Bike lovers can benefit from marked out cycling routes in the Table Mountains National Park and in its immediate vicinity. These routes will allow you to get to the most interesting areas of the Table Mountains by bike.
Table Mountains Route – blazed with blue marks, it forms a loop that runs along the border of the Park’s buffer zone. It is an international route, as it leads through the territories of Poland and the Czech Republic. The total length of the route on both sides of the border is 126 km. In Poland, the route has the following course: border crossing Tłumaczów – Gajów – Radków – Ratno Dolne – Wambierzyce – Studzienna – Chocieszów – Wolany – Polanica Zdrój – Szczytna – Duszniki Zdrój – Słoszów – Kulin – Gołaczów – Dańczów – Kudowa Zdrój – border crossing Czermna/Malá Čermná. The total length of the route on the Polish side is about 65 km.
Walls Route – blazed with red marks, it runs through the middle of the Table Mountains National Park. This route forms a loop running through Poland and the Czech Republic. In Poland, the route has the following course: border crossing Božanov/Radków – Radków – Karłów – border crossing Ostra Góra/Machovská Lhota. The total length of the route on the Polish side is about 19 km.
Szczeliniec Route – blazed with green marks, it runs entirely within the Table Mountains National Park. It forms the following loop: Karłów – Pasterka – Droga nad Urwiskiem (Road on the Cliff) – Skalne Grzyby (Rock Mushrooms) – Batorów – Karłów. The total length of the whole route is 24 km.
T.G. Masaryk Route – an international cycling route opened in 2004. It was named after the outstanding statesman and president of pre-war Czechoslovakia. In 1903 he stayed in the nearby town of Hronov, from which he often took walking and cycling tours, visiting villages and towns at the foot of the Table Mountains. The route connects two borderland municipalities: Náchod and Kudowa. The total length of the route on the Polish side is about 18 km. It has the following course: border crossing Żd’árky/Pstrążna – Pstrążna (open-air ethnographic museum) – Rozdroże pod Lelkową (Lelkowa Crossroads) – Jakubowice – Kudowa Zdrój – Czermna (Chapel of the Skulls) – Słone – border crossing Kudowa Słone/Náchod.
Rtyně – Karłów Route – an international route connecting the town of Rtyně in the Czech Republic with Karłów. In Poland, the route is 17.5 km long. The course of the route partially overlaps with the T.G. Masaryk Route. Here is the detailed course of the route: border crossing Kudowa Słone/Náchod – Słone – Czermna (Skull Chapel) – Pstrążna – Rozdroże pod Lelkową (Lelkowa Crossroads) – YMCA Glade – The Road of a Hundred Bends – Karłów
There are also routes marked with yellow marks, which can be found throughout the Table Mountains area. These are linking routes between the main routes described above.
Bikers riding on cycling routes overlapping with hiking trails are requested to exercise great caution. Please note that you are always required to give way to tourists travelling on foot.