Kalnik mountain home is situated on a mountain Kalnik (480 meters above sea level). Surrounded by untouched nature and beautiful old town walls Kalnik. Reached via a paved road from Kalnik.
From mountain lodge takes a lot of hiking trails and hiking paths to different destinations. Was built in 1996 and an educational trail on Kalnik. On the walls of the old city of the Great Old Kalnik and rocks north of the mountain lodge (aka 7 teeth) is regulated by the hundreds of climbing routes, and on the plateau near the TV tower and the top of the plateau west of Vranilac paragliders taking off, frequent vacationers and adventurers Križevci, but the wider area. Redolent with history, culture, tradition. It is a favorite gathering place for residents of northern Croatian, to hikers and all those seeking peace and beauty. Its visitors daily by national and local specialties Kalnik end, but the famous Croatian and international dishes.
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