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Chojnik Castle, Jelenia Gora

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  • The castle is located at the top. We climbed the comfortable path. Not a little time to get to the inside of the Castle, just as the winter opening hours until 16:00. But the views from the top were spectacular.
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  • 1. I was-it's hard to find specific information where there is a castle around the full parking lots with subtitles "Castle Chojnik us closest to the Castle and Castle nowhere with road do not see so we chose one with a tavern price 10 € for the whole stay, very poor road markings in what direction to go to the Castle but no end of the language guide and somehow so slowly after two mistakes made, we reach the cabin in a mountain style where sits the genial and sells tickets for entry to the Giant Mountains National Park, which is a little funny because everywhere around the land but the entrance to the castle is the Park) Fortunately, tickets are cheap 6pln normal £ 4 concessions but no problem to enter without charge simply to confuse the way like I did and approaches from the side of the driveway for the car while I went back to the Lord in the House to buy a ticket that was not:) because he has a very interesting fridge magnets. 2. Stole-a trip to the castle of Chojnik was just like the case when at the castle in Bolkowie and here I had a surprise because the Bolkowie drives up almost under the castle itself and here it turns out that you have to climb up and fortunately there are two hiking trails I recommend red because black is for hardcore Rovers and it is best to have the right shoes for the climb but more on that later. the way the red trail is quite mild but it is exhaustive, so that the tour is not recommended for people with disabilities or who have breathing problems, after which we go is a cute and interesting natural only was quite often overlooked by what really difficult climbing. Coming back we decided to trail black and here only really I was glad that the hill we went red because I like walking down should be easier but as it turned out the black trail even down goes hard and son having trainers still run in glide and here returns a matter of appropriate shoes, children up to 12-15 years do not choose black trail is simply the difficult and dangerous but the views compensate for fatigue. 3. Saw-Castle Chojnik is much more beautiful than the castle in Bolkowie the whole building is a ruin but preserved in perfect condition but only after entering the tower and see stunning views I stopped this whole regrettable climbing and really I was glad that I climbed on this up because at the beginning we had a sincere intention to abandon this quest but believe me is worth a little sweat and feel the atmosphere of the middle ages, and see these views
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  • Fortunately, when you buy a ticket to the Park, the affable Mr. counseled climb the red trail and ... Luckily;) Winter weather in February 2017 was good and fun, a little less cool and above all less safe wspinałam to the top. Fortunately, I came back, not połamałam and this is what I saw from the top there is no level playing field:) As always, when there is the opportunity to watch the world from above;-)
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