Tourist Information 2019
Tałty: Taltenski Canal
The Tałteński Canal (otherwise known as Tałcki) is one of many canals on the Great Masurian Lakes Route. Its length is 1620 meters, width is about 12 meters, and the average depth is almost 2 meters. The canal connects two lakes – Tałty and Tałtowisko. A bridge leading from the village of Tałty to the village of Skorupki is located on the channel from the side of the second lake. From this side, there is the possibility of getting to the shore. It is a place often chosen by tourists camping in the wild. The shores of the canal have been concreted, which makes it possible to tow yachts.
The Tałteński Canal is used by passenger ships traveling through the Great Masurian Lakes Route. It is used, for example, while going from Mikołajki to Giżycko by the ships of the Żegluga Mazurska – the courses take place twice a day at 10:30 and at 15:00. The first course is also returning, giving tourists one and a half hours to rest in Giżycko.