From Krško pass against Sevnici or vice versa. Already shortly after Krk is the right road towards the village shed Brestanica (from Sevnica but left shortly before Krk). Follow this road to the village Senovo, where we see the mark for the first Bohor (in Senova turn left). The road, which then leads us up the brook, leads us higher in the less marked the crossing, where we continue slightly left up (road, which goes straight, continue along the stream leads to huts on Bohorju. Our road left then made two sharp bend and soon lead us in the forest, where, according to a further 100m run, in the parking lot when parkiramo informative plaque.
Path description (automatic translation):
The parking lots continue on the right road in the direction of huts on Bohorju. After a few minutes walk us focus markings on the right foot wide path, which is moderate vzpne through the woods. When we get from the forest, the path turns left and then crosses Kelly slope (bad indicated). This route, which climbs at the field follow the houses in the village, which they see before them. In the village to get on the road which then walk a few ten steps to the chapel, which we see on the left side of the road. For the chapel ascent continue as marked walking path that is parallel to the road vzpne. The path that has to be very well-marked us through the woods and meadows in some smaller moderate climb leads to asfaltirano road, which we follow to the left. The road on which we walk, and then us in three minutes lead to the huts on Bohorju. From huts continue on the road in the direction of Lisca, Javornik and Koprivnik. After a few minutes walk from the cabin, but our path leads to a crossroads path, where the left offs on the way to a natural rock window and Petrovich. Here, continue straight on the road to us after a few steps further ten walk leads to places where the right-offs on the way up to Koprivnik. Focusing on that path, which is moderate vzpne Monday kolovozu. After a short climb to kolovoz drop slightly and turns into a wide pedestrian path, which then follow a slight rise to the top of Koprivnik.