The log footpath to the Black Nisa
468 12 Bedřichov
GPS: 50° 48′ 56.056″N 15° 8′ 14.207″E
The 1 km long wooden footpath has been reconstructed along the Bedřichov Reservoir in the Jizera Mountains. The wooden footpath is only for pedestrians.
The completely non-functioning post-war footpath along the left-hand bank of the Bedřichov Reservoir has been replaced with a wooden trail for hikers. The footpath leads from the reservoir’s dam to the influx of the Black Nisa. It provides unlimited access, meaning that it is also accessible to those in wheelchairs.
The trail includes two lookout piers which enable unique views of the water surface and two stations which include information about local points of interest.
The selection of the suitable route and the realisation of the wooden footpath in this high-traffic tourist area is the result of close cooperation between the Forests of the Czech Republic state enterprise, the Jizera Mountain Nature Reserve Administration and the Elbe Catchment Board.
Source: Forests of the Czech Republic, a state enterprise