Ślęża Landscape Park

Nature Reserve in Sobótka

This park is centred on the solitary forested cone of Mt Ślęża (718m), one of the holy places of an ancient pagan tribe which scattered votive statues over the slopes.

Outside the northern boundary is the town of Sobótka. From here, the red route leads you on a two-hour hike up the mountain. You’ll find two statues called the Bear (Miś) and the Fish (Ryba) on the way, plus a tall TV mast and a 19th-century church at the top.

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