In the Polish Carpathians visiting Krakow and Wieliczka
Walk in old Krakow by the old royal road, entered the yard of the Jagiellonian University, the oldest in Poland (1364) and one of the oldest in Europe. Climb to Wawel Hill for a visit to the Royal Castle and the Cathedral of Royal Saints.
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Exploited since the 13th century, it has nine levels and 300 km of galleries.
The route of our hike allows us to appreciate the wild beauty of the Bieszczady and includes every day highlights such as the swimming of horses in Lake Solina, the crossing of the river San, breathtaking panoramic views, crossings of small villages lost , the view of Tserkev (Orthodox churches) in wood, tasting of local products, evenings around a campfire, etc.
During our hike you will ride Huçuls.
Huçul or Huzul is a very rustic pony breed from the Carpathians. Close to the konik and descending like him from the Tarpan, depending on its origin, it is light or heavy type.
The Huçul is adapted to the living conditions of the Carpathians, quiet and voluntary, it also serves as a mount for children.