Lasek Wolski or Wolski Forest is massive woodland atop several hills above Krakow. The forest is a great destination to take off the city’s most known routes, both for tourists and locals. It’s an important local recreational enclave, but also a wildlife habitat for many animals, e.g. deers, badgers, and foxes. Wolski Forest also shelters the Krakow Zoo, Pilsudski Mound, or the Camaldolese Monastery.