Przełecz Przysłup is the road with more hairpin turns of Poland
Przełęcz Przysłup is a mountain pass at an elevation of 617m (2,024ft) above the sea level, located in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship of Poland.
Is Przełecz Przysłup challenging?
Set high in the Sanocko-Turczańskie Mountains, the road to the summit is totally paved. It’s called DK28. It’s a very funny road, with steep parts (hitting a maximum slope of 13.2%), sharp hairpin turns -one of the longest series of serpentines in the country- and countless turns. A dozen or so 180-degree turns not only give great fun to drive, but also look amazing in drone photos. The surface of the road is in very good condition, and the traffic is moderate. The route is frequented by cyclists. Due to the virtually no shoulder, you really have to be careful.
How long is Przełecz Przysłup?
Tucked away on the southeastern part of the country, the pass is 19.8 km (12.30 miles) long running west-east from Sanok to Tyrawa Wołoska. At the summit is a great panoramic view of the Bieszczady mountains.
Pic: Artur Matuszewski