The Low Beskid

Rural journey south of Jasło

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Cyclists among the trees

About this route

A relatively easy route, which should also be manageable for older children, leads through quiet roads through villages to the south of Jasło. It is particularly marked by World War I, about which you can learn the most in Cieklin, directly surrounded by military cemeteries. This route mainly leads through fields and villages, less frequently through forests. It undoubtedly has scenic value.

39 km
445 m
Surface type
Asphalt: 92%
Others: 8%
Bicycle type
Road , MTB , Gravel , Trekking
Route markings
Family friendly
Map inconsistent with digital accessibility resulting from the act

Practical advices

Although this route is not demanding, it is worth preparing for it properly, so that nothing surprises you at any point. Start with the most important thing, which is your helmet. A good helmet is essential for your safety. Take care also of proper lighting, both front and rear. In addition to bike lights, equip your bike with reflectors so that you are highly visible on the road.


What else is worth taking with you on a trip? Make sure to pack a sweatshirt or a rail jacket in your backpack, in case the weather changes. It is also a good idea to bring snacks to give you energy during the trip. Protein bars or energy mousses work well.


If you plan to take visit the attractions along the route, you will need to leave your bike behind in some places. To make sure it is still there after the tour, be sure to bring a bike safety device such as a U-Lock or any bicycle lock.

Beskid Niski

The wildest mountains in Poland, enchanting in their beauty.

Route details

Jasło – Dębowiec – Cieklin – Jasło


  • 1
    0 km

    Start your trip at the railway station in Jasło. Depart from the single-storey building turning right onto Metzgera Street. Go straight through the roundabout. On the left side of the road, you will find the Lollipop Museum, which documents the history of the confectionery industry in Jasło. It is the only museum of this theme in Poland! Turn right onto Jana Kasprowicza Street, passing under two railway viaducts, and then turn left onto Floriańska Street at the roundabout. At the fork, gently veer right, following the sign to Nowy Glinik. Heading south along Sobniowska Street, you will pass a modern church and school, eventually reaching a forest at the 6 km mark of the route. A kilometre and a half later, you will enter the northern outskirts of Nowy Glinik. This village has an eight-hundred-year history! At the fire station, follow the main road turning right. At its end, near the bus stop, turn right. Through fields and along the edge of forests, you will reach Zarzecze after 2.2 km. At the first intersection in the village, turn right and after 500 metres, turn left towards Dębowiec. You will cross a bridge over the Wisłoka river, pass by a reservoir, and shortly arrive in this locality.

  • 2
    14.8 km

    In Dębowiec, you will find interesting places such as the Sanctuary of Our Lady of La Salette and the Neo-Gothic Church of St. Bartholomew the Apostle. At the first church, operated by the Saletyn Fathers, make a sharp left turn to pass through the market square, past the municipal office and the Church of St. Bartholomew the Apostle, until you reach the main road where you should turn left. At the fork near the cemetery, keep to the right. A kilometer and a half past the cemetery, you will enter a forest and then continue along its edge. Through sparse village buildings, you will arrive at a sign pointing right to Cieklin. Turn there. (You can also turn left into the fields, where you will find war cemetery no. 12 in a small grove). A short road will lead you to the centre of the village.

  • 3
    23 km

    In the village, you will find the Ski Museum, whose oldest exhibits date back to 1917. It is also worth remembering that Cieklin was significantly destroyed in May 1915 when the Russians resisted the combined Austro-Prussian forces on the hills to the west of the village and within it. This resistance was ultimately ineffective. In a series of attacks and counterattacks, over 1000 soldiers were killed, who were buried in cemeteries no. 11, 12, 13, and 14. In cemeteries no. 10 and 11, most of the fallen are from 1914. Having turned right at the fire brigade depot, you will head north. Entering Dzielec, choose the right side at the fork, and at the nearby intersection also go right, after passing the Volunteer Fire Brigade depot, continue to head north. Stick to the main road, traversing Radość and the village of Osobnica, which stretches for several kilometres. At the end of the road in the latter village, turn right, then go left at the roundabout. You will pass by War Cemetery No. 16, where 348 soldiers, both German and Russian, reconciled by death, are laid to rest. This is one of the memorials from the great Battle of Gorlice, which enabled the Central Powers to break through the Russian front and consequently allowed the retaking of Galicia and the occupation of the entire Kingdom of Poland. At the intersection 600 metres past the cemetery, turn right. Head generally northeast, crossing fields and small forests to first reach the outskirts of Osobnica and then Brzyście on the Ropa River. There, you will find an oak tree, designated as a natural monument. As you leave the village, you will find a monument at the bridge dedicated to the sappers who risked their lives to clear this area of dangerous remnants after the Second World War. Turn right onto national road no. 28. You will pass by the refinery buildings and then cross the bridge over the Wisłoka river. Staying on this route, after 1 kilometre you will reach the starting point.

  • 4
    38.5 km

    Your trip ends near the starting point.