San and Vistula Valley

To the north of Dynów

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About this route

The number and steepness of the inclines on this route make it challenging, despite its relatively short distance. It goes through tranquil areas, mainly forested and near-forest. For parts of the route, you will be following the path of the narrow-gauge railway line – use this as an opportunity to see how it was selected and how it was laid out in the terrain to ensure the optimal route.

47 km
666 m
2h 30m
Surface type
Asphalt: 100%
Bicycle type
Road , MTB , Gravel , Trekking
Route markings
Family friendly
Map inconsistent with digital accessibility resulting from the act

Practical advices

When preparing for a route, be sure to check the weather forecast. This will allow you to take appropriate clothing and limit your luggage as much as possible. However, it is well known that the weather can be unpredictable, so be prepared if it gets worse. It is good practice to pack a thin rain jacket that does not take up much space.


Before starting the route, carefully analyse it on a map. Consider whether your skills and equipment are adequate for the level of difficulty of the route.


Download the accompanying .gpx file so that you always have your navigation at hand. To make sure your device doesn't fail you, also bring a power bank, charger or spare batteries. If the weather changes, you may find it useful to have a waterproof case for your electronic equipment.


Be sure to take drinks and food with you on long journeys; you never know when you will get hungry. Remember that a shop or restaurant may be located a long way away. We recommend that you stock up on water, isotonic drinks, energy bars and snacks. This will make sure you don't lose the motivation to continue riding.


The absolute basis for safety is, of course, a helmet. Also, prepare yourself technically. Make sure you have adequate lighting on your bike. Pack a repair kit. Spare inner tubes, a pump, a multitool, all of these things can come in handy in the event of a breakdown, which of course you don't want!

Dolina Sanu i Wisły

Feel the good current of the San and Vistula Valley!

Route details

Dynów – Dylągówka – Dynów


  • 1
    0 km

    We will start the trip at the narrow-gauge railway station. You can start by visiting this place, which is well-preserved and is increasingly becoming a local attraction. Depart from Kolejowa Street onto the Dynów bypass on regional road no. 835 and turn right onto it. From the bypass, turn left onto Sanowa Street and then enter Podwale Street. Going right, you will notice some stairs. Climb them to reach the town square. The urban layout around the square derives from the town's role as a centre for regional trade and is a typical example of medieval urbanism, but the buildings now are mostly over two hundred years old and modernist buildings erected post World War II. The most interesting, distinctly Art Nouveau ones, are located in the northeast part of the square. In the centre, there is a statue of the donor of the town's charter, King Władysław Jagiełło, and a resting place with a modern fountain. Exit the square northwards via Zamkowa Street. It then transitions into Grunwaldzka Street. After passing a cemetery and residential and industrial buildings, turn right at the junction onto Węgierska Street and choose the second exit on the nearby roundabout. You will pass the narrow-gauge railway station in Bachórz. It is worth stopping there as it is a well-maintained place with a number of interesting technological monuments. Continuing on, you will come across the park of a former Krasicki mansion. The place is neglected, but one can easily appreciate the beauty of the grounds and the traces of its glory days. Exit regional road no. 884 following the signpost to Laskówka and at the first crossroad, keep to the left. The road will lead you through a forest to Laskówka. Ride through the village, looking out for the Volunteer Fire Department and a church, because 400 metres after them, you will turn left. You will cross another forest and come out in Szklary. Not far from your route is a tunnel of the narrow-gauge railway – you can divert there or continue straight. At the end of the road, make a gentle left turn and then after 300 metres, turn right onto regional road no. 877. It runs along the ridge of a hill, offering a splendid view of the valleys on both sides. Stick to the chosen path, passing through hairpin turns, to enter the centre of Dylągówka.

  • 2
    21.5 km

    At the large intersection on the curve of the road, with shops, a bus stop, and industrial buildings, turn left. Before the "Boska Dolina" horse riding centre, turn right, and at the intersection before the forest, turn left. Entering the thickets, you will pass on the right the buildings of the Strzyżów Forestry and, a little further on, a roadside cross and a quarry. 1.2 kilometres from the cross, turn left. Amidst fields and sparse forests, you will descend to Piątkowa. Upon reaching the main road, turn right. Look for a brick chapel-house to turn left after it, entering the village of Futoma. Ride through the village on the main road, passing a Neo-Gothic church with a monument to the soldiers of the Polish Underground State. You will leave the village and come to a junction with an island. Follow the signpost to Ulanów, with an open-pit shale quarry on your left. Moving on a priority road, you will reach an intersection with regional road no. 884, which you cross, continuing south. Subsequently, through increasingly dense suburban buildings, you will enter Dynów. Always stick to the main road. Via 1 Maja Street, you will reach the intersection with Grunwaldzka Street – turn right. You will arrive at the market square. Exit it via Mickiewicza Street, and then through Piłsudskiego Street, you will reach a roundabout. Choose the second exit.

  • 3
    47.1 km

    Your trip ends near the starting point.