Already a few years ago I had planned to ride the Lower Silesian singles one day, but until I moved from Warsaw to Wrocław, it was still out of my way. Now, with the advent of spring, I am starting my sightseeing, and the first one were Single Tracks Strzelin.
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I like bicycle routes leading away from cars and close to nature. I like to speed up on the asphalt, but my love of nature often pulls me to more difficult terrain. I like to explore new places and often only roughly plan the route. Also often it turns out that the route was very nice. See some of my memories and suggestions for one-day bike trips.
Krwawa Pętla (Bloody Loop), is a bicycle route that runs along the hiking trails around Warsaw. It is said that to mark it as done, you should ride it in 24 hours. Recently also I took up this challenge.
Long June days are the perfect time for day and night bike tours. After 2 am it starts to get bright and still for a long time it will be empty everywhere. This time, after checking the forecasts and rail connections, I chose the route Białystok – Warsaw, which I had been thinking about for some time.
Bike Trail by the River Bug (Nadbużański Szlak Rowerowy) is 420 km long and runs through Mazovian, Podlaskie and Lublin Voivodeship, between Wyszków and Hrubieszów. Recently, I traveled the Mazovian part of the trail. Read how it was!
Green 7 (Zielona 7) is a bicycle route going on low-traffic roads between Warsaw and Gdańsk. I thought about riding it a long time ago and I finally made it.
Sokoliki (also called Sokoły or Góry Sokole) and Rudawy Janowickie are two areas in Poland which can be actually treated as one region, as they are very close to each other. They’re located in south-west of Poland, about 15 km from the town Jelenia Góra.
The Tatras are undoubtedly amazing mountains. Although they occupy a small area, they delight with towering peaks and ridges. Their alpine nature, however, makes them dangerous and some trails are definitely not for everyone. Which trails are suitable for beginner, intermediate and advanced hikers?