From the Myślenice market square, we pass by the Independence museum and approach the Dalin hill (508 m a.s.l.), on top of which there are interesting views of Myślenice and the Raba valley. To Sułkowice we are accompanied by the forest range of Dalin and Barnasiówka (560 m a.s.l.), while in Jastrzębia you can see a 19th-century manor house. Then we pass by the chapel of the Bar Confederates, finally reaching Lanckorona, a charming town on the slopes of Lanckorońska Mountain. The unique atmosphere of art and culture combined with the landscapes and spirit of this place delights many visitors . From Lanckorona it is close to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, one of the largest pilgrimage sites in Lesser Poland, which has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Wandering on the Calvary paths, and prayer before the miraculous image of the Mother of God of Calvary have been encouraging pilgrims to come here for centuries.