Bratislava’s municipal forestry company opened the first stretch of a new touristic and running path in the foothills of the Small Carpathians, above the Borough of Rača, shortly before the Christmas holiday. The three-km long stretch from Spariská above Pekná Cesta, leading to the popular touristic point of Biely Kríž, leads through a forest.
“It is an alternative to the busy asphalt road used by hikers and cyclists that has resulted in collisions,” municipal forestry company Mestské Lesy v Bratislave (MLB) informed on social networks.
The regime on the road remains the same, i.e. mixed use by pedestrians, cyclists and forest maintenance vehicles.
4. Jan 2021 at 13:50 | Compiled by Spectator staff