On the trail there lies a picturesque Puck situated at the seaside, always beautiful Baltic beaches in Debki and Bialogora, an interesting castle in Krokowa, and vast forests of Darzlubska Woods with the memorial site in Piasnica and the Wejherowo Calvary. A unique advantage of this route in the region is a stretch of road from Lebcz to Slawoszyn which at the length of approx. 12 km is an asphalt road built on the former disused railway line embankment.
A large part of the tour goes through an international route R10, which is marked from Gdynia to Swarzewo. The fragment of trail from Bialogora to Wejherowo is also marked in green. The route was led through dirt roads that are not of very good surface, but they are safe and free from cars, in contrast to the crowded and dangerous public roads. Overnight stay is recommended in the Krokowa vicinity.
Distance: 115 km
Track difficulty: moderately difficult trail
Main road surface: Mixed
Estimated time of the tour: 12-14 hours (2 days)
Recommended type of bike: trekking / mountain
Route: Gdynia – Krokowa – Wejherowo
0 km – Gdynia Chylonia. We go down Pucka street, we enter the internal road EC Coast/Wybrzeze which will lead us to the ash landfill near Rewa.
27 km – Puck. Market square with townhouses and the neo-Gothic town hall, the Gothic parish church with a valuable interior design, modern fishing port and marina, Puck museum.
33 km – Swarzewo. Description of the route No. 8. Note! In Swarzewo one should be guided by the dirt road on Lebcz, where we enter the disused railway embankment.
37.3 km – Lebcz. Neo-Baroque church, manor house of 19th century. From this point begins a bicycle path to Krokowa built on a disused railway line.
44.2 km – Klanino. The palace of 19th– 20th century with some farm buildings.
49.0 km – Slawoszyno. Note! The trail leads north, to Krokowa approx. 3 km, also possible alternative asphalt route through Krokowa to the north.
52.0 km – Krokowa. A magnificent palace of 18th century of the Krokowski family with a museum on the history of the family, the Regional Museum and the neo-Gothic church.
70.5 km – Debki. A small but popular sea resort on the Baltic coast at the mouth of Piasnica, well-developed accommodation and catering facilities, a wooden church and northern cottage, with a replica of the border pillar from 1920 located near the bridge on the Piasnica river.
79.4 km – Bialogora. The seaside resort known for its horse farms and a beautiful beach.
83.6 km – Wierzchucino. A village near the Zarnowieckie lake, neo-Gothic churches: Catholic church dating from the beginning 20th century, Evangelical church built in late 19th century. (Abandoned).
86.4 km – Brzyno. A manor from the beginning 20th century. Right next to it, in Prusewo, a stately mansion around a lovely park with old trees.
90.7 km – Nadole. A holiday village by the Zarnowiec lake, a small lake marina, and an open air museum of the Kashubian farmstead.
94.0 km – Czymanowo. Monumental electric power plant Zarnowiec.
104.0 km – Piasnica. Memorial National Monument to the Victims of Piasnica, mass graves of the inhabitants of Pomorskie killed in 1939-1940 by the Nazis.
115.0 km – Wejherowo. The Calvary, The Palace of the Przebendowski family (museum), the Baroque monastery church, the market square with a Baroque church parish and a neo-Baroque town hall.