Dam Mylof

and for the last several dozen years have been used as a fascinating and popular canoe trail


It all started in mid-19th Century with the Prussian demand for hay to feed their horses. Work started on taking advantage of the Brda as a vehicle to carry out the strategic plan. The plan’s main component was the water body in Zapora with the broadened river bed of the Brda, which accumulated and dammed up the water. From here, water flowed in a thirty-kilometre-long channel that split into a number of arms, and on to the so-called Czerskie Łąki. The local dam is one of the oldest structures of its kind in Poland. The Great Brda Channel, with all its attractions and breathtaking views, and also its sluggish current and low depth, is an excellent place for entire families to start their canoeing adventure.

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