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Lisi Jar Ravine, Jastrzebia Gora

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  • Quite a difficult route-certainly not for families with small children. An additional "attraction" is a walk in the rain, it gets simply dangerously. Could lead to a lifetime of barriers which fragments do not add a charm and imparted to the designation of the descent from the side of the monument-clueless in the topic are not of this place.
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  • Gorge Lisi Jar is one of our favorite places on the Polish Coast. Short, today approximately 400 m, but very interesting erozyjny Gorge Lisi Jar, on the blue trail, stretches from the main road of Władysławowo-Jastrzębia Góra/Karwia down almost 50 m below to input number 19 on the same beach in Jastrzębia Góra. We visited him again on the last day of August following the walk from the lighthouse Rozewie some 600 metres in the direction of Jastrzębia Góra Mountain, along the main road. Going so you will come across the right side of an interesting monument of the Eagle on the ball at the top of the base. This monument commemorates the landing from Sweden and the transition from the sea to the mountains by the Gorge, Polish King Sigismund III Vasa in the year 1598. (The King moved the capital of the Polish from Cracow to Warsaw just two years earlier, in 1596, it was his column, so distinctive, stands for centuries [1644] on the Castle Square in Warsaw.) Then the Gorge Lisi Jar can count up to three kilometres; behind the coast for more than four centuries it took the Baltic Sea and winds. The entrance to the Gorge is unfortunately not visible before the Memorial and hidden, to the right of the monument you should go after the old awkward stairs (entering with cars, with tiny children, excluded and downright dangerous!), and then go left to the entrance to the Gorge, much of its bottom leads narrow and steep path (very dangerous after a rain-slippery and muddy). Small there you get to the large steep platforms and in the middle of the road, we come to the metal stairs (go blue all the time sightseeing along the Seaside). (Years ago, these stairs were quite devastated and very dangerous, with holes and gaps in wooden degrees.) Now you can go down the new stairs and then walk along the periodic table (especially after rains) to enter the beach number 19 (San Francisco). Unfortunately, there are no signs, or the information Board about Fox's Ravine. We go out on the narrow Beach, but Sandy today (because years ago it was stone). On this beach, we have to choose, or go right to the East in the page was sent to (you can go to Chłapowa and Władysławowo, or to the top after a cliff to Rozewie lighthouse), or we can go to the left on the West and the beach along the shore reached up to the Centre of Jastrzębia Góra Mountain, or next to the Cathedral and Karwia. What a few hundred metres leads to the top of a cliff steep and long approach with lots of stairs (not very suitable for people with young children, or in wheelchairs, although we have seen a lot of trucks and many people trying to attract these trucks to the top, have apparently also download them on the same beach-this is not recommended.) Whenever we're here at the entrance to the Fox Gorge (today the number 19) above the sea, the beach looks different, is the force of nature and the great elements: water (the sea) and air (wind). Therefore, you may want to visit Lisi Jar from time to time, every few years. Come down it to the beach to see what has changed. It is one of the little-known but interesting places to visit during your stay in the vicinity of Jastrzębia Góra Mountains or on the Hel Peninsula (as we do). For example, on a hot day, a twilight and specific microclimate, is much cooler and wilgotniej than in the Sun. The slopes of the Gorge are covered with big beautiful beech trees.
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  • Perfect for a stroll on a hot day, nice view of the Gorge ends leaving the beach entrance is a little hard to find the right behind the statue on the left side of the inconspicuous path quite steeply down from the beginning a bit rubbish but later purely and and even better views I recommend worth a look
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