Marked in red, route length approx. 8 km, walking time approx. 3 hours. 15 min. On the route in the valley of the Gościniec Góra Żelaziste, discovered in 1883, and the Charles Spring with good water.
Marked in yellow, the length of the route is approximately 4 km, walking time is approximately 1.5 hours. On the route there are interesting architectural objects of the contemporary district of Ustroń Zawodzie. The trail leads to the "Forest Park of Surprises" where you can commune with nature, see station of birds of prey, or European wilde game and protected wilde.
The Vistula trail
Marked with green and red, the length of the route is approx. 7 km, time is approx. 3 hours. The route runs along the Vistula River, away from city traffic. You can also walk to the Charles Spring.
Marked in blue, the length of the route is approx. 5.5 km, time approx. 2 hours. The trail leads to the campsite near Mała Czantoria, where there is a roofed gazebo and a campfire circle. And near, grocery kiosk you can buy sausages.
Marked in blue and yellow, the length of the route is approx. 8 km, time approx. 3.5 hours. This route can be traveled from the campsite near Mała Czantoria, which is accessible via a road. The route also leads to the black tourist trail to Tuł and Mała Czantoria.
Marked in brown. The length of the route is about 3 km, walking time is about 1 hour. + 45 minutes to visit the Museum of Metallurgy and Smithy.
Marked in blue. The length of the route is approx. 4 km, walking time approx. 2 hours. The route is full of interesting objects and monuments of material culture.
Trail to Jaszowiec
Marked in black. The length of the route is approx. 9 km, walking time approx. 3.5 hours. On the walking route, the holiday district of Ustroń Jaszowiec, built on the initiative of the authorities of the then Katowice Province, General Jerzy Ziętek and E. Gierek.
The Observation trail
Marked in red. The length of the route is approx. 9.5 km, walking time approx. 4 hours. An attractive scenic route, but requires stronger footwear.