This path begins at the district road crossing next to the old, wooden mill in Raciborowice. At first, the path runs parallel to the bike trail “Dlubnia Valley” but behind the local shop, we take a right turn and ride towards to gothic village church St. Margaret’s. The trail abounds with interesting views of Cracow, Beskidy Mountains and sometimes when the air is clear we can even see Tatra Mountains (over 100 kms away).


St. Margaret's Church in Raciborowice

Interior of the church

Having gone round the church, we get to the local school and the cemetery with its wooden chapel. Continuing along the concrete road, we pass a deep valley on our left-hand side. A steep and long hill has to be climbed before reaching the village of Prawda and getting to enjoy the picturesque view towards the city of Cracow. On clear days, you can spot the Tatra mountains in the distance.

Back on the path, we have the village of Zdzieslawice on our left-hand side and continue on towards Wieclawice. Along the district road, we enter the renovated village centre passing the local school building on our left and the wooden St. Jacob church on our right. 


St. Jacob's Church in Wieclawice

St. Nicolaus' Triptych