The stream, which is only 20 km long, has a cognitive path, which is also divided into parts. The first part is the “Forest cognitive path”, and the second part is the “Geological cognitive path”. This is the first geological path in Lithuania with a length is 1.5 km. Šavaša is a truly special Lithuanian river. Its valleys, like mountain rivers, are incredible in height, with water falling from 8 to 11 meters in every kilometre. A spectacular sight to watch the river during the spring floods or prolonged rains. Then Šavaša sniffs a rocky furrow like a real mountain river. Between the high river valleys in the 13th-18th centuries was the ancient Lithuanian temple, in which the mythological Lūžų Stone with a bowl has survived.