North east of Poland, trekking among wolves and birds
The northeast of Poland, formed during the last ice age, is a unique area in Europe. The irregular landscape that was left behind by the ice, has led to the formation of lakes and wetlands. In this beautiful landscape with rivers, lakes, forests and small-scale agriculture, are vast areas. The northern band of the area, where most lakes located, is known as the Mazurian lake.
The Biebrza valley forms the southern boundary of the lake. In the spring this particular area is for the wetland birds, as many as 176 birds have been observed. It is also habitat for moose, beaver and otter. Even the wolf has not left the area.
Hikers can pick up their hearts here. For a total of 325 km trekkings have been scheduled. The first walk of each stage is a roundtrip, En route, there are also scheduled roundtrip. It is not always succeeded in walking distance to find suitable accommodation. Therefore care of your hostess / host a few times a short transfer, so that it confers an uninterrupted journey is preserved.
53° 41' 48.1416" N, 21° 37' 15.9384" E
teahouse / lodge trek
Length >7 days and < 14 days
Maximum Altitude <2000m
Difficulty - Easy
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