We've left Warsaw on Wednesday night and arrived in Czarne Górne at 4 am. On the way, just before the destination we were caught by the border guard (luckily not the police as we were definitely driving too fast).
On the 1st day as we were tired we've made only a short trip. Żukow, smugglers trail. Indeed it was more or less flat, but about 17km, so not that little. But very nice and calm track. We've barely met anyone.
On the 2nd day we were extending the trip after each break and finally we've made about 22-24 km, ups and downs. Ustrzyki Górne - Wielka Rawka - Kremenaros - Rabia Skałka - Wetlina
And on the 3rd day as we've wanted to take some rest and have a calmer day we've went to see the grave of the count and the countess and the source of the San River. Another 22km, but this time mostly flat. Stunning views of fully wild nature. There are no cities, villages or even single houses. It was destroyed in the "Wisla" action (II WW).
To fill up the day up to it's border we had an hour of horse riding classes. The same on Sunday - an hour of terrain horse riding. For the more advanced even with gallop.
|View from Wielka Rawka|
|On the Polish-Ukraine border. Somewhere on the way form Wielka Rawka to Kremenaros (Krzemieniec)|
|Sources of the San River|
|Source of the San River. Let's have a sip.|
|Can you spot Marta on the bridge?|
|On the way back from the Source of the San River|
|Grave of the count and the countess|
|On the way to Rabia Skała|
|Kremenros (Krzemieniec). Border triangle Poland, Ukraine and Slovakia|
|Trying to get picture of myself reflecting in the monument|
|Fasolka - horse riding in Babski Szwadron|
|Myself - getting ready to ride a horse. First time after a decade,|
|Who's on the other end....?|
|The most handsome and friendly foal I've ever met. Just adorable.|
|And here's bull calf. Also cute one.|