At the end of the stage, in Bukowiec, there is a vast landscape park, which at the end of the 18th century was founded by Count Frederick von Reden, co-creator of heavy industry in Upper Silesia. The park in Bukowiec was the first English-style park in Prussia at that time. It is worth ending the day with a walk in this extensive establishment.
Locations on the way
Kamienna Góra - Pisarzowice - Czarnów - Kowary - Bukowiec
From Kamienna Góra, the trail leads along the Old Kamienna Góra High Road - the former road for stagecoaches connecting Świdnica with Jelenia Góra. After passing Pisarzowice, the road becomes steeper and leads to the slopes of the Rudawy Janowickie, whose main ridge crosses at Przełęcz pod Bobrzakiem (808 m a.s.l.) - this is the highest point on the Sudetian Road St. James and one of the highest on polish Camino. After going down a comfortable forest road (you can also overcome it by bike) to Kowary (here you can eat and buy food). We travel the last kilometers among loose buildings between Kowary and Bukowiec.