The route begins through the bridge of the Shchara River - museum - dugout - Shimki - Shestily - Jamoyda - Obsokh - Bald Mountain. The length of the route is 32 km.
The route is designed for a different category of tourists for both schoolchildren and adults. It is an important element of the transport ecological corridor of European importance.
On the left bank is the Sharansky Holy Trinity spring. Water in it does not freeze even in the most severe frosts. At the source, a cross was consecrated by a local priest.
The path leads us to the old tarry. Today in Belarus there are almost no places where you can get acquainted with the features of one of the most common crafts of the inhabitants of the Belarusian forests. This building can be considered unique.
Having crossed the Schara river over the bridge, we visit a memorial erected to the victims of fascism and the heroes - partisans. The museum is a dugout.
The Shestila parking lot has its own attraction in that there are age-old oaks 350 years old up to 460 cm in size. Among coniferous trees there are separate stands with! 30 years old, common hornbeam, common wolf bast, as well as fragments of trenches of the First World War war.Parking "Jamoyda" (digging) lake has a horseshoe-forming shape. On the opposite side is an oak grove of 200 years of age. Pines that have reached this age of 120 -130 years are found along the route to the parking lot. The lake with the Neman is connected by a pipe. This element has been used to drive livestock. Here you can watch pairs of swans, catch pike, bream, tench, tench in the lake. "Bald Mountain" Within the reserve is considered the highest place. In fact, this is not a mountain, but a high steep bank of the river. Neman. He is called bald due to the fact that he is constantly washed by the Neman and the centuries-old pine trees growing on its edge slide into the river, leaving the coast without trees or simply bald. Today it is one of the most beautiful places on the Neman River. White heron, gogol, big merganser, blue-headed gull, and others live here. On the trail are installed information - educational signs with the most interesting information about the natural potential of the reserve "Lipichanskaya Pushcha".
Dubrava tracts OBOSH - located in the interfluve of two rivers Shchary and Neman. The dominant in this oak grove is the oak oak, which reaches 200 years of age and at the same time have a thickness of 2 - 3 meters. The oldest oaks on the territory of the tract are about 300 years old and their area is 34 hectares. In total, about 20 species of tree species and over 300 species of grass grow in oak groves. Rare and endangered plant species listed in the Red Book of the Republic of Belarus grow in oak groves.