"Szarlotka" (walking time 1 h 20 min) - this trail is a pleasant challenge for people practising Nordic Walking because of the variety of aesthetic impressions provided by the vicinity of nature, as well as a considerable amount of hills. 86% of the trail, which altogether is 5.2 km long, leads through a forest, along soft surfaces, which means that you do not have to use rubber tips on your poles. Its characteristic feature is a diversified configuration of the land. There are numerous hills with short or long climbs, and of various gradients, which allows people practising Nordic Walking to accomplish various training objectives. The trail has the shape of a loop and is marked in two directions; its start and finish are at the same place, at the crossroads of Os. Słoneczne and Leśna Street. It is a trail with an average level of difficulty.
"Napoleonka" (walking time 2 h) - the trail leads through an area perfectly reflecting the nature- and tourist-oriented character of the Sulęcin Region. There are many moraine hills as well as erratic blocks in unexpected places, which are a remainder of the Scandinavian glacier's activity in the area. The trail offers an opportunity of a day-long Nordic Walking excursion with some stops during which such natural attractions as the sources of the Red Stream, the Goat's Stone, the Dove's Stone and Napoleon's Pavement can be admired. 95% of the trail, which is altogether 8.3 km long, leads through forests, which allows two people to walk right next to each other. Because of its length, numerous climbs and fragments of paved surface, it is a difficult trail. The trail is good for strength or endurance training, as well as for practicing the technique of using Nordic Walking poles while climbing up and down. The trail has the shape of a loop and is marked in two directions; its start and finish are at the same place, at the crossroads of Paska Street and Reymonta Street in Sulęcin.
"Jagodzianka" (walking time 2 h 35 min) – although initially the trail leads through quiet streets near parks and charming ponds it unnoticeably brings the walkers from urban area into secluded forests. A nice surprise awaits the persistent walkers who reach the end of the loop: a multitude of blueberries growing in the forest undergrowth. 84% of the trail, which altogether is 10.3 km long, leads along soft surfaces, while the remaining part - along hard surfaces, i.e. flagstones and tamped rubble. The simplicity and length of the trail make it possible to combine the walk with technical or endurance training. The frequently sandy surface may also be a good opportunity to improve the footwork technique during Nordic Walking. The trail has the shape of a loop and is marked in two directions. The start and finish are at the gate to the town stadium at Moniuszki Street, where you can warm up and practice some stretching exercises. The trail is a simple one.
"Karpatka" (walking time 2 h 13 min) – the trail is a mosaic of aesthetic impressions and impressions connected with physical activity. Its characteristic feature is a diversified configuration of the land. It requires good preparation, physical condition and strength, because it is long and includes a demanding and long climb up. The beautiful and diversified nature and the close proximity of a forest is wonderfully relaxing for the brain and spirit of people practicing Nordic Walking. About 18% of the trail, which is altogether 11.1 km long, leads along hard surfaces (pavement, asphalt), while the remaining part is covered with soft surface, frequently sandy. It requires good preparation, physical condition and strength, because it is long and includes a demanding and long climb up. The trail has the shape of a loop and is marked in two directions. The start and finish are at Daszyńskiego Street; it runs from the "Kormoran" Recreation Centre along paths among fish ponds at the Postomia River. It is a trail with an average level of difficulty.
"Wuzetka" (walking time 1 h 50 min) – the trail is especially intended for local people practicing a less advanced technique of Nordic Walking and for those who feel insecure walking alone in a forest. It also serves a recreation purpose, as it offers an opportunity to walk to a charming bathing beach at Ostrowskie Lake, where one can take a rest, sunbathe or swim in the lake. About 70% of the trail, which is altogether 9.3 km long, leads along hard surfaces (Polbruk, asphalt), while the remaining part is covered with soft surface. That is why it is essential to take rubber tips for the poles. The trail has the shape of a loop and is marked in two directions. The start and finish are almost in the centre of Sulęcin; the trail leads along Witosa Street to Ostrowskie Lake, then goes round it and leads back to Witosa Street. The trail is a simple one.
"Baba Jaga" - is a picturesque Nordic Walking trail leading through the most attractive parts of the Sulęcińsko-Lubniewicki Lake District. At the beginning the trail leads along Lubiąż Lake, following the educational path, and then it turns west, towards Jarnatów. This is where the trail goes in two directions: the shorter variant leads to Sobieraj, while the longer one leads through Miechów, Żubrów, Uroczysko Lubniewsko to Sobieraj, where the large loop joins the small one. Further on, the trail leads along the Sobierajski Canyon, and then - along Lubniewsko Lake.
The length of the trail:
The large loop – 20.0 km
The small loop – 11.4 km
The colour of the trail: green
The level of difficulty: a difficult trail
"Czart" [the Devil] - is a picturesque Nordic Walking trail which starts in Glisno, at Provincial Road no. 136. At the beginning it runs along a housing estate road and a yellow hiking trail. Then it reaches the old railway embankment, and crosses the Stawka Valley and the Potok Canyon near Grodzisko. The trail leads to the crossroads with the yellow and black cycling trails (you can take a shortcut here, turning north-west along the black cycling trail. At the crossroads with the yellow hiking trail you will reach the large loop). The trail leads further on along the yellow and black cycling trail, and then goes south along the yellow hiking trail, running along Postomsko Lake to Wędrzyn. From Wędrzyn, the trail leads west, and then north, through the richly diversified terrain, among the postglacial hills, along the Red Stream Valley (parallel to the red hiking trail and the red cycling trail). Still further, the trail leads along the blue cycling trail, and then the yellow hiking trail, to the railway viaduct of the old and closed railway line.
The length of the trail:
The large loop – 14.6 km
The small loop – 5.4 km
The colour of the trail: red
The level of difficulty: an easy trail
NORDIC WALKING TRAILS