Seweryn Kubicki "Walker - Walking through all the forests in Poland"
You knew that Bory Tucholskie covers about 3,000 km², and the Bialowieza Forest, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, covers 1500 km². For comparison, Warsaw has an area of only 517 km2, and Rome has 1287 km2. Is it impressive? Area certainly and views? See for yourself! We present to you the passion of Seweryn Kubicki, who created the project "Walker - Walking through all the forests in Poland", If you think that in Poland you saw everything or there is nothing worth paying attention to, then be sure to see Seweryn's films from his expeditions.
My name is Seweryn Kubicki, I am a survival instructor and the originator of the project "Walk - Walk through all forests in Poland", which was under the media patronage of National Geographic Traveler and the patronage of the State Forests, and the main sponsor was Helikon-Tex. I have already passed 9 wilderness, and 16 are still left. In the meantime I went through 2 Forest Districts around, I ran 100 km with a load of 5 kg, I took part in the Ultramaratonie 3 x Śnieżka = 1 x Mont Blanc, I crossed the Barycz river in the Górowski poviat, Góra commune. Soon, on January 5, I am moving on to cross the entire river along about 160 km. I want to pass all forest inspectorates in Poland and forests.
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