Our mountains are a great place for trekking and hiking. Network of trails covers Polish and the Czech side of the mountains. In our blog we would like to present in our opinion the most interesting routes that are included in our tours. At the beginning description of the route from the Czech town Spindlerovy Mlyn, trough Pec to the mountain resort Karpacz, located on the Polish side of the mountains. This route is extremely varied and shows the diversity of Sudetes. Trail leads through the valleys, peaks, plateaus, dense mountain forest and above mountain lakes.
There is a place in which we organize trekking expeditions endings, and also is the destination of easy and pleasant walks at the end of the tour. It is also a great place for rest, lunch and got beautiful viewpoint for the Jeleniogórska Valley. The place calls St. Anna’s Chapel and is located on the slope of Grabowiec Hill. The first wooden chapel was erected in this place at the beginning of the thirteenth century at the spring beside the road leading from the Pagan Valley to the Good sources called Babia Path or the Path of Witches on the site of ancient Slavic pagan worship center, dating back to Neolithic times. The first mention of a chapel on Grabowiec Hill was recorded in 1212 in the parish chronicle of Sobieszów village. Chapel initially looked after the Hospitallers, Knights nun. The chapel was maintained with funds from the Swidnicko –Jaworski Duke Bolek II.