Stimčev Vrh also known as Petehovac has a long tradition of catering for visitors. Apart from the cozy and comfortable restaurant hut serving great local cuisine, Petehovac also provides amazing views of the neighbouring peaks. On a sunny day its views can stretch all the way to the Slovenian Alps. Petehovac caters with an operation ski slope in the winter. Due to its exceptional and unspoiled natural beauty in 1963, this area was protected and declared a significant landscape. The first lodge was constructed during 1940s at Štimčev Vrh(1024m) by local volunteers. The resort itself was renamed Petehovac(1098m) after a peak south-east of Štimčev Vrh. The lodge was completed in 1945 and was renovated and extended in 1952. The resort was famous for catering international Kurikkala Competitions Cup and in 1962 the resort got the ski slopes and ski lifts (ski lift was shut down in 1986), first of its kind in Croatia. The resort also catered with the training grounds for football, basketball, handball.