Momin Bunar 2
Walking trail MOMIN WELL - ERGENSKA CHESHMA - CHURCH HOLY SUNDAY - VINEYARD - DVATA PATA - CHURCH Ss. FIFTEEN T. MARTYRS - MOMIN WELL
The walking trail is suitable for hiking the hill “Samoranica”. It starts from the area called “Momin well”, near the freshet “Koritniche”, and it continues further down by the asphalt road towards the fountain “Ergenska cheshma”. Climbing up the hill leads to the fountain “Kamcheva Cheshma” and on the left side there is a trail that leads uphill towards the area “Rasadnik na kajsii” (“Nursery garden of apricots”). There is a beautiful nature, fresh air, and the place offers a possibility to do landscape photography of the city of Strumica.
The walking trail continues upwards steeply, with heavy penetrable road, of rocky edges, leading to the area called “Usheto (the Ear)”. This place has a mixed forest, rich in diverse plants, and sometimes there can be found also wild animals.
If one continues walking it reaches the area “Nov Manastir” (“New Monastery”), and from here, the trail leads to the city of Strumica, known as “Dvata Pata”. The location is convenient for leisure and recreation, to organize various events, research and education, picnics and other outings. From here, the walking trail has a flat paved road leading to the area of “Cham Chiflik”.
This walking trail is very long, and difficult to hike, and it can be taken only by people in good physical preparedness, professional climbers or alpinists. The walking trail passes through the area “Vineyard”, and it continues to the Church “Ss. 15 Tiberioplois Martyrs”. The trail has an opportunity for a circular movement, from multiple directions.
- Flora and fauna:
The walking trail has diverse types of grass flora, which offers opportunities for collecting herbs for different tea. It is also abundant with short stemmed forest, several types of mushrooms including: chanterelles – cantharellus; champignon- agaricus bisporus and parasol mushroom - Macrolepiota procera. There are also fruits, such as currants, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and dog rose.
In the lower parts of the trail there are deciduous trees, among which most prevalent are: betuala alba – birch; tilia sp. – linden; acer sp. – maple, whereas the upper parts are dominated by evergreen trees including: pinus silvestris – pine; abies alba – fir; cupressus sp. – cypress; juniperus sp. – juniper, picea abies - European spruce.
The fauna is rich with rabbits, wolves, foxes, wild pigs, and there are several types of birds, including, nightingales, pheasants, eagles, falcons, and partridges, and various kinds of insects.
- Additional opportunities for using the trail (eco-tourism, walking and jogging, mountain biking, archaeological tourism, herbal tourism).
TRACK TYPE: Ground