A 30.8 km route, which can be covered in about 9 hours. It starts in Duszniki-Zdrój, then covers Podgórze, Graniczna, Zieleniec, Lasówka, Przełęcz pod Uboczem. The final destination is Spalona – the Jagodna chalet. It is worth noting that from the All Season centre we have the possibility to enter the route and continue in the chosen direction or complete the route from the beginning. The choice is yours! And what is waiting for you along the route? Below are the attractions located in its vicinity.
The Duszniki-Zdrój station has a rich history, dating back to the beginnings of railways in the region. It was opened in the 19th century, together with the growing interest of visitors to the Duszniki-Zdrój spa. Initially, it served mainly as an interchange point for passengers travelling by rail to nearby towns and regions. The station. until the beginning of its establishment, has undergone many modernisations and extensions, adapting to the changing needs and increase in rail traffic. Today, the Duszniki-Zdrój station plays an important role in providing transport for both residents and tourists visiting this charming spa town.
Market Square in Duszniki-Zdrój
A charming medieval market square surrounded by Renaissance and Baroque townhouses from the 16th to 19th centuries. There is a beautiful town hall with a bas-relief of the town’s patron saint, St Peter, and a Marian votive column from 1725 as a votive offering for being saved from the plague. The square is an ideal place for strolling, with benches bearing the town’s coat of arms and spectacular lighting at night. The century-old townhouses hide many secrets, and some have historical plaques commemorating events such as the hospitality of King John Casimir or the role of Mayor Paul Dengler in promoting the town as a spa resort
Chopin's Manor House
Chopin’s Manor House was built in 1802-05 for cultural activities. Frederic Chopin visited the estate in 1826 during his stay at the spa. In his honour, the International Chopin Festival is held in Duszniki-Zdrój every year in August.
Chopin’s manor house attracts tourists who want to see where the composer lived and worked. This is an important place for lovers of Chopin’s music and history in the heart of Duszniki-Zdrój.
The Polish Gate Pass
The Polskie Wrota Pass is one of the picturesque passes in the Table Mountains, on the Polish-Czech border. It is located at an altitude of about 660 m above sea level and is an important tourist route and a place of great natural significance.
The Polskie Wrota Pass is surrounded by characteristic rock formations that give the place a unique charm. It is a popular destination for hikers and rock climbers alike. From its top, there are magnificent views of the surrounding mountain ranges and the nearby Kłodzko Basin.
The Polskie Wrota Pass is also an important point on the border route between Poland and the Czech Republic. It is a place of historical importance, reminding of the old times when the border divided the area. Nowadays, the pass is a meeting place and cultural exchange between tourists from both countries.
The Golden Adit
The Golden Adit is a 170-metre-long cave with a height difference of 20 metres, created in a marble lens during the period of gold prospecting at the end of the Middle Ages. The iron ore adit was first mentioned in 1594. From 1841 it was open to the public, but around 1915 the cave was flooded. Today, the adit is not open to the public, it has been protected as a wintering ground for bats.
The Neo-Romanesque Church of St. Anne
St. Anne’s Church is a Neo-Romanesque church that was built in 1902. It is the highest-lying church in the Sudety Mountains and is located in the picturesque surroundings of the Bystrzyckie Mountains. It has a massive tower, a statue of the Virgin Mary from 1862 and a cross from 1866. The interior of the church is furnished in the style of the years of construction.
Peat Bog near Zieleniec
The reserve Torfowisko pod Zieleniec is a protected nature reserve of exceptional ecological value. It is located near Zieleniec, in the Bystrzyckie Mountains, on the Polish-Czech border. The peat bog is a unique ecosystem dominated by peat vegetation such as mosses, sedges and carnivorous plants.
The peat bog below Zieleniec protects rare and endangered plant species and is an important breeding and feeding ground for birds and animals. The richness of the flora and fauna of the area attracts nature lovers and researchers.
Jagodna mountain chalet
The Jagodna Chalet was built around 1895. At present, the facility operates under the PTTK signboard.
The history of hostels dates back to the beginning of the 20th century, when the first facilities were established to provide accommodation and food for tourists during their mountain hikes. PTTK hostels were built at various times and have been extended and modernised many times to meet the growing needs of tourists.
Today, the hostels offer comfortable rooms, dining rooms, restaurants and other facilities for visitors. They are an excellent base for exploring the mountains, which are famous for their beautiful landscapes, unique rock formations and natural diversity.