Hiking in the mountain
The Połoniny, or high mountain meadows, are characteristic for the Bieszczady Mountains, spreading across south-eastern Poland. This is the most thinly populated region in Poland. Large and picturesque expanses of land are practically uninhabited, constituting an ideal refuge for those seeking solitude, special moods, or traces of the past. The Carpathian beech stands look really beautiful in autumn. Fans of survival are at home here in any season. The Bieszczady tourist trails (over 300 km) welcome hikers, bicyclists, horse riders, and winter – cross-country skiers and downhill runners. Sailors come to enjoy the picturesque landscape of the Solina Lake, a huge artificial reservoir, artfully built into the landscape.