The Land of the Bison and Primeval Forest Nordic Walking Park – Bison Loop (black) 15 km
The route follows along an asphalt road to Czerlonka, so it will be necessary to have rubber "shoes" for sticks. Before the railroad the route turns left, passes the buildings of Czerlonka and follows so-called Miłkowski Tryb, next to the Natural Forests reserve of the Białowieża Forest. Then the route of the green hiking trail Hajnówka - Białowieża returns to Czerlonka. The area has one of the highest hills in the Polish part of the Bialowieza Forest called "Batory Mountain" - 183 m above sea level. It was named in honor of King Stefan Batory, who hunted in the Bialowieza Forest. According to legend, the king's hunting camp used to be here. On the slope there are two crosses - one commemorating the place of fighting in 1920, and the other with a plaque commemorating the generals: brothers Stanisław and Józef Bułak - Bałachowicz. Route 6 is connected by a connecting route to Route 7, which follows so-called Grubolipny Tryb.
Walking time: about 3 hours
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