5km long pathway leads through Budkowiczanka valley that is a mosaic of forests, dunes and meadows. Its additional attraction is a medieval castle maintained in a good condition. The Pathway starts on the left side of a road by the last building of Krzywa Góra village. After around 500 meters, we reach the first stop "Wydmy". From that point the pathway goes through the forest. In the place where pinewood changes into mixed forest, we reach massive hill surrounded by embankment and moat. There is the second stop "Grodzisko". Going straight forward, we reach open space which is a mosaic of meadows and trees where is located next- third stop "Łąki". From that place we are led to a bridge and a weir on Budkowiczanka river. Going straight on, along the canal, we reach a pool which is located in picturesque place. There is another stop called "Stawek".Through the next nearest 1 km we have the chance to see the river closer and its inhabitants. We could also admire the secular willow (Salix), alder (Alnus), oak (Quercus) along the river banks. We've walked around 5km. It's also possible to reach the pathway starting from the headquarter in Ładza Park. To reach that point, we go to the left from the building. It's a dirt road. Going straight forward, we pass last buildings of the village and then pass apiary which is located among the meadows. After about 1,5 km we turn left and next, we turn right after 500m. The road leads us to the second bridge on the pathway,we cross it and go straight on to the forest to the first stop - "Wydmy". This pathway is longer, about 9km.