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The Krčić River has been protected since 1964. Together with the Krka River, it forms a unique hydrographic system with an abundance of hydrographic and morphological karst formations. Over its length of about 10 km from its spring to Topoljski slap waterfall (where it drains into the Krka River), the Krčić River stands out with its deep and picturesque canyon.

The end of the canyon is marked by a lovely flexure of geological layers from the Triassic and Jurassic eras, and interesting denuded relief forms. Within the canyon are travertine cascades, the loveliest of which are Topoljski buk, and under its base is where the Krka River springs.Along the Krčić River is a 15 km bicycle trail leading from the spring of the Krka River. This trail was built while Napoleon ruled in this area, and was reconstructed under the rule of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.The trail runs through the pleasant canyon landscape, along the course of this beautiful karst river that dries up during the summer months, creating a fantastic travertine canyoning trail.

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