The total length is 2.1 km
(taking into account the distance from border checkpoint Kamenyuki - 35 km);
The route is designed primarily for guests who come by their own electric vehicles.
Route name symbolizes the mosaic of the territory through which your travel will take place. Original villages and amazingly beautiful forests replace each other allowing you to recharge with positive energy and enjoy the uniqueness of the nature of the Belovezhskaja Pushcha.
Objects for observation along the route: border checkpoint Kamenyuki, border checkpoint Pashuki, Pashutskaya buda village (building of Pashuki forestry), Gvozd village 1, Gvozd village 2, Podbelsky ogorodniki village, Oak-hornbeam forest, Settlement Cluby, Monument to fallen partisans, Former narrow gauge railway.
Such a dense canopy created by branches and leaves of centuries-old trees and on both sides there is such a thick wall of the forest that you involuntarily begin to imagine you are moving along an alley laid in the form of a long green corridor the leafy canopy of which is completely impenetrable in some places for sunlight.
There is a wide variety of forest species in such "green corridors". But the emerald-transparent, curly, cheerful green of hornbeam is the most beautiful. It itself creates the greatest charm.
During the travel you can see almost all the diversity of the forest ecosystems of Belovezhskaya Pushcha, make a special trip through the natural zones of Belarus and if you are lucky you’ll meet some forest representatives of the fauna of Pushcha.
Price includes a walk along open-air cages with animals (walking tour) at the end of the route.
A booklet with a map of the route you can purchase at ticket offices at the main gates of the park of Kamenyuki, near border checkpoint Kamenyuki, controller at border checkpoint Pashuki can sell it too.