TRIP NO 3
ZBORÓW MOUNTAIN RESERVE -CULTURAL HERITAGE CENTRE - DEEP CAVE
A land of white rocks is the most appropriate description of the rock reserve to which you are strongly invited. Zborów Mountain is a climbing mecca in Poland and the landscape is created by unusual rock formations. The mountain resembles a labirynth made up of rock blocks, spires and walls. You will find rocks, whose shapes resemble characters from fairy tales, people and animals.In the reserve "a camel, an owl, a miller and a miller's wife, roosters, a woman, a wall of the accursed, a small orchard and ... a toilet seat etc. are waiting for you.
Zborów Mountain Reserve
Photos: Archive of the Jurassic Communities Association; Author: Tomasz Gębuś
At the foot of the mountain there is the Deep Cave available for tourists. It is the longest karst formation in the reserve with a length of 190 metres. It is a horizontal cave and the tour includes a basic tourist route with an arranged lighting, exhibition on the formation of caves, dripstone and human activity in caves. You can go through the underground labirynth of Esso corridor and see the Esso Hall with rich dripstone.
The expedition to the reserve can be started on the car park where there is a Cultural Heritage Centre. In the objects there are workshops organised on wool felting, weaving, pottery, painting on fabric, etc.
Sightseeing: Reserve (year-round entrance ), deep cave (15 April - 31 October from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.), Cultural Heritage Centre (year-round entrance 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
Price: PLN 2-25 (prices depend on the number of objects and attractions, age and number of sightseeing participants).
Distance from the hotel: 16 km (GPS: 19º 32' 51" E 50º 27' 12" N). Address: Podlesice 83, Kroczyce 42-425.
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