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Bicycle Path Map

No. 1: Kościelisko - Chochołowska Valley

 

Length of the route: 25 km, ride time: 3 hours, altitude difference: 250 m, difficult route. The route starts in Kiry at the outlet of the Kościeliska Valley. Then, follow the road towards Czarny Dunajec. In the Roztoka hamlet, turn left to the Chochołowska Valley. Go through Siwa Polana, follow an asphalt road and you reach Huciska. Then, up the stony path to Polana Chochołowska through the Tatra National Park where you pass Niżnia and Wyżnia Brama Chochołowska and Wywierzysko Chochołowskie. Return to Roztoka by the same route. In Roztoka, turn right and immediately left, go across the bridge on Kirowa Woda, take the gravel road until you reach an asphalt road. Then, turn right to the hamlet of Groń, turn right again, and past the biathlon stadium, you reach Kiry.

 

 

No 2: Zakopane - Witów - Dzianisz

 

Length of the route: 30 km, ride time: 3.5 hours, altitude difference: 300 m, difficult route. Start at the car park in Polana Szymoszkowa. Follow the signs through the village of Kościelisko. In the hamlet of Roztoka, turn right through the forest onto a gravel road to Płazówka. Here, it is worth stopping to admire the views of the Chochołowska Valley. In the clearing, several houses and a charming chapel are visible. Then, go through Witów along the asphalt road to the village of Dzianisz, and then uphill to Gubałówka – elevation 1123 m. The difficulties of the cycle are compensated by the wonderful view of Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains. Take the road down to Kościelisko and on to Zakopane.

 

 

 

No 3: Harenda - Ząb - Bachledówka - Gubałówka

 

Length of the route: 35 km, ride time: 4 hours, altitude difference: 300 m, difficult route. Start at Harenda Ski Resort in Zakopane (bike can be taken up by chairlift). The route leads to the village of Ząb. From Ząb, go south to Furmanowa and Gubałówka while you have a beautiful view of the Tatra Mountains and Zakopane. From Gubałówka, passing Słodyczka, go down to the village of Nowe Bystre and along a narrow asphalt path to Bachledówka, where Bishop Karol Wojtyła (Pope John Paul II) stayed many times. Here, there is a beautiful panorama of the Tatra Mountains and Podhale and you can admire Pisko, Babia Góra, Gorce Mountains with Turbacz, and the entire ridge of the Tatra Mountains. Then, go through Czerwienne to Ząb.

 

 

No 4: Biały Dunajec - Bukowina Tatrzańska

 

Length of the route: 20 km, ride time: 2.5 hours, altitude difference: 300 m, difficult route. Start in Biały Dunajec at the Commune Office. Go through the village and cross the bridge over Biały Dunajec to the village of Gliczarów Dolny. Continue along a narrow asphalt road which continues steeply uphill to Gliczarów Górny. In front is the village of Bukowina Tatrzańska and a beautiful view of the Tatra Mountains. Here, turn left and follow the asphalt path until you reach the hamlet of Zimni. Then follow the road north along the ridge between Leśnica and Gliczarow. You will have a fabulous view of the Tatra Mountains and Podhale. A dirt road leads you to Gliczarów Dolny and then to Biały Dunajec.

 

 

 

No 5: Biały Dunajec - Stołowe Biały Dunajec - Stołowe

 

Length of the route: 25 km, ride time: 3 hours, attitude difference: 300 m, difficult route. Start in Biały Dunajec, at the Commune Office. Go through the village and turn to Gliczarow Górny. Continue along an asphalt road up a steep hill to the hamlet of Janasówka. From the hill, there are wonderful views of the Tatra Mountains. Turn right to the hamlet of Stołowe and then down the asphalt path to the Świdrowy stream. Then along the dirt road to Skupniowa Street in Biały Dunajec.

 

 

No 6: Białka - Droga Królewska - Czarna Góra

 

Length of the route: 20 km, ride time: 2.5 hours, altitude difference: 300 m, difficult route. Start in Biały Dunajec at the Commune Office. Go through the village and cross the bridge over Biały Dunajec to the village of Gliczarów Dolny. Continue along a narrow asphalt road which continues steeply uphill to Gliczarów Górny. In front is the village of Bukowina Tatrzańska and a beautiful view of the Tatra Mountains. Here, turn left and follow the asphalt path until you reach the hamlet of Zimni. Then follow the road north along the ridge between Leśnica and Gliczarow. You will have a fabulous view of the Tatra Mountains and Podhale. A dirt road leads you to Gliczarów Dolny and then to Biały Dunajec.

 

 

No 7: Małe Ciche - Tarasówka

 

Length of the route: 16 km, ride time: 2 hours, altitude difference: 230 m, difficult route. The route starts in the village of Małe Ciche. Go through the village to the junction with the Oswald Balzer road to Wierch Poroniec. Here, turn left to Polana Zgorzelisko and then along the forest road to Tarasówka, famous for its Shepherd's Festival accompanied by beautiful views. From Tarasówka, a steep downhill ride along a dirt road to Małe Ciche.

 

 

No 8: Bukowina Tatrzańska - Czarna Góra - Leśnica

 

Length of the route: 40 km, ride time: 4 hours, altitude difference: 300 m, difficult route. The route starts in Bukowina Tatrzańska at the Commune Office. Along the asphalt road you go to the village of Czarna Góra, which is located in Spisz. Go through Trybsz to Leśnica and through the village up the hill to Bukowina Tatrzańska. On this section of the route you can admire beautiful views of the Tatra Mountains. Then, through Rusiński Wierch go down to the Commune Office.

 

 

No 9: Downhill route in Harenda

 

Harenda has become an interesting place for cyclists. Cyclists can have a ride using walking routes. If you like adrenaline, a downhill route is for you. Throughout the entire season, this route is secured with mattresses and well marked. If you do not want to ride uphill, you can use a chairlift which is adapted for carrying bicycles. There is also a bicycle rental in Harenda.