Trail Hudi Kot OKP 5-1

Hudi kot is the expanded settlement of secluded farms on the northern mountainside of Pohorje, named after frequent and strong storms in the past.


The Church of St. Bolfenk was built in the sixteenth century in the Baroque style. It lies on 942 meters above the sea level. Legend has it that St. Bolfenk decided where to build the church in such a way, that he threw an ax in a specific direction. Next to the church is
a linden tree, which was planted to commemorate the Peace of Westphalia, at the end of the Thirty Years’ War, in 1648.

Alpine hut Pesnik was built before the World War II. After 1945 its role was significant because the Hut Ribniška koča was burned down. They renamed it to Shelter house Pesnik. Later on, it was closed for a few years, and then renewed and reopened in 1992. Now it is opened all year round between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Here you can enjoy food and drink.


You begin your path at Ribnica na Pohorju. Go in direction of Vuhred and descent the regional road over the Pušni klanc, under the Hudi kot Village. Turn left and follow the road to Church of St. Bolfenk. At the turn to the Kralj farm turn to the farm. Follow a slightly difficult ascent to the Pungart – Pesnik road. After the short break at the Alpine house Pesnik descent the regional road to the Ribnica na Pohorju Village

LENGHT: 21 km,
DURATION: 3-4 h,
DIFFICULTY: very demanding,
ADEQUACY: experienced cyclists.