The simplest definition of trail running is that it is running in nature. You can find nature trails very close to urban areas or far away from cities. It is a misconception that you have to go to the high mountains to go trail running.
On the contrary. To go trail running, you simply need to turn off the tarmac and enjoy nature. It’s a combination of running and walking, accompanied by moving through beautiful nature with breath-taking views.
Trail running is also characterised by a strong connection with nature.
Trail runners and nature live in harmony. Nature gives us the space to move and awaken our emotions and feelings, and we runners give back to nature by minimising our footprint and impact on it.
Sustainable marking of the 15 km route in cooperation with Julian Alps Trail Run and Adidas Terrex
In collaboration with the Julian Alps Trail Run team and Adidas, we have created sustainable signage along the 15 km route to make it even easier for runners to get out on the trail and take on the challenge at any time.
The entire route is adorned with new wayfinding signs to make sure that you don’t have any problems finding the right route in between. We believe that in the warmer months, the newly marked route will attract many local and foreign trail runners.
The route will reveal many beautiful spots around Kranjska Gora. To begin with, the scenic route takes you to Lake Jasna, from where you continue towards the Gozd Martuljek. The most beautiful view opens up a little higher up on Srednji Vrh, where the magnificent scenery of the Julian Alps spreads out before us. Finally, the path takes us back down into the valley and along the Sava River we arrive back at Kranjska Gora.
Julian Alps Trail Run
Julian Alps and its surroundings offer everything that Trail Run stands for – mountain paths, where easy and runnable terrains intertwine.