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Przysłop - Łysy Groń - Barabasze
 
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Przysłop
WHERE TO:
Barabasze

Przysłop - Łysy Groń - Barabasze


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking easy 60,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
4,20
Total uphill distance [km]
1,38
Total downhill distance [km]
0,92
Total flat distance [km]
1,89
Total uphill altitude [m]
402,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
165,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
356,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
541,45
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
636,00
Trail length: 4,1
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 4,1

See also

Łodygowice
In the village of Łodygowice near Żywiec there is a seventeenth-century church. It is located on the Wooden Architecture Trail of the Silesia province. Originally, it was a chapel, which was enlarged in later centuries. The church was built in a log wall construction, with a shingle roof made of larch wood. The shrine has arcades, which in the past served as shelter for the pilgrims visiting it. It is one of the largest wooden churches in the Polish Beskids.
Łodygowice
The palace in Łodygowice, sometimes also called a castle, is a nicely located monument, which is dated from the seventeenth century. The residence owes its present appearance to a nineteenth-century rebuilding. It deprived the palace of defensive qualities. There are, however, a number of the traces which remind us of its earlier function. In the palace park, on the small river Żylica, we will see remains of the earthen ramparts and a moat. Currently, the building houses several Institutions and associations.
Żywiec
The church of St Mark in Żywiec is a little bit less known monument of the city. This building was erected in the second half of the nineteenth century on the site of an earlier wooden church. The most interesting and historic items of the equipment of that older church were transferred to the National Museum in Kraków. Inside the church of St Mark we can see a seventeenth-century sculpture, instead.Aside from the church, while visiting this part of this city, it is worth an old cemetery with a neo-Gothic chapel and tombstones of distinguished inhabitants.
Czernichów
The historic chapel and the wooden bell tower in Czernichów is one of the characteristic, sacral monuments of the Beskid landscape. The chapel dates from the eighteenth century. It is made of brick and covered with a roof of shingles. The wooden belfry is a post and beam construction, whose sloping walls are covered with wooden boards. The tower is protected with a shingled roof with a lantern, in which you can see a bell with an interesting history. From the side of the road, over the door, there is some space created for the chapel with a statue of the Virgin Mary.
Żywiec
The Museum of Armed Deed of the land of Żywiec was opened in 2011. It was organized by the Municipal Cultural Centre and the Żywiec Club of the Polish Arms "Lech". A former German air-raid shelter from WW2 was adapted as an exhibition space. The exhibition displays, among others, weapons and equipment of the Polish Army in the years 1914-1945, and memorabilia from the Army operations in the Żywiec area.
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Gastronomy

Żywiec
RESTAURACJA ORCHIDEA to nowoczesny lokal gastronomiczny, który zaprasza zarówno gości indywidualnych jak i grupy zorganizowane na niezwykła podróż kulinarną. Obsługa zapewnia, że nawet najbardziej wysublimowane podniebienia zostaną tu zaspokojone.
Żywiec
KARCZMA ŻYWIECKA zlokalizowana jest w samym centrum miasta. To miejsce niezwykłe, o szczególnej atmosferze. Zadowoli smakoszy o wyrafinowanych gustach kulinarnych oraz wielbicieli tradycyjnego góralskiego klimatu.
Żywiec
The restaurant was founded in 1997 in Zywiec Kosciuszko Street in 1940 by Catherine and Maciej Meres.
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