Since the cache and the footpath and all the nearby terrain is a
please especially take care of your environment.
The beautiful valley of Büdöskút is situated approximately halfway
between Pécs and Orfu. Although it provides comfortable resting
place, campfire sites and wooden benches for tourists, it is not
very frequented. The Büdöskút valley is especially rich in
springs giving the finest quality of drinkable mineral water.
So if you happen to be tired and thirsty, you can refresh yourself
with great tasting cool natural mineral water.
The Büdöskút spring - after the place was named - is a
spring of fluctuating water output, it flows only after great rains.
The richest spring in the valley is the Feri-forrás,
"Büdöskút" in english means "Stinking Well", has also a legend among local people.
which coordinates are given as a waypoint.
Back to ancient times, the spring was held by a fierce seven-headed dragon.
Once a thirsty warrior came to drink from the spring and he was
attacked by the dragon. They fought long and finally all the seven
heads of the dragon was cut by the warrior. The dragon's carcass
fell into the spring thus making the water stinking.
Near the cache you can see the Pantheon of the Baranya county
hikers at the coordinates N46 07.431 E18 10.933.