“I will go and spread joy among the people. In one hand I carry the sun, in the other a golden smile.”
The sun-drenched peaks that tower above Kranjska Gora tempt everyone to visit them. For those who prefer to stay in the valley even in good weather, a cycle path winds through the valley and is surrounded by trees, offering cyclists protection from the sun. For those who love to go up high, the high walls and ferratas invite visitors to climb one of the secured hiking trails or tackle one of the classic climbing routes.
TOP activities in the sunny weather
Icy Kingdom Mojstrana
Take a walk along the forest fairy-tale trail that winds along the stream between ice-covered trees, footbridges, streams, lakes and water towers, past the chapel of Lurška and the mill, to a quaint little Gorenjska village with a small church.
Ferata is set in a secluded wild ravine of unspoilt nature, rising above Hrušica towards the Karavanke Mountains.
In the beautiful embrace of the mountains is a hidden corner where live Kekec, Aunt Pehta, the wicked Bedanc, the wise Vitranc, the kind Mojca, Tinkara, Brincelj and the frightened Rožle.
The Juliana Bike Mountain Biking Loop is the younger sister of the Juliana Trail and part of the Slovenian Mountain Biking Route.
A trail that does not conquer mountain tops but leads you in a respectful distance of the peaks along the edge of the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park.
Mojstrana – Kranjska Gora cycling trail (D-2)
One of the more picturesque trails is the Upper Sava valley trail, which runs along the former railroad from Mojstrana, via Kranjska Gora and to Italy.
What is Trail Run? The simplest definition would be running in nature.
Radovna cycling trail
The name Radovna is used for a settlement, creek and 20 km long valley.
Cycling trail to Kot & Krma
Cycling path from Mojstrana to Kot and Krma Valleys is a real treat for those who love cycling in the nature.
The Walk of Peace
The Walk of Peace from the Alps to the Adriatic combines the heritage, institutions and people along the one-time Isonzo Front, all the way from Mt. Rombon to Trieste.