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Distance

849.45 mi

Elevation gain

15,282 ft

Technical difficulty

Moderate

Elevation loss

17,320 ft

Max elevation

3,324 ft

Trailrank

17

Min elevation

-16 ft

Trail type

One Way

Coordinates

6030

Uploaded

October 10, 2010

Recorded

October 2010
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3,324 ft
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849.45 mi

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near Osada (Slovenská republika)

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www.szlakbursztynowy.pl
Distance 1365.5 km
ascent 8187.0m
descent 8809.0m
minimum altitude -4.0m
maximum altitude 1019.0m


The Amber Greenways Trail is an international route leading through Poland, Slovakia and Hungary through the footsteps of an ancient route transporting amber from the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic. The first route was passed by the Celts, but the route flourished during the Roman Empire.

Today, traveling the Amber Route, you can admire the well-known historical cities and many buildings on the UNESCO World Heritage List (including Budapest, Banska Stiavnica, Kraków) and picturesque rural areas with high natural and cultural values. The trail starts in Hungary, leading through the Danube valleys and the Ipel river, where the historic cities of Szentendre, Vac and Nagymaros deserve attention. Further, the route leads through a diverse landscape on the Hungarian-Slovak border, with traditional brick construction and characteristic, large gates guarding colorful, vine-covered cottages. Finally, the route reaches traditional Carpathian villages with wooden buildings such as Podbiel, Kvacany, Zubrzyca Wielka, Lanckorona in the areas of northern Slovakia and southern Poland. The Amber Route connects people and places with rich and diverse cultural traditions, handicrafts and culinary traditions.

http://greenways.pl/pl/s/bursztynowy-szlak-greenways/
http://www.szlakbursztynowy.pl/
http://greenways.pl/media/filemanager/publikacje/paszport_greenways.pdf


GUIDES AND MAPS AFTER THE AMBER GREENWAYS ROUTE
http://www.greenways.pl/media/filemanager/publikacje/bsg/przewodnikbsg2010/bsg_wwwpart01.rar
http://www.greenways.pl/media/filemanager/publikacje/bsg/przewodnikbsg2010/bsg_wwwpart02.rar
http://www.greenways.pl/media/filemanager/publikacje/bsg/przewodnikbsg2010/bsg_wwwpart03.rar
http://www.greenways.pl/media/filemanager/publikacje/bsg/przewodnikbsg2010/bsg_wwwpart04.rar

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