Just like Łupawa, but more difficult


A beautiful and rarely known enchanting lake which constitutes the longest tributary of Łupawa. It constitutes an independent, difficult, and challenging kayaking trail, perfect for experienced kayakers preferring logjam kayaking. A trip down Bukowina will surely take an entire day, which is going to be rich in experiences and adventures. Multiple trees in the water, obstacles, and riffles won’t allow for a boring moment. Often a trip down Bukowina, ending before the most interesting section of Łupawa in Kozin, constitutes the first stage of kayaking down Łupawa. This allows to pass the large Jasień Lake in which this river originates. Individual kayaks are recommended for Bukowina, and it’s best to start the trip below the weir in Skrzeszewo.

  • Trail length: 19
  • Number of days: 1
  • Number of portages: 2
  • Recommended route of the trip: Skrzeszewo - Kozin (19 km)
  • Difficulty: difficult and strenuous trail