Cycling trips are a perfect way to spend leisure time in an active manner and to discover picturesque grounds of Mierzęcin. We have prepared in cooperation with Forest Inspectorates of Smolarz and Głusko marked paths of different length and of different level of difficulty.
By following them you will see greatest attractions of the area and admire panoramas from viewpoints.
Hard-surfaced roads, which run along the brown route, ensure a mild and calm journey. While travelling along this 13-kilometre-long route one can visit the old mill in Mierzęcinka and Church in Słonowo. A beautiful beech and oak old-growth forest as well as an emerald lake in the Łubówko Nature Reserve are the main attractions of the 40-kilometre-long orange route. The black path connects Mierzęcin with Drawieński National Park and it is 14 kilometres long. During the excursion the cyclists will encounter beautiful areas full of fields, meadows and forests as well as captivating panoramas crisscrossed by two rivers: Mierzęcinka and Drawa. One can also see fragments of a park of a palace which no longer exists in the village Chrapów. Furthermore, there is a well-preserved German bunker and an old, brick church in the neighbourhood of Stare Osieczno. We recommend the red route to more experienced cyclists; it is 15,5 kilometres long and leads through Łęczyn and Chrapów. Along the way you can admire Bukowiny Nature reserve, interesting grounds of Drawska Primeval Forest and a historic signpost made of stone called “the Wooden Stone”.