In the summer we turn our skis on the bike!
For turists who prefer cycling tours Zieleniec offers nearly 150 kilometers of trails that lead through the most beautiful parts of the village and the surrounding area, revealing unusual panoramas and the most interesting tourist attractions. For lovers of nature and people who like physical activity, this is the perfect solution! The paths have varying degrees of difficulty and in part run on the Czech side. You can spend whole days exploring unusual places in the area!
Here are some suggestions for cycling routes:
1. Duszniki Zdrój Cycle Route to Podgorze through Jamrozowa Polana
We start the trip from reaching the intersection of ul. Wybickiego z ul. Verdant. Then we take the asphalt road uphill, after over 100 meters we enter the forest (going still asphalt) and reach the glade "old relay". At this place we can relax and regenerate. Then we go on the red trail, which we go about 400 meters and we are on the Jamrozowa Polana. From the glade, after turning left we will get to the "Eve Braun Way", from where we will take the asphalt road to Podgórze. After returning to the left, past the Black Pond, we will follow the direction of the Green. This route is not marked by bike trails.
2. International Cycling Route "Walls"
The route leads through the red trail, starts and ends at Police n / Metuje. The path leads through the National Park of the Stołowe Mountains - through the Polish and Czech side. The route is 56 km long, including 19 km on the Polish side. The International Cycle Route "Walls" leads through the border crossing of Ostra Gora / Machovská Lhota.
3. Cycle route from Duszniki Zdrój to Stołowe Mountains
The route starts at the Market Square, from where we head to ul. Slowacki and downhill reaching the intersection with the E-8 route, for the section we have to enter. After 30 m we turn right and reach the next intersection from which we follow Łężyce. In the village of Łężyce at the height of the church. St. Mary Magdalene is a fork of roads. After entering the forest road we will reach the junction to Lisia Przełęcz. Leading to the left we will reach the Way of the One Bend, which goes to Karlov. The route is partially marked.