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We arrive in Severin na Kupi near the town of Vrbovsko. The once-imposing Castle of Zrinski-Frankopan from the 16th century awaits us. It is closed to visitors, which does not diminish its value and turbulent role in Croatia’s history. Since it is built on a cliff, it provides a stunning view of the river Kupa.
South of Vrbovsko is the famous spring Kamačnik, one of the 5 deepest in Europe. The spring can be reached by a trail that starts from the Bistro Kamačnik. But first, we will have lunch before heading through the canyon. Untrained walkers can enjoy an hour and a half walk at an easy pace. Along the educational, botanical, and musical trail, the so-called Pan track we are entertained with interesting sound installations. After several hours of recreation, we make our way to our accommodation.
After dinner is served followed by and a well-deserved rest.
Breakfast. An exciting day awaits us in the Kupjak Adrenaline Park. On our way, we will stop at the castle of Stara Sušica, a real historical gem in front of which you will feel as if you have stepped into a fairy tale.
Adrenaline Park Kupjak is located in an oasis of mountain forests and fields. They offer a wide selection of outdoor activities such as paintball, zip line riding, bridging (bridges with obstacles), zorbing, archery, human table football, splatmastre (paintball for children aged 7-12), trampoline, children’s polygon skills, bike rental (Trek), bowling, badminton…
Return to the accommodation, dinner, overnight.
Nearby Skrad there is a protected nature reserve consisting of the canyon Devil’s Pass, Muževa hižica and Zeleni Vir. This area can be reached by an educational botanical trail along the river Curak that is moderately demanding. Zeleni Vir is ahead of us, a beautiful green-colored lake with a seventy-meter-high waterfall. A solid path and bridges lead us to the Devil’s Pass, an amazing canyon that some people find frightening. At the end of the Devil’s Pass is the cave Muževa hižica. It is said that the population took refuge in this place during the Turkish threats in 1525. The group was led by a man (muž), that’s how the name Muževa hižica was created.
We turn back to the Mountain Lodge Zeleni Vir, for lunch and to rest.
Price based on a minimum of 30 passengers