Radomka, a river of still wild and natural character, flows from the forests around Przysycha, and flows down the hills of Garb Gielniowski. It collects rivers and streams feeding it along the way. It separates the forests of two forests – Kozienicka and Stromecka and borders the Kozienicki Landscape Park.
Radomka is a lowland, strongly meandering river, ideal for canoeing trips for beginners 7
and experienced canoeists. Its advantage is the great variability of landscapes. When it flows along an ice – marginal valley, it has gentle banks. It winds among meadows, pastures, farmlands and forests. It overflows in places, overgrown or grassy islets in the bends, scarps and wide, sandy beaches appear in the bends. The surroundings of Jedlińsk are especially picturesque. It delights with the richness of flora and animals. The trail is easy, picturesque and safe. The water is clean, the river is shallow, with a gentle, changeable and quite fast current, especially in narrowing, and calm in straight sections. During the canoeing trip you can come across numerous obstacles, including trunks felled by beavers and stones protruding from the bottom, as well as shoals and cascades. Sandy beaches are perfect for camping.
Radomka, the left – bank tributary of the Vistula (116km), flows out of the forests near Przysucha and flows into the Vistula in the village of Kłoda, after flowing down the hills of Garb Gielniowski. It forms a wide glacial ice – marginal valley and naturally delimits the Kozienicka and Stromecka forests.
Where to start kayaking trips
Brzóza – Rogożek,
Brzóza – Wola Chodkowska,
Brzóza – Ryczywół,
Jedlińsk – Goryń,
Goryń – Brzóza,
Bartodzieje – Brzóza
Jedlińsk – Ryczywół
Jedlińsk – Brzóza
Worth seeing during kayaking trips
Radom – the parish church of St. John the Baptist, the Bernarding monastery complex, the former castle, the remains of the city walls
Kayaking Trips’ Organizers
www.splywy – radomka.pl