Friday, 28 December 2012

The Brda waterway - the world of silence

Card 317 - Karolina

This water trail in Poland is ideal for those who enjoy peaceful and quiet surroundings of unspoilt nature. It meanders near reserves of cormorants and grey heron and passes by coniferous forests which are home to peregrine falcon.

The Brda is considered one of Europe's most attractive kayaking routes thanks to its scenic landscape, frequent rapids, winding courses, crystal-clear water, and clean air. The Brda waterway runs through the Bory Tucholskie National Park. Those who are fond of wilderness may start their trip from Nowa Brda. Charzykowy on Lake Charzykowskie and Swornegacie on Lake Witoczno are two other convenient starting points. There are waterside hostels and bivouac sites for those kayaking or canoeing down the route.

Karolina who sent me the card has a summer house between Pieczyska and Koronowo.

I will mention the stamps on this card in a separate post.

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