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Hike Poříčí - Týnec nad Sázavou

Along Posazavska highway

Petr Liška
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Hike Poříčí - Týnec nad Sázavou
Inserted: 09.10.2013
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Twelve kilometer long walk from Porici to Tynec nad Sazavou leads most of the time along the Posazavska trail with the opportunity to see both mentioned towns, but also ruin Zboreny Kostelec. It is far not as famous as the route from the mouth of the Sazava to Kamenny privoz, but it's still quite nice trip, even though the route is more suitable for bikes mainly due to longer road passages.

Svaty Havel

This trip begins in Porici nad Sazavou, which is easily accessible by train or car by short downhill from the main road number 3 connecting Prague and Ceske Budejovice. Start is at Kamenny most,from where you can see a little bit hidden Church of Svatý Havel (“St. Havel”).

Svaty Havel
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View of Lutov

Downstream of the river you can see in the distance a small wooded hill Lutov ( 349 m asl). Here also turns the blue trail to Tynec. but this one leads  „through hinterland“.

Connecting to the red route unfortunately means going through uninteresting way for more than 2 km along a busy road No. 603 to Nespeky. Thus it may be better to start this trip alternatively in Pyšely at the railway station.

View of Lutov
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Nespeky – Stara hospoda

After passing through the village called Mestecko (“Small town”) joins the red mark of Posazavska highway, but you still need to walk for a moment along the road. At the football stadium in Nespeky you can alternatively already turn to the water. However, the marked trail leads around the famous restaurant Stara pošta (“Old Post Tavern”), which is always full of cyclists looking for good food in summer days. A little farther there is the crossroads/paths. From there finally leads the way around Sazava.

Nespeky – Stara hospoda
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Holiday cottages over Sazava

The path runs along the narrow asphalt road and is ideal more for a bike rather than for walking. There are recreational facilities dotted over the river in the hillsides.

Holiday cottages over Sazava
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View of Chocholous

Before the village Ledce, lying roughly in the halfway, the view opens up a little bit more and you can see also interesting, at least by name, hill Chocholous (“Crested lark”).

View of Chocholous
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Pastures before Ledec

Shortly before Ledec grow on the banks of Sazava high-grown trees, cattle graze here the delicious grass. There is also a small buffet.

Pastures before Ledec
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Ledec

Ledec basically made of only two houses with picturesque lakes around.

Ledec
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Pond in Ledec

Pond is not very appropriate for swimming, but a boat trip could be fun.

Pond in Ledec
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Church of St. Bartholomew

At the end of this secluded place there is a nice church. From there continues only a dusty path.

Church of St. Bartholomew
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Small settlement

Sazava flows in these places really slowly – on the other bank there is a small settlement Pasovka.

Small settlement
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Detour near the settlement

The path leads to a fenced meadow and you must make a fairly big detour behind the cottages under the forested top of Cizov.

Detour near the settlement
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Zboreny Kostelec

The most picturesque part of this trip begins at the big bend of the river in the direction to the south. On the other side of the river there is the village Zboreny Kostelec.

Zboreny Kostelec
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Under Zboreny Kostelec

You are slowly coming to the most holidaymaker place of the whole walk. Rocky promontory sharply falls here into the river and there is quite extensive ruins Zboreny Kostelec, which is worth a separate visit. It is the only side trip on this hike.

Under Zboreny Kostelec
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View of the ruins

From the crossroads under the ruins rises the tourist trail steeply uphill and Posazavska highway diverts here for the entire 10 km from the river, mainly due to the fact that a busy road leads along its bank. From the improvised outlook at the intersection of the forest you can see from here also the ruins of Zboreny Kostelec.

View of the ruins
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Tynec nad Sazavou

The path ascends to the crossroads under Holy vrch (“Bare Hill”) and here our path separates from Posazavska trail and leads through the forest up to Tynec nad Sazavou. This town is also worth a visit. You can get back to Porici by train or on foot along the blue trail. Be careful – it is quite poorly marked!

Tynec nad Sazavou
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