After enjoying your time on Vojak, it is time for a steep descend towards village of Mala Učka. It is really a picturesque, almost abandoned village, only few cottages and abandoned houses, as I remember. If you are lucky, they sell really good, home-made cheese. Maybe because of the cheese it is worthwile visiting. However, the descend is kinda rough and your knees will not be grateful. We didn’t make it all the way down as we decided to follow the signs towards Babin grob (eng. Grandma’s grave). There is a big crossing on which there is a labyrinth. Maybe I should ask Adrian which of the labyrinths it is exactly. I’m not really into stones unless you can climb onto ’em. All of the paths are well marked and you can’t get lost. The only foolish thing you could do if you went too far in the direction of the sea but even then, there are a lot signs leading you towards Babin grob or back to Poklon. Yes, the great thing about this route is that it can be made circular – no repeating of boring paths, yes, please!