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Difficulties on the Muczne-Bukowiec road

Dear Tourists, on September 21, 2019, in the Stuposiany Forest District and the Bieszczady National Park, the bike marathon “Maraton Rowerowy Land Team” will take place.

On this day, the Stuposiany - Bukowiec road section will be closed at specific times:

  • from the bison demonstration enclosure to Muczne - between 11:00 and 11:30
  • from Muczne to Tarnawa Niżna - between 11:10-12:00
  • from Tarnawa Niżna to Bukowiec - between 12:00 - 15:00

Tourists deciding to take a trip to the upper San Valley on this day, please adjust the travel hours.

From 12:30 to 15:30 the competitors will travel along a closed road from Tarnawa Niżna to DĽwiniacz Górny (the walking and cycling path), and then along the bike trail of the Bieszczady National Park. Tourists who want to use mentioned above sections of trails on September 21, please be careful and not impede the ride of competitors.

Details of the competition and a map showing the routes are available on the website

Difficulties on the trails

Dear tourists!

From 06 to 07.09.2019, the "Biesy trail Chady" running competition will take place. The runners will use routes included in the “Rules for recreational and sport events of Instruction for visiting the Bieszczady National Park”, Annex No. 18 to Regulation No. 1/2019 of the Director of the Bieszczady National Park.

The routes include:

Wetlina - Stare Sioło - Jawornik

Wetlina - Stare Sioło - Orłowicz Pass - Smerek - Kalnica

Wetlina - Stare Sioło - Rabia Skała

Tourists who will choose the above mentioned sections of walking trails, please be cautious and understanding!

Change of ticket sales place

Dear tourists!

Please be advised that from 4 September to the end of the tourist season, the collection of admission fees for walking paths in the upper San Valley will be carried out at the Hucul Horse Stable in Tarnawa Niżna. The facility is open every day.

Applies to:

- walking path to the DĽwiniacz Górny,

- nature path along the raised pit bog in Tarnawa Niżna,

- Tarnawa walking and cycling path,

- Sokoliki walking and cycling path,

- fees for using the car park at peat bogs.

Path information and map

Information about the Hucul Horse Stanica

Fees for providing access to the natural and historical path "In the upper San valley “ will still be collected at the ticket office next to the car park in Bukowiec.

The numer of tourists visiting Bieszczady National Park in June 2019
Please be informed that in June, the number of tourists visiting the Bieszczady National Park was similar to June last year. This year, 60.4 thousand visitors were recorded compare to 55,6 thousand last year.
Information for tourists
The Bieszczady National Park invites tourists and informs that all marked trails are accessible to visitors. The situation on the trails is good, only in some places there are muddy sections. Please note that weather conditions can change rapidly. To avoid afternoon storms, we advise you to start early morning and also check the detailed weather forecast.

The latest attraction of the Bieszczady National Park is a newly opened bicycle rental, which is located in the "Baza nad Roztokami" hotel in Tarnawa Niżna. There are 20 new bikes at your disposal. Details of the offer and reservations can be made using the following telephone numbers: 502 194 734, 531 860 026, 13 461 01-04 or email: .

We also encourage you to visit Hucul Horse Stable in Tarnawa Niżna, which offers: horse riding for beginners and advanced riders, guided tours for children, lunge riding lessons and horse riding in the paddock or indoor riding school. For those who are eager to ride in the picturesque Bieszczady mountains, we recommend off-road riding and carriage rides on routes in the upper San valley. The Stable is open every day from 9:00 to 17:00.

Some good advice on how to behave when a storm catches you in the mountains:

  • If the weather forecasts predict storms and strong winds, cancel the trip,
  • Do not stay in the top parts of the mountains, go down as low as possible,
  • If you cannot go down to the buildings or the car, take a semi-sitting figure with your legs tucked up, necessarily isolating yourself from the ground, eg with a backpack,
  • Do not hide under tall trees and move away from reservoirs and watercourses,
  • Avoid exposed places such as peaks and rock outcrops,
  • Turn off your mobile phone.

Do not take risk unnecessarily!

Your safety is the most important for us!

We would like to remind you, that due to the lack of network coverage and mobile data connection in some areas of the Park, is not possible to pay by credit or debit card.

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