In my subjective opinion, Lower Silesia is, the best land in Poland to live in - perhaps the fact that this region has been conquered into the reign of other countries (the Czech Republic, Germany), perhaps the proximity to Western Europe or its shape makes it simply good here.
However, this province has its advantages. Apart from quite well-developed architecture (Aquapark, forests, communication) it has good points for the average resident. We have a lot of monuments, even a lake with a beach is located here, but also mountains. So, within a radius of 40 kilometres from the town, you can relax on the beach or climb the mountain Sleza.
In the past, it used to happen often to climb this mountain, but I haven't done it for a long time - when the opportunity came, my friend and I went to "conquer it again".
How not to prepare yourself
At the beginning, the plan was to meet earlier and go to a stop, but even this did not work out, because you had to go to the shop to make the right supplies. It took a while, but it was included in the preparation time. Then we went to the bus stop, but we could not find the bus. A quick look at the schedule on the phone - you had to go to another stop (quite close).
All right, the bus in 4 minutes and we will be there ... Unfortunately, the timetable on the phone was not correct. Buses outside the city are not official, city supported carriers. So you cannot find them (timetables) on the city website, you have to look for them in other places, which do not have to guarantee their correctness. So you had to wait longer, but you did. For a price of about two dollars the bus reached the town of Sobótka, which is located from 500 meters from the top (or rather a stop).
We decided to follow the red trail. I do not know if this is the case in other countries, but in Poland there are 5 colours of trails. This trail should be the most interesting ... I don't know if that's the case, but it's about going uphill at an angle of ~30 degrees for about two damn hours. I thought I'd go down for a heart attack. I don't know if it's because I used to climb the yellow trail (but they both connect in half), but I've never been so tired of climbing. Sometimes I wondered if I would give up, but we did. We managed to climb up.
First, we went to the lookout point right next to the church. It is simply a tower, where after three or four ladders we climb up a mountain and can take pictures of the area. Unfortunately, although my phone is worth $100, I did not want to risk losing it. In addition, the tower itself does not look properly secured and I preferred not to risk any strange maneuvers.
The church is the main attraction at the top of the mountain for some reason, but unfortunately, when we got there, we could not visit it anymore. So there are pictures from outside this building.
Going down the same path as the entrance ... seems easier, because less effort is needed, but because of the unevenness of the terrain it is a big problem. Slippery stones and a large fall cause you to try to walk on the ground instead of on these stones. On the way, however, you have managed to take a picture of a virgin with a fish and a bear.
He managed to get on the bus (he was already driving once an hour) and return home. Tired terribly, but alive. For a week my legs hurt, so I don't know if I recommend it ;)