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The „Jagodna” mountain shelter

The „Jagodna” shelter is a mountain touristic shelter, located at the height of 811 meter above the sea level, in Central Sudety, in the Bystrzyckie Mountains.

The shelter is located at the extensive meadow in the Spalona village, by the crossin of the observation roads: Spalona to Bystrzyca Kłodzka and the Sudety Highway to Międzylesie.

The building was created around 1895 in the place of an inn of a man named Hartmann. After the skiers discovered the qualities of the surroundings, the inn transformed into a tourist shelter. The Kłodzko Mountain Association, who became the owner of the shelter in 1927, renamed it Brandbaude after the renovation, which lasted until 1933. The interesting thing from the times of the construction of the nearby Sudety Highway are the bunkers, disguised as economic buildings (they are planned to be adapted for touristic purposes in the near future)

After 1945, the building was devastated and looted. After 1948, the shelter was taken over by the Kłodzko Division of the Polish Tourism Association, which increased the number of accommodation places and changed its name to the „Spalona” shelter, or the „Spalona Pass” shelter.

In the late 1950s, camping houses were built next to the shelter, and in the late 1960s, the shelter was given its current name – The „Jagodna” PTTK Mountain Shelter.

Nowadays, people can use the T-bar lift instead of that in Zieleniec. The shelter ha 57 accommodation places, in rooms that can hold between 2 and 7 people. You can also set a tent next to the shelter.

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