The route is part of active tourism portfolio, promoting the cultural heritage of the Northern Kashubia. Most of the monuments along the trail are available for tourists since they serve accommodation purposes. Some of them (e.g. Krokowa) house special memorial exhibition rooms presenting the history of a given mansion or palace.
Nearly all of these can boast beautifully renovated parks, which form splendid frames for the precious monuments awaiting within. The grandest items on the trail are the Palace of the Przebendowski and Keyserlingk Families in Wejherowo, where the trail commences. The Palace houses the Museum of Kashubian and Pomeranian Literature and Music, which finds itself at the forefront of thriving Kashubian culture centres in Pomerania. The trail is not signposted, and the suggested course has been designed to suit all cyclists who wish to visit all palaces and manor houses. Another asset to the route is the possibility to stay in any of these places for the night, so it is advisable to allocate two or three days for the journey.
The trail comprises the following manors and palaces:
- The Palace of the Przebendowski and Keyserlingk Families in Wejherowo
- The Palace in Rekowo Górne
- The Below Palace in Sławutówko
- The Jan III Sobieski Castle in Rzucewo
- The Palace in Kłanino
- The Castle in Krokowa
- The Sześć Dębów (Six Oaks) Mansion in Prusewo
- The Mansion in Bychowo
- The Mansion in Sterbienino
- The Mansion in Lisewo
- The Palace in Sasino
- The Palace in Zwartowo
- The Mansion in Salino