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Crooked Forest

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Crooked Forest

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Nowe Czarnowo 51A, Gryfino 74-100 Poland
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ShiaPP wrote a review Oct 2020
Budapest, Hungary6 contributions
It’s extremely difficult to find the place. Only a tiny little wood sign on the side of the forest indicates it, so it’s not crowded like it was a tourist attraction. Also, almost no one speaks English around, though very few locals around here, it’s a remote area. Anyways, once you’re in the forest, there are wooden signs again. As you find the spot, it’s very interesting, magical and mystical place, since no one can tell what caused the curves. No guards, no blocks around, you can touch them, sit on them, embrace them. It’s a great experience!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Patrycja K wrote a review Aug 2020
High Wycombe, United Kingdom6 contributions
I finally managed to see the Crooked Woods while on a road trip in Poland. Worth a visit!! Smaller than I expected, but still great to see! I truly recommend it to everyone! The place was clean and taken cared of; and it wasn't annoyingly crowded.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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jbscram wrote a review May 2020
EASTLAKE222 contributions99 helpful votes
I had seen pictures of this and thought if I ever get the chance I would go take a look. Well, if happened and it was a lot of fun. Take the train to Glyfino. From there I grabbed a taxi. It helped that I had a photo of it on my phone. It isn't all that large, so you will be able to see it in an hour or so, depending on how many crazy photos you want to take. I asked the taxi to be back in 90 minutes and that was perfect.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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mflores0924 wrote a review Jul 2019
Dickinson, Texas40 contributions7 helpful votes
For our two-week trip through Europe, we knew we wanted to include the Crooked Forest in our itinerary. At first, it seemed difficult to find connecting trains but with the help of customer service at the station and a little more research online - we managed to find it fairly easy. Be prepared - it is in the middle of nowhere. The "train station" is only two benches and you must cross over railroad tracks to reach the dirt road path to continue on. Follow the dirt road for about a mile and when you see lime green apartments, turn left through the forest. You will question yourself but I promise, you're in the right direction. There are signs leading the way. If you follow them, you will be there in no time. We also had our luggage with us - if you can prevent bringing luggage it will be way easier. There is nowhere at the smaller train stations to stow. I would say even with the hike and questioning our where about - it was absolutely worth the site. P.S. I think the aliens did it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dawid S wrote a review Oct 2018
Fornebu, Norway29 contributions2 helpful votes
Not much to say. Should be taken care of. More cleaning. Is small but interesting to see. Come, take a picture and leave. Big potential, no one has idea how to use it well.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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