The tower of St. Giles church in Dobków and panorama of Katshava Foothills. In the background, you can see Ostrzyca Mt. 501m above sea level.
You can go by the gravel road along the beautiful lime wood alley….
… or walk along the yellow route to the foot of Mountain.
A picnic spot prepared by the Forest District in Złotoryja. There is plenty of wood for a bonfire around the place :-)
Roasting sausages over an open fire after the trip motivates children to climb up the volcano.
Ostrzyca Mt. is an easy mountain “to conquer”, prepared also for seniors and families with small children.
Several hundred stairs made of basalt stones lead you to the top.
A reward for climbing – the beautiful panorama. The view to: Proboszczów, Sokołowiec, Sędziszowa and Świerzawa.
You may often meet rare butterflies, the Old World swallowtails, at the top of Ostrzyca Mt.
Ostrzyca Mt. is often referred to as the Silesian Fujiyama.
The view from Mountain.
The top of the extinct volcano.
Basalt stone runs are very rare in Poland.
On the way back. The view to Proboszczów.
Is there anyone who doubts that there were volcanoes in Poland?
The view from Dobków to Ostrzyca Mt. The sun is over Wielisławka – the equally interesting volcano, but older from Ostrzyca by 200 million years.
The view from Dobków.