The Upper Sava River Valley, with Kranjska Gora, provides hikers with many possibilities. The pleasant climate and fresh mountain air are the source of health and pleasure!
You can hire experienced instructors and rent the Nordic walking canes.
Where to hike? Take a look at our suggestions on the Zgornjesavska valley walking map.
There are 20 arranged, drawn, described and in nature marked walking paths.
The map is available in every tourist information centre of Kranjska Gora, Mojstrana and Rateče.
Take a trip to the Triglav valleys of Vrata, Kot and Krma.
A path from Mojstrana will lead you there, to the foot of Triglav or even at the top of the Slovenian highest mountain.
More than 120 km of walking paths have been arranged in the Zgornjesavska valley and its side valleys of Planica, Pišnica and Krnica, and the Martuljški Potok valley. Most of the paths lead through the Triglav National Park
The entrance to the Triglav National Park is well marked.
The walking paths are also marked on the map and can be combined.
The most picturesque is the Srednji Vrh above Gozd Martuljek (960 m). You can start from Kranjska Gora and reach it through the meadows of the sunny side of Kravanke, or in the other direction towards Podkoren through the Stan valley.
You will be rewarded with a wonderful view of the Julian Alps.
The Krnica valley is accessible form the Vršič road. The second bridge over Pišnica forms a road leading to the mighty foothills of Prisank, Razor and Škrlatica via the moraines and meadows.
A meadow path leads to Tamar from the lower station of the Vitranc chairlift. It becomes a cross-country trail in winter. The path is set up on the embankment of a former train trails thorugh a forest in Planica to a cabin in Tamar going beneath the Ponce.