Surrounding area

The Dębogóra Manor is located among picturesque parks and nature reserves. Crystal-clear air, beautiful landscapes combined with blissful silence will help you regenerate and relax. Get to know the charming places and create unforgettable memories.

Parks and Nature Reserves

The Drawieński National Park

features picturesque post-glacial lakes, numerous peat bogs and vast forests, which occupy about 80% of the Park’s area.

The “Czarnkowska Switzerland”

is an area located in the Noteć Valley, considered one of the prettiest in Wielkopolska. The capital of this area, as the name suggests, is the city of Czarnków. At the distance of several kilometers the edge of the valley is steep, which provides many picturesque views.

“Czapliniec Kuźnicki”

is an animated nature reserve protecting birds with an area of 5.45 ha. It was created in 1988 to protect the breeding colony of gray herons. The birds’ nests are located among old pines at the edge of the river valley. Other birds include: crow, black kite and northern goshawk.

“Źródliska Flints”

is a floristic nature reserve, with an area ofmeadows, waters and forests covering44.83 ha. This protects the source of the Flint River – the right tributary of the Wełna River.

“Wilcze Błoto”

is a peat bog reserve located among the forests of the Notecka Forest with an area of2.76 ha. It was created in 1968 for the protection of a group of rare bog and swamp vegetation. It is a peat bog in a floodless depression, surrounded by dunes, where pines, alders and birch trees become introduced. From the south, the peatbog turns into an alder forest.

Bike trails

There are many walking and cycling routes around Dębogóra stretching across the picturesque landscape of the Notecka Forest and the Drawieński Landscape Park. Jump on a bike and explore beautiful areas.

The Krzyż Wielkopolski Loop

The course of the route: Krzyż Wlkp. – Lubcz Wielki – Herburtowo – Marianowo – Wieleń – Kuźniczka – Kocień Wielki – Dzierżążno Wielkie – Gieczynek – Debogóra – Wizses – Glassworks – Brzegi – Krzyż Wlkp.

The route is 49 km long

The Zielonowo-Wieleń route

The course of the route: Zielonowo – Kuźniczka – Kocień Wielki – Dzierżążno Wielkie – Gieczynek – Dębogóra – Wieleń – Wrzeszczyna – Rosko – Hamrzysko – Biała – Mężyk – Miały – Potrzebowice – Łaski – Zawada – Wieleń

EURO-ROUTE International Cycle Route EURO-ROUTE (R-1)

The course of the route: Stare Bielice – Krzyż Wlkp. – Lubcz Mały – Herburtowo – Wieleń – Folsztyn – Nowe Dwory – Jędrzejewo – Gajewo – Runowo – Siedlisko – Trzcianka – Łomnica – Kępa – Storno – Kotuń

The Łokacz Mały- Krzyż Wlkp. trail

The course of the route: Łokacz Mały – Krzyż Wlkp. – Drawsko – Pęckowo – Piłka – Miały – Wieleń – Mniszki – Wizany – Huta Szklana – Krzyż Wlkp.

The route is 57 km long

The Wieleń Loop

The course of the route: Wieleń – Potrzebowice – Miały – Biała – Hamrzysko – Krucz – Ciszkowo – Jędrzejewo – Nowe Dwory – Folsztyn – Wieleń

The length of the route is 55 km

Szlak Kobusz-Wieleń

The course of the route: Kobusz – Piłka – Marylin – Wieleń

The length of the route 6.1 km

The Wieleń-Sieraków route

The course of the route: Wieleń – Marylin – Miały – Kobusz – Sieraków

Water routes

There are two canoe routes near Dębogóra. The easier one is on the Miła River, 15 km away. The other, more difficult one, sometimes compared to the mountain rivers, is on the Drawa River, 20 km away. Grab an oar and let the current take you.

Canoeing on the Drawa River:

Stare Osieczno – Łokacz Wielki

The length of the route is 32 km

The water route on the Miała River:

Jezioro Główki (Miały) Maryli – Piłka – Kamiennik – Chełst

The length of the route is 41 km