Section length: 19 km
This stretch of the route is moderately difficult. Your trip starts at the marina just downstream of the hydroelectric power station in Paraszyno. You paddle through wild and lonely countryside. The river flows mainly through a forest. On the way, there is a portage at a disused weir. After passing the forest, fields and meadows appear. The route approaches Bożepole Małe. You pass under a bridge on the S6 expressway and then portage your kayak at a low road bridge and another hydroelectric power station (100 m on the right side). Further on, the route goes under a railway bridge to a portage at a weir and under next road bridges. You reach Bożepole Wielkie, where the more difficult section of the Łeba River ends. If fact, on its further section, the river is easier but more onerous and you have to make your way through bushes and branches hanging from trees. Local shallow areas. The river grows wider. Down to Łęczyce, the route runs among meadows and pastures. In Łęczyce, there is another portage at the power station and a weir.