The trail starts from Vevchani Springs, continuing along the asphalt road through a settlement to the bridge on the river, from where a dirt road begins along a forest of chestnut trees. From this point, the trail continues through a chestnut and beech forest on a dirt road that leads to the ancient site of Vajtos. Through a mixed area of beech and oak forest spread with open meadow areas, the trail passes via the Planinska Kuca and the Monastery of St. Clement and the trail continues to the top Pisanik. At the
top there is a wonderful panoramic area. From the top, the trail descends through beech forest down a forest road leading to the picnic spot Jankov Kamen. From here, the return is via a mountain path until Vevchani Springs.

4-2 Sveti Kliment 1265 mnv

Panoramas and landscapes:

• Panoramic view towards Vevchani and Lake Ohrid.

Biodiversity pinpoints:

This part of Jablanica is characterized by large beech wood complexes.

Cultural and histmapm22orical / characteristic sites:

Vajtos is an archaeological site near the village of Oktisi. The site is a confirmed settlement from early antiquity and Roman times. It is situated 3 km west of the village, and extends to a great height, with steep slopes, which dominate the Struga area. At the top, there is a confirmed settlement with dimensions of 680 m × 80 m. On the north side there are the remains of the bulwark wall from the Hellenic period, 2.20 meters wide, dry laid with blocks of stone up to 1.30 m long. In the western area, the construction area is enlarged
and expanded with walls dating from Roman times.

Accommodation and food:

• Guest houses and restaurants in Vevchani: “Kutmichevica”, Vila “Alula”, “Vo Izvor”, “Domakinska kuka”, “Pupin’s house’, “Shutinoski” and “Via Ignatia”.
• Rooms in Vevchani.

Access to starting and ending points:

• Highway Skopje – Struga, 172 km.
• Local road Struga – Vevchani, 14 km.