkretne świątynie w takich miejscowościach jak: Łabowa, Tylicz, Mochnaczka, Jastrzębik, Żegiestów, Wojkowa, Powroźnik, Złockie. Rysunki opatrzone są podpisami. Pomimo że nazwy miejscowości są zapisane z błędami literowymi, szkice wiernie odtwarzają architekturę konkretnych obiektów w tych miejscowościach i można je łatwo rozpoznać. Karty szkicownika zarysowane dwustronnie, są ewidentnymi rysunkami studyjnymi. Szkicownik jest dowodem na to, że Nikifor w młodości świadomie doskonalił swój warsztat artystyczny ćwicząc umiejętności rysowania w plenerze. Ta część ekspozycji wyposażona została ponadto w interaktywne ekrany dotykowe, za pomocą których zwiedzający mogą indywidualnie zapoznać się z wieloma materiałami archiwalnymi dotyczącymi Nikifora, a także poznać całą zawartość Modlitewnika i Szkicownika. Fotogramy na korytarzu łączącym dwa skrzydła obiektu wykonane zostały przez Mariana Włosińskiego w latach 60. XX w. M. Włosiński - opiekun prawny i przyjaciel Nikifora, sam był malarzem i fotografem. Przez szereg lat spotykał się z Nikiforem prawie codziennie, odbyli razem wiele wycieczek i podróż do Bułgarii w 1963 r. Wykonał niezwykle cenną, liczącą kilkaset zdjęć fotograficzną dokumentację z ostatnich dziesięciu lat życia artysty. Warto zwłaszcza zwrócić uwagę na zdjęcie Nikifora w rozmowie z Teofilem Ociepką. Ociepka przebywając na kuracji w Krynicy odwiedził Nikifora, o którym wiele słyszał. Zdjęcie przedstawia historyczne spotkanie dwóch najsłynniejszych polskich malarzy naiwnych.


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)

zamek
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a must for every fan of cycling. The trail meanders around the recesses of the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, presenting what it has the best to offer, i.e. ruins of castles and endless forests, e.g. the Dulowska Forest.
Difficulty: Medium
Trail length: 89,1 km
Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Viewpoints, Information boards, Educational paths

The section in the Małopolska region is mostly devoid of what is most characteristic of the Silesian part of this trail, i.e. a large number of sandy fragments. Of course, we also come across them, but they are not really long. Anyway, for this trail we recommend a bike with wide tires (mtb / tourist / gravel). The trail is very well marked, there are several resting places along the way with information boards and mileage boards. Up to Krzeszowice the trail runs practically parallel to the trail of the future VeloRudawa route and the railway line.

The maximum altitude is: 464 m asl. The lowest point on the route is at an altitude of 207 m asl.

The trail runs 44% on roads separated from car traffic. 44% of the route runs through forest.

The route runs through the following protected areas:

Landscape Parks: Eagles' Nests Landscape Park, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park

Reserves: Eliaszówka Valley

Natura 2000: Jurassic Valleys, Jaroszowiec, Czerna, Krzeszowice, Ostoja Środkowojurajska

Tourist attractions: Wooden Villa from 1896 (Zabierzów), Carmelite Museum in Czerna (Krzeszowice), Museum of the Krzeszowice Land (Krzeszowice), Potocki Palace in Krzeszowice (Krzeszowice), Vauxhall Palace (Krzeszowice), Rabsztyn Castle ( Olkusz), Tenczyn Castle (Krzeszowice), Castle in Bydlin (Klucze).


Natural attractions: Natura 2000 – Czerna, Natura 2000 – Jurassic Valleys, Natura 2000 – Jaroszowiec, Natura 2000 – Krzeszowice, Natura 2000 – Ostoja Środkowojurajska, Eliaszówka Valley Nature Reserve, Racławka Valley Nature Reserve, Ruskie Góry Nature Reserve, Skała Kmita Nature Reserve, Smoleń Nature Reserve, Krakow Valleys Landscape Park, Eagle Nests' Landscape Park, Tenczynek Landscape Park.

Facilities: Camping sites, Place for a bonfire, Point of observation, Viewpoints, Information boards, Shelters, Educational paths
Type of surface: unimproved dirt road, improved dirt road, asphalt (even), asphalt (poor quality), concrete cube

 


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Jura Upland Bicycle Trail of the Eagles’ Nests (Małopolska region section)