The starting point is a car park situated at the foot of a viewing balcony topping the Castle Hill (Zamkowa Góra) in Kamienicki Młyn. You are about to embark on a wonderful and scenic journey through the fabulous Mirachowo forest complex. Due to its special characteristics this is a one-way trail. Taking your first steps from the car park follow the markings and already after some 70m turn left towards Kamienicki Młyn. Another 60m further turn right onto a dirt path heading along the fields towards the forest. Climbing a fairly high rise you march up a meandering little forest gravel path. Some 600 further on you turn left as indicated by the signposts and amble on into the woods. Having passed about 1km you take a hard turn left and enter the dense woodland, following the right-hand side throughout. During unfavourable weather conditions this area may be a bit marshy. Strolling along beech forest paths, enthusiasts of mushroom picking will stumble on a rich harvest. About 2km further on you take a sharp right turn across the stream and follow the markings. Another 450m forward you reach a fork in the road where you go right onto a wide gravel road. The aura of a fairytale-like forest, coupled with its residents, caught in a glimpse when shooting past the greenery from time to time, add up to the special quality of this trail. Having traversed yet another section you reach a barrier, where you turn sharply to the left. Now, you walk a narrow road for about 650m, turning right afterwards. The path is rather twisted but goes through a flat area. Another 500m hike and you turn left, then a further walk and you turn right. There you can find signposts (wooden arrows) indicating the way to the top of the Castle Hill and the viewing balcony, where you can marvel at the stunning panorama of the six lakes – Białe, Czarne, Junno, Kamienickie, Odnoga and Potęgowskie. The last part of the trail falls quickly downhill into a narrow ravine. At the end you reach a wide gravel road – the starting point of the route – and after a left turn you go down a steep hill to where you started.