Educational Trail Kudin most
Below the southern slopes of Velebit, carved deeply into the canyon of a very impassable region, flows the Zrmanja River.
When visiting the Educational Trail Kuda's Bridge, you are about to meet the most beautiful part of Krupa together with its fabulous waterfalls and travertine cascades, and also walk over Kuda's Bridge, the oldest preserved crossing over the river.
From the educational trail which spreads from Golubić to Kuda's Bridge, astonishing views towards the turquoise Krupa River and its travertine barrier named Deveterac emerge. Deveterac ("Niner") was named after the nine travertine cascades which end with a high waterfall over which Kuda's Bridge was constructed.
The legend tells that the bridge was constructed by the amorous youngling Kude who built it in order to cross the river which separated him from his beloved one. The bridge was named after him.
How to reach: from the road Obrovac - Gračac take the turn towards Golubić and Kaštel Žegarski. After descending into the village Golubić, follow the mark and take the road towards the Krupa Bridge which is by the old school. The educational trail starts with a view over the Krupa canyon at the end of the village. From this point, the path leads towards Kuda's Bridge in a length of about one kilometre (it takes approximately 40 minutes walk). You should take sufficient supplies of water, warm clothing and protection against sun.