From below Crna Prst a creek flows down in Baca river. It's name is Kocenpoh. A strange name for Slovenian language, but understandable - because its origin is not Slovenian, but German. It obviously means 'Katzen Bach' - The Cat's Creek. There are many more German toponymes in these places. Indeed a strong German speaking minority from Tyrol was living on terraces below Crna Prst. The Rut village is still today referred as 'Nemski Rut' - 'The Deutsches Rut'.
As you can see, through this creek also a nice hike goes up. Photo: Jasmina Pogacnik.
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