If you are looking for a kayak trip with small adventures on the way, you’re in the right place. On this section of Słupia there are few fallen trees, fast current, necessity of towing the canoe due to the shallows, a few situations where you have to carry the kayaks and in the end there is the prize - a beautiful Lake Żukowskie with its unique fauna. That’s not all, look around carefully, because you can see the white-tailed eagle or wildlife approaching the water here. This is not surprising - after all, it is still the lagging of Słupia Valley Landscape Park. The hydroelectric power station in Struga - the oldest power station operating in Europe and the Papal Stones in Parchowo and Soszyca are worth seeing too.
This section of Słupia is medium difficult. At the initial stage you will face a rapid current and numerous obstacles to overcome - mostly involving going under fallen trees. You will not experience boredom here and kayakers with 2-3 canoeing trips under their belts will manage to complete this route for sure. The second part of the route is calmer and allows you to relax and unwind after the first stage.
After the successful struggle with this route, you can already start thinking about choosing truly extreme routes – e.g. Łupawa or Radunia!