The Olhava lean-to and fire place are on top of a small hill. A woodshed is under the hill, where the lean-to used to be. Dry toilets are on the other side of the road quite close to the woodshed. A well for drinking water is next to the road.
You can see the beautiful Olhava cliff and the pond from the lean-to. The pond is a popular nesting place for red-throated divers, so in the summertime you might want to bring some earplugs or get ready to wake up early to their song. The shore of the pond is swampy and muddy.