Trekking blue trail from Widelki to Bukowe Berdo. The distance to the crossing is almost 19 km, time according to the map 6:15, the sum of approaches and descend is 945 m. I recommend this trail to all who do not like crowding in the mountains. In June, there were really few people here. You can go in nature and admire the changing landscapes: mountains, sky, clouds, rivers, streams, forests, wild nature.
We went from the Widełki along the blue tourist trail to Bukowe Berdo. At the beginning, the route leads along a forest path.
After a while, the trail turns into the forest and begins to climb uphill. The road is also used for logging.
Someone will say - it's just an ordinary forest, how can you admire it ... I will say: it's a forest ... but it's not ordinary ... It's a miracle! It lives, grows, develops, grows old, dies and goes back into circulation ... Everything is circling.
I really like hiking trails in the Bieszczady Mountains. Trekking trails where there are no crowds and noise I like the most. When I choosing a route, I always try to look for less-frequented regions. I avoid the shortest and easiest routes because there are always a lot of people there.
Path through the forest on the mountain slope
Spring and nature - a green beech forest on the slope of Bukowe Berdo.
A blue walking trail to Bukowe Berdo
Forest lit by the sun. Warm, and sometimes even very warm. A pleasant walk in silence through a wood. There you can relax in the mountain shed just before leaving the forest for a meadow.
We saw the mountains after leaving the forest for a large clearing. A beautiful view of the High Bieszczady.
Rest in the Bieszczady Mountains
The mountains are an ideal place for me to relax - everything is far below. It's time to get in touch with nature and space.
View from Bukowe Berdo to Połonina Caryńska.
Rain in the mountains, Bieszczady Poland
The day has been very warm and sunny so far. These clouds with rain and thunder, going in our direction, were going to change it soon. After a while, the first drops of rain appeared and after a few minutes a storm. We put on rain clothes and went down.
Mountains: Krzemien and Tarnica
A strong rain passed. It rained less than an hour. The sun started to shine again. The mountains were steaming. Clouds passed over the tops.
You can see the mountains here: Krzemien (1335 m) and Tarnica (1346 m).
Bukowe Berdo is a mountain range in the Bieszczady Mountains with three peaks: 1201 m, 1238 m and 1311 m.
After rain - water evaporates - forests make clouds.
Beech forest in late spring after rain - foggy, mysterious and green.
Along the blue hiking trail leads the Bukowe Berdo nature trail. There are small information plates describing the Bieszczady Mountains and their nature in various interesting places along the route.
The Bieszczady Mountains are mainly built from sedimentary rocks. The hiking trails after rain often look like muddy rivers.
Such are the Bieszczady Mountains - really wild. Sometimes you can try to avoid the mud sideways. Sometimes there is no chance - you have to go and fight so as not to fall. Downhill ride on clay :-)
Wolosatka - a river in the Bieszczady Mountains
We went down satisfied and happy. It was a beautiful day. We had to turn back a few dozen meters before the summit. But it is not important. It is important to correctly assess the situation in the mountains and be able to turn back. Especially when a storm comes. The mountains will be here. You can always come back ...
Now fast washing shoes in the Wołosatka stream and we are going to take pictures with the drone. I think it will be a beautiful sunset. The effects of flying and photographing you can see in the gallery: Aerial Views of Bieszczady.
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We stayed here:
Guesthouse U Prezesa, Bieszczady Mountains
An agrotouristic farm (rural guesthouse) and a center of horse tourism in the Bieszczady Mountains
Chmiel 28, 38-713 Lutowiska, Poland
People with passion, great place, nice rooms, very good food!
If you like mountains, wild nature and horse riding - you must come here!
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