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Category: Marked tourist route
Jasionki - Błatnia
 
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Jaworze - Nałęże
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Błatnia

Pieszy, Czerwony szlak turystyczny prowadzący z miejscowości Jasionki nieopodal Jaworza-Nałęża na szczyt Błatnia. Malowniczy szlak górski początkowo biegnie w głąb doliny potoku Jasionki, by po chwili skręcić w prawo, rozpoczynając strome podejście przez las na grzbiet Suchego Gronia w pobliżu szczytu Łazek (713 m n.p.m.). Dalej, cały czas łagodnie pod górę, szlak wiedzie przez szczyty: Czupel (746 m n.p.m.), Małą Cisową (829 m n.p.m.) i Wielką Cisową (878 m n.p.m.) na Błatnią (917 m n.p.m.). Po drodze po opuszczeniu lasu szlak prowadzi grzbietową halą, z której rozciągają się piękne widoki. Przed Błatnią znajdują się zgliszcza chatki studenckiej, która spłonęła w 1995 roku oraz stadnina koni - "Ranczo Błatnia". Pod szczytem Błatniej znajduje się schronisko turystyczne, w których można odpocząć i posilić się. Szlak trudny ze względu na dużą różnicę wzniesień.


The main way of travelling
Difficulty level Travel time [min]
walking difficult 120,00 [min]
Other possible ways to travel
Difficulty level Estimated travel time [min]
bike difficult 50,00 [min]
Detailed route parameters
Name
value
Total distance [km]
6,23
Total uphill distance [km]
0,40
Total downhill distance [km]
1,13
Total flat distance [km]
4,71
Total uphill altitude [m]
176,00
Total downhill altitude [m]
591,00
Minimum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
457,00
Average altitude [m.a.s.l.]
732,60
Maximum altitude [m.a.s.l.]
880,00
Towns/cities on the road:
Jaworze - Nałęże
Trail length: 6
Trail length in the Silesian Voivodeship: 6
Districts: cieszyński
Voivodeships: Silesian
Tourist regions: Beskid Śląski
Amenities: information plates

See also

Brenna
Brenna as a mountain resort became popular in the interwar years of the twentieth century. The village was visited by tourists mainly from Silesia. In 1924, Bruno Konczakowski from Cieszyn built a hunting manor in the valley of the Głębiec brook. The manor made of alpine stone pine and larch was built in a Tyrolean style. The interior reflects the owner’s hunting interests. The Chapel of St. Hubert stands in the vicinity of the manor.
Brenna
The Catholic parish of Saint John the Baptist in Brenna now covers most of the tourist resort. Previously, this area belonged to the parish in Grodziec, then - since the seventeenth century - to the parish in Górki Wielkie. Interestingly, the policy pursued by the Austrian Emperor Joseph II contributed to the creation of a separate parish in Brenna in 1784. The church of Saint John the Baptist was built shortly thereafter and was consecrated in 1796.
Brenna
There are a number of wooden houses from the 18th to 20th centuries in various places of Brenna. The traditional, typical residential buildings of this area are log cabins on stone foundations. The oldest were once chimneyless huts.
Jaworze
The Roman Catholic Church dedicated to Divine Providence in Jaworze was founded by Arnold Saint Baron d'Anneaucourt Genoise in 1802. He was the first member of this family who was the owner of Jaworze. The church was erected in the Classicist style. From the outside, a centrally located, elegant dome merits attention. There is a parish cemetery next to the church. One section of the cemetery houses the tombs of the spa owners from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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