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Mountain ranges / Pohorje, Dravinjske gorice and Haloze / Source of Topli (Studeniški) potok / Studenice - Source of Topli (Studeniški) potok

Studenice - Source of Topli (Studeniški) potok

Starting point: Studenice (260 m)
Starting point Lat/Lon: 46.2999°N 15.6138°E 
Time of walking: 5 min
Difficulty: easy marked way
Difficulty of skiing: no data
Altitude difference: 35 m
Altitude difference (by path): 35 m
Map: Posavsko hribovje Boč - Bohor 1:50.000
Author: bruny
Views: 4,157
Trip rating: 1 votes
Number of pictures: 19
Access to starting point:
A) From the direction Ljubljana we leave the highway in Slovenske Konjice and through Žiče, Loče and Zbelovo we get to the center of Poljčane. In the center, we turn right in the direction of Studenice and after about three kilometers, we reach Studenice, where we continue right through a bridge over the river Dravinja into the main part of the settlement. In front of the monastery complex we safely park.
B) From the direction Maribor we leave the highway in Slovenska Bistrica, where signs point us to Poljčane. In the center, we turn left in the direction of Studenice and after about three kilometers, we reach Studenice, where we continue right through a bridge over the river Dravinja into the main part of the settlement. In front of the monastery complex we safely park.
C) From the direction of Ptuj, Kidričevo through Ptujska gora, Majšperk and Makole we get to Studenice, where we continue left through a bridge over the river Dravinja into the main part of the settlement. In front of the monastery complex we safely park.
Path description:
After a short sightseeing of the main part of Studenice, we continue left from the monastery complex by the presbytery. At the passage between the presbytery and winegrowers association Studenice we continue upwards on a cart track along the rocky wall. To the left also the path on Studenice castle branches off, and higher on the left by the path there is soon a smaller stream, where runs water in a wooden gutter. Further right by the path, through the iron door there is an old nun cemetery of dominican sisters and magdalene sisters, who marked the history of Studenice through turbulent centuries. Further left by the path there is a rocky/wooden well and the remains of a quarry. The only,,foreign object,, which somehow blended into the environment. Few more strides and we get to source/sources of the stream which is more or less rich with water. Area higher is similar to karst, limestone terrain and water levels depend on precipitation, melting snow. There are some benches in the oasis of silence, peace and a smaller wooden footbridge for crossing the stream at higher water level and this is also the destination of a short path, appropriate practically for everyone.
On the way: Studeniški grad (315m)
Trip can be extended to: Sveta Lucija above Studenice , Source of Topli (Studeniški) potok , Formila na Boču (1 h 5 min) , Partisan hospital on Formila/Boč , Dom na Boču
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