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Cycling

Cycling on Kashubian routes is an active leisure. From Puck, Wladyslawowo and Jastarnia to Helu routes are specially marked, isolated from the road traffic. Planning a few days tour is not a problem - along the way campsites, catering and parking places are located. Other interesting routes are from Krokowa to Swarzewo, from Białogóra through Dębki to Karwia, from Puck to Błądzikowo, from Rzucewo to Osłonino, from Wejherowo to Rumia, from Gniewino through Lisewski Manor on jez. Dąbrze, from Puck, Darzlubie, Mechowo to Starzyno, etc

 

Cycling routes:

 

Puck - Swarzewo - Władysławowo - Chałupy - Kuźnica - Jastarnia - Jurata - Hel (łącznie 45km - 2h 20min.)

Krokowa - Kłanino - Radoszewo - Starzyński Dwór - Łebcz - Swarzewo (łącznie 18 km - 1h)

Puck - Błądzikowo - Rzucewo - Osłonino (łącznie 10km - 30min.)

Białogóra - Dębki - Karwia (łącznie 17 km - 55min.)

Puck - Darżlubie - Mechowo - Starzyno (15km - 50min.)

Gniewino - Lisewski Dwór - Kostkowo - Jez. Dąbrze (14km - 45min.)

Dębki - Żarnowiec (5km - 20min.)

Mechowo - Starzyński Dwór - Strzelno - Mieroszyno - Tupadły - Jastrzębia Góra (16km - 50min.)

 

Cycling track on the route of the railway line Swarzewo - Krokowa

 

The cycling route runs through the following villages: Swarzewo, Gnieżdżewo, Łebcz, Starzyński Dwór, Radoszewo, Kłanino, Sulicice, Sławoszyno, Minkowice, Krokowa. The axis of the bike path was laid out entirely on the old embankment of the Puck-Krokowa railway line. The new bicycle path starts in Gnieżdżewo at the intersection with the district road no. 216 and ends in Krokowa at the height of the old railway station.

In order to ensure the comfort of users, the path is made of sand asphalt width 2m. Five resting places are prepared for cyclist on 17.35 kilometers long route. Stops were prepared at railway stations in the following towns: Łebcz, Starzyński Dwór, Kłanino, Sławoszyno and Krokowa. Each of them is equipped with a small architecture comprising two sets of wooden benches, two concrete baskets and a wooden information board.