Sunny weather and good mood added to the participants of the walking, integration rally in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains. The name of these mountains comes from the relics of the Holy Cross stored in the monastery on Bald Mountain.
We started our adventure in Kakonin, from where we walked along the forest road in the beautiful Polish autumn, along the blue trail we headed towards Łysica – the highest peaks of this mountain massif, located 614 m a.s.l. Interesting among foreign students were boulders on the slope, and according to legend, there are stools of witches gathering here on Midsummer Night, and the trail on the rock lying along the trail leading to Łysiec, i.e. the Holy Cross, is nothing but the foot of the devil in panic daylight. It took us nearly two hours to reach Łysica. From there we set off on a further journey to the second goal, which was the bonfire :). It was an amazing opportunity to integrate, get to know each other, eat sausage, dance and drink Turkish coffee brewed by the fire :).
With this nice accent, full of optimism, hoping for the next meetings, we returned to rainy Radom.
Thank you to all participants for participating in the rally :).