"The hill is placed on futuristic housing estate that was build inside of the forest - therefore there is a lot of high buildings and trees around the hill" This hill is located in the village of Wola Lubecka. The name of the hill comes from the name of the stream that flows through the village.
history: Wola Lubecka - a village in Poland located in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in the Tarnów poviat, in the Ryglice commune. It has less than 1,000 inhabitants. A small stream - Wolanka flows through the village. The highest hill in the village is the Kokocz mountain (434 m above sea level). Wola Lubecka is adjacent to the following towns: Zalasowa, Zwiernik, Joniny, and Lubcza.
In the years 1975–1998 the town was administratively part of the Tarnów Province.
|Last update date:||15.12.2021, 15:49|
new track supports have been added a new house for jumpers has been added transition from the house to the jumps has been added the passage was secured added at the end of the stairs railing Railing that supports the track has been changed