We compared land use in cadastral municipalities where Pahernik property is located (Vuhred, Planina, Orlica and Hudi kot) in year 1825, with land use from year 2017. In all of the analyzed cadastral municipalities, forest area share in land cover grew in the period from 19th to 21st century. We recorded the biggest rise of forest area share in cadastral municipality Planina, specifically 46 %. Forest cover increased for 21 % between 1825 and 2014 on Pahernik property as a whole. Differences in stand densities and in stand diversity indices between the stands where forest was not present in 19th century and the stands on persistent forested lands, were not statistically significant. Average stand volume on Pahernik property is 453,3 m3/ha, spruce is the prevailing species. We delineated stand structures based on height classes, based on segmentation of the data collected with laser scanning of Slovenia. Stand canopy heights and tree heights are decreasing with rising elevation. We estimated leaf-out phenological differences of dominant tree species based on mission Sentinel-2 satellite images. We estimated Normalized Difference Vegetation Indexes (NDVI) in the period between 29th of March and 15th of October 2017. Based on the differences in vegetation indices NDVI, it is possible to estimate phenological development of forest stands for dominant tree species beech, spruce and larch.