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We arrive in Skrad in the morning.
The starting point of our excursion is in the parking lot by the INA petrol station, next to the information desk of the Skrad Tourist Board.
From the parking lot we follow the road towards Rijeka to the signpost for Vražji prolaz. Following the signposts we go to the Skrad railway station.
From the train station, the path leads along an asphalt road in a southerly direction, we cross the railway line and continue along the forest road to the crossroads, from where the markings lead left onto the footpath.
The trail then descends through the Jasle forest area and comes to a crossroads of hiking trails, where the trail to the left leads to the source of the Kupica and the trail to the right to the Devil’s Pass. You should turn right. After about 10 minutes you reach the cave (Muževa hišica), the entrance to which is in the rock above the Jasle stream.
The path leads through the Devil’s Pass and at the end is the Zeleni vir picnic area.
From the picnic area, to the right of the Munjara hydroelectric power plant, a well-developed hiking trail leads to a small waterfall. From there the path goes steeper uphill alongside the pipeline, at the top of the pipeline it turns right to a large waterfall and Zeleni vir.
From this point you should go back about 200 meters, turn right onto a developed hiking trail, which climbs very steeply in curves, to the Skrad train station and then to the parking lot and starting point of this beautiful and unforgettable hike.
Duration: 02 hrs 31 mins
Total length: 7.2 km
Difficulty level of the route: medium
Seasons: all seasons
We drive to our accommodation, Brod na Kupi, only 20 minutes drive away.
Hotel accommodation, free time until dinner, overnight.
Breakfast followed by a short drive of 40 minutes (30 km).
We arrive in Severin na Kupi near the town of Vrbovsko. South of Vrbovsko is the famous Kamačnik spring, one of the 5 deepest in Europe. The spring can be reached along a path that starts at Bistro Kamačnik.
It takes a maximum of one hour on foot to reach the source. On the way we are entertained by a botanical-musical nature trail, the so-called “Pan Weg” with interesting sound installations.
After several hours of recreational rest, a well-deserved break follows, refreshments in one of the nearby restaurants.
Full of impressions, of recently experienced beauties, we make our way home.