The route in Sanok-Tura Mountains

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Sunlit asphalt road running by the slope with a view of snow-covered hills, colorful trees and bushes and a blue sky with light clouds

About this route

If you enjoy quiet trails running on asphalt roads, this is the trip for you. This loop in the Sanok-Tura Mountains takes place entirely on asphalt, but it follows less travelled roads through sparsely populated areas. Above all, you will find peace and quiet here. The route includes numerous ascents and descents with alluring views. You will also have the opportunity to visit several Bieszczady churches during your trip.

28 km
383 m
3h 30m
Surface type
Asphalt: 100%
Bicycle type
Road , MTB , Gravel , Trekking
Route markings
Family friendly
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Practical advices

A route with a moderate level of difficulty will allow you to test your fitness. Remember that the terrain has a huge impact on how many kilometres you can cover. Trails on flat roads are less strenuous than those on hills or mountain roads.


Planning a group trip? Match the route to the fitness of the weakest participant.


A helmet and light clothing made of breathable materials will be essential for safety and comfort on the route. Other than that, only put on the essentials. Heavy luggage will make your ride more difficult. Also, think about what you will carry the necessary items in. We suggest a backpack or panniers for your bike.


Be prepared for possible breakdowns on the route. It is a good idea to carry the most important tools for a quick fix, such as inner tubes or patches, a pump or a multi-tool. Make sure you have enough water and food, as well as navigation equipment.


Is it looking like a warm and sunny day? Remember sunscreen and sunglasses. If you are planning sightseeing or other activities along the route, a bike lock will also be very useful. Before you leave, carefully examine your route for the trip. Consider whether your skills and equipment are adequate for the level of difficulty of the route.


To feel the spirit of the Bieszczady, you simply have to go there!

Route details

Brzegi Dolne - Łodyna - Dźwiniacz Dolny - Wańkowa - Leszczowate - Łodyna - Brzegi Dolne


  • 1
    Brzegi Dolne
    0 km
    Brzegi Dolne

    You begin the route in Brzegi Dolne. The village is located by the national road no. 84. The route begins in a small parking lot next to the former Greek Catholic Tserkva of St. Michael the Archangel, which was built in 1884. Inside the temple, you can see the 18th-century main altar, which was moved here from the church in Przeworsk.

    After two kilometres, at the crossroads, turn left.

  • 2
    1.9 km

    The village is a part of the Hołe Ecomuseum. The Oak Gazdówka Inn, an old Boyko cottage, and the wooden Tserkva of St. Michael the Archangel are all located here. It is a tripartite church from 1862, boarded with shingles, with a roof topped with a spherical cupola. 

  • 3
    Dźwiniacz Dolny
    6.3 km
    Dźwiniacz Dolny

    Dźwiniacz Dolny is a picturesque holiday village in a vast mountain valley near the Dźwiniacz stream. 

    The towering Ostry Dział range on the left will undoubtedly draw your attention. A monument by the roadside commemorates the location of the former border with the USSR from 1951. After a few kilometres, you will reach the Kosowo Pass. Then proceed to Wańkowa. Turn right at the intersection. Turn right again after the church. Follow the route to the villages of Brelików and Leszczowate.

  • 4
    12.9 km

    This village along the route is home to a wooden Greek Catholic Tserkva of the Nativity of the Mother of God. It was built in Ropienka in 1726 and moved here in 1985. It is now used as a parish church. 

  • 5
    19.1 km

    The charming, distinctive wooden Tserkva of st. Paraskeva can be found in Leszczowate, a little out of the way. It has a distinct yellow colour on its walls. The structure was built in 1922. It conceals fragments of an iconostasis from the late 18th century. It has served the Roman Catholic faith since 1990. A wooden bell tower from the 18th century, with a historic 16th-century bell, and the tomb of the village owner, Edmund Kraiński, have been preserved nearby.

    You will reach the church by a 200-meter narrow asphalt road, slightly uphill. From there, you will continue to the ascent to Wolańska Pass, from which you will descend to Łodyna. 

  • 6
    26 km

    On your way to Łodyna, you will drive past an oil mine that is still active. You'll recognize it by its distinctive pump cranes. Heading straight on, you will reach Brzegi Dolne.

  • 7
    Brzegi Dolne
    28 km
    Brzegi Dolne

    Your route will end at the starting point.