The Land of the Bison and Primeval Forest Nordic Walking Park – Along the Forest Roads of Białowieża Forest (black) 15 km
The route consists of 4 sections forming a loop. Initially, the trail runs along an asphalt road called Zwierzyniecki Tryb, right next to the village of Budy, and then along a forest 'highway', called the Hajnowska Road, along the yellow cycling route of the Białowieża Cross-border Route. Next, forest routes at the reserve of the Natural Forests of the Bialowieza Forest and the Dębowy Grąd reserve. The Natural Forest Reserve of the Bialowieza Forest is the largest of the reserves in the Białowieża Forest, composed of several areas, protects forest ecosystems of the Białowieża Forest and the natural processes taking place in them. There are you can see trees over 100 years old. The Grąd Oak Nature Reserve was established to protect the natural fragment of the Bialowieza Forest with the species richness of trees (with the majority of oak and ash), shrubs and plants. In this reserve there are over 30 trees that are monuments of nature. The route returns back to forest routes, crossing the road Hajnówka - Białowieża and reaches the green walking trail. Route 5 is connected by a connecting route with Route 2, which leads the so-called By Hajnowska.
Walking time: about 3 hours
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