The lake Črno jezero in the mountain Pohorje is a reservoir (retainment of water previously used to bring the wood logs into the valley). The organic waste of dead plants and animals gathered on the bottom of this lake for years and eventually created a thick layer of dark, almost black ,silt. That is the reason that on your first look the lake looks full of ink despite the fact that the water is crystal clear. The lake itself looks remarkably similar to the bogs found in Finland.
The lake is home only to one endemic subspecie of brown trout -black with prominent red dots. The lake is situated in complete wilderness and you can access it only on foot- following the Slovenian mountain trail, approximately 15-20 min from the parking place.
|The creek Bistrica (from the bridge on the road Šmartno-Trije kralji to its outflow into the Ložnica)|
|The river Dravinja (from the confluence with the Srednja Dravinja to the bridge in Loče)|
|The Dravinja (from the bridge in Loče to the bridge in Makole)|
|The creek Ložnica (from the bridge in Vinar to the bridge on the local road Spodnja Ložnica-Zgornja Ložnica)|
|The creek Ložnica (from the bridge on the road Slovenska Bistrica - Oplotnica to its outflow)|
|The river Oplotniščica (Oplotnica) (from the confluence with the Črnava to the bridge on the road Oplotnica-Slovenske Konjice)|
|The river Oplotniščica (Oplotnica) (from the bridge in Oplotnica to the bridge in Tepanje)|
|The river Oplotniščica (Oplotnica) (from the bridge in Tepanje to the outflow into the Dravinja)|
|The creek Polskava (from the confluence of the Mala Polskava to the bridge on the road Slovenska Bistrica-Pragersko)|
|The pond Jernejček|
|The pond Videž III|
|The ponds Pragersko|