Wzdłuż Pasma Łososińskiego
Along the Łososiński Range
This picturesque route connecting the Rożnowskie Lake area with Limanowa runs along the easternmost part of Beskid Wyspowy, i.e. the Łososiński Range. During the trip you can admire far stretching views, enchanting hamlets perched high on mountain glades, and just at the beginning of the route, a small wooden church from the 17th century on the St. Just pass. The pass (400 m asl), through which runs the road from Nowy Sącz to Brzesko, is also an excellent vantage point to see the Rożnowskie Lake and the Dunajec valley. Get on the blue trail along the low ridge of Jodłowiec, admiring the scenic views of the Sądecka Valley and the foothills. Later, after a short stretch of asphalt road, begin the climb through Skrzętle-Rojówka onto the ridge of the Łosiński Range. The trail alternates between forests and scenic glades. The stretching panoramas include Beskid Sądecki and Wyspowy, while with good weather you can even see the Tatras. The highest peak of the range, Jaworz (921 m asl), lies more or less at the centre of the ridge. Further down the route you will reach the peaks of the Eastern and Western Sałasz, from which you can admire some stunning views. From the top of the Western Sałasz, follow the blue signs on the left, going down. Keep marching through fields and meadows of the vast anticline, between the main ridge and Łysa Góra, passing ski lifts. Take a steep descent through the forest down to the fields above Limanowa. Pass the huge millennium cross on the Miejska Góra mountain and arrive in the centre of the town, directly in front of the market square church that dominates above other building.
Przełęcz św. Justa – Jaworz – Sałasz Wschodni i Zachodni – Limanowa
Basilica of Our Lady of Sorrow in Limanowaul. Jana Pawła II 1, 34-600 Limanowa