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The stream Lobnica flows along the way from Pohorje to the valley of the Drava River through a beautiful gorge, but in between crosses two picturesque waterfalls: Veliki and Mali Šumik (Big and Small Šumik). The waterfalls are in the protected forest area, called Pragozd Šumik.
Black Lake is really black! The water is crystal clear, but organic waste of plants and animals is accumulated at the bottom of the lake and creates a thick layer of dark silt that gives the lake a characteristic color. It is situated in a swampy area in the middle of the Pohorje forest and is a pleasant excursion point to which a lovely path leads from Dom na Osankarici. The lake area is protected as a natural monument.
Lovrenška Lakes on Pohorje are a very popular hiking and excursion destination. Lovrenška Lakes are the most interesting among the small lakes, which form about a kilometer long and 300 meters wide Lovrenška marsh, which some also call the Lovrenška lakes. This marsh consists of two zones, separated only by a narrow strip of spruce trees. Each of them consists of 10 lakes, marsh windows. At the top lying pond is a wooden lookout tower.
It is located 2 kilometers under the Power Plant Fala. Here the Drava River is tightly compressed and surrounded by conglomerate rocks. They are smaller on the left bank and only a few meters above the water level, while on the right bank the several ten meters high, almost vertical Fala cliff rises from the Drava River. The erosion forms are visible in the wall as a result of the deepening of the Drava River.