Вријеме  9 сата 13 минуте

Број тачака 5341

Uploaded 29.08.2015.

Recorded август 2015

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1.210 m
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68,25 km

Погледана 1343 пут(a), скинута са сервера 22 пут(a)

близу Štanjel, Komen (Slovenija)

Quizás la etapa más autentica y bonita de todas las que hicimos. Quizás también la más dura.

Desde la bonita localidad de Stanjel enseguida dejamos la carretera para ir a buscar una carretera secundaria que en varias curvas de excelente descenso en el que pondremos a prueba nuestros frenos nos llevan a la localidad de Smarje. Simplemente sublime.
Continuamos por caminos asfaltados pasando por pequeños pueblos que no salen en el mapa hasta llegar a una carretera más principal donde transitamos apenas 3 kilómetros para de nuevo pillar una carretera secundaria sin tráfico alguno y empezar a remontar después de Lokavec por unos bosques increíbles y así con buenas rampas, carretera estrecha y preciosas vistas llegaremos hasta una localidad en donde un poco más adelante está el collado. Una vez aquí iniciamos uno de los mejores descensos que he hecho... largo y tendido con unas vistas a ríos y a lagos geniales.
Llegado al final de esta bajada encontramos una pequeña localidad en donde comer y de aquí seguimos sin ninguna novedad hasta Tolmin. Se puede pernoctar en esta localidad o ir un poco más arriba y pernoctar en donde lo hicimos nosotros. Aunque queda algo más arriba vale la pena disfrutar de la tranquilidad del Parque nacional del Triglav. Eso si, comprar comida en el súper market ya que no sirven cenas.

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Collado

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Apartment Abinkar

Si después de llegar a Tolmin os quedan fuerzas y ganas hay que remontar unos 4 kilómetros y 250 metros de desnivel por una angosta y preciosa garganta hasta llegar a estos apartamentos. La verdad es que vale la pena el esfuerzo ya que la tranquilidad es máxima. Eso si, hay que aprovisionarse en Tolmin ya que no sirven cena. Apartment Abinkar offers accommodation in Tolmin, 45 km from Villach. The property is 33 km from Bled and free private parking is offered. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. The kitchen is fitted with a microwave and a refrigerator. A flat-screen TV with satellite channels is provided. Other facilities at Apartment Abinkar include a barbecue. Udine is 43 km from Apartment Abinkar, while Kranjska Gora is 31 km away. Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport is 54 km from the property.
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Lokavec

Lokavec (pronounced [lɔˈkaːvəts]) is a settlement on the northern edge of the Vipava Valley northwest of Ajdovščina in the Littoral region of Slovenia.[2] It lies below the slopes of Mount Čaven, below the Salt Mud Slide. It includes the hamlets of Bitovi, Brith (or Britih[3]), Čohi, Gorenje, Kuši, Lahovše, Loretovše, Mizinška Vas (Slovene: Mizinška vas), Paljki (or Palki[3]), and Slokarji.[4]
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Lokve

The village of Lokve is situated in a valley surrounded by a forestat an altitude of 965 meters in the northwest of the Trnovo Plateau. It is only 20 km away from Nova Gorica and it can be reached from Ajdovščina, Idrija, Čepovan and Most na Soči as well. In the northern part of the village a hill called Veliki vrh (Great peak) or Škol (1190 m) is closing the view towards the Čepovan valley, in the east there are Mali Češevik (1104 m) and Ilovica (1166 m), and in the south of Lokve there is Prezren (1128 m), in the south-west lies the Trogar hill and in the north-west Črni vrh (Black peak) (1066 m) and Koprivnica. In the heart of the valley there is a hillock where already in the 18th century a small chapel was built and where nowadays a church dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua stands. Lokve and its surroundings are situated in an entirely karstic region. Thus, there are no water sources at all. However, in the past there were many pools, the so-called kal or lokev, which were formed on the argillaceous earth. The first inhabitants – herdsmen – used those pools for the watering of their animals. Only two natural pools are still existing; one of them is Goveji kal (Beef pond) in the north-eastern part of Lokve. In the past the inhabitants of Lokve and its surroundings worked in the field of forestry, charcoal burning, the producing of wooden tubs and glaziery (there are still some remains of glažuta in Mojska draga). The area in the pith of the Trnovo Forest is fairy-tale like the whole year round. Spring light greeen tunnels of trees cover cycle tracks and footpaths. The shadows of huge treetops offer peaceful refuge from the summer heat. Mountain tracks invite to the near summits (Poldanovec – 1303 m, Mrzovec – 1406 m, Golaki – 1495) also those visitors who demand steeper ascents. Autumn fiery colours invite us to take a walk and to prepare for the white winter idyll when again we can decide to go on the longer or shorter routes for cross-country skiing in the calm forest. However, the fairy-tale is not over yet. The village of Lokve offers pleasures of the mini-golf, tennis, volleyball and seven-a-side enthusiasts as well as those who want to take a walk around the village on the path, which was once used by foresters that supervised the forest surface (Path behind the wall). Nature enthusiasts will probably be attracted more by an interesting glade at Mala lazna which can be a starting-point for hikers, cyclists and cross-country skiers or the natural botanical and forest reserve, called Paradana, and its famous Velika ledena jama (Great ice cave, 385 meters deep) which was once known as a golden cave for ice that was exported even to Egypt. All the visitors will be without any doubt tempted by the exquisite homemade food (bread, venison,…) and the night's lodging in Loke and Lazna.
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Most Na Soci

Description and location Most na Soči is located on a rocky crest above the confluence of Soča and Idrijca rivers. In the past these two riverbeds, deeply carved into the rocky slopes, provided the settlement with excellent protection from intruders. Due to the nearby Doblar Hydro Plant, the basins of the river were entirely inundated and below the settlement the vast accumulation lake was formed, which now attracts both fishermen and visitors, who can stroll along well-kept, panoramic and none too demanding paths. History Exceptional archaeological finds – more than 7000 grave sites discovered so far – rank this location among one of the most important prehistoric settlements in the Europe. Rich finds date back in the period from the late Bronze Age to the Roman period. Most of them originate from the Iron Age community, which was named after our settlement as the “Sveta Lucija Culture”. The finds are on display in the museums of Vienna, Trieste and Tolmin, but archaeologists of the newly founded Tolmin Museum still come up with new, stunning finds. Thematic trails Nearby Most na Soči there are two thematic trails: - 14 vital energy points are connected in The energy trail - The cultural and historical trail of Most na Soči takes us through the three thousand years of the existence of Most na Soči.
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Restaurant

Menú correcto y a buen precio.
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Smarje

Šmarje pri Jelšah is a town and a municipality in eastern Slovenia. The area was part of the traditional region of Lower Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja statistical region. The development of the settlement is associated with a medieval mansion known as Jelšingrad on a slight hill northwest of the town. The local parish church is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary (Slovene: Sveta Marija Vnebovzeta) and belongs to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor. It dates to the late 13th century with 18th- and 19th-century additions.
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Apartmaji in sobe Marija Jera Štanjel

Buen trato familiar. Tienen lugar donde alojar bicis aunque como estaba lloviendo y las bicicletas venían llenas de barro las dejamos en la calle, en un pequeño garaje. Aunque no hacen cenas te llaman a un "Telepizza" esloveno más que correcto. El desayuno casero y fantástico. También te venden vino o cerveza para la cena (Agua y refrescos, por supuesto)
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Stanjel

Debido a su buena posición tráfico-geográfica y estratégica, Štanjel fue importante desde la Edad del Hierro juvenil hasta hoy. La población ha gozado del mayor florecimiento en la era románica cuando se extendía por el bosquecillo contra el pico de Turn. La colina fue fortificada nuevamente en el siglo XI - siglo XII. – Aún hoy se ven las ruinas de la torre en el pico de la colina Turn. Hay michísimos elementos góticos que demuestran que la localidad había logrado ya entonces la amplitud de hoy. Los restos del castillo se remontan a la Edad Media pero solo al final de siglo XVII los condes Cobenzli les han dado la imagen definitiva. Por causa de las invasiones turcas Štanjel fue protegido con una muralla al final del siglo XV.
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Super Market

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Tolmin

Tolmin (italiano Tolmino, alemán Tolmein) es una localidad y un municipio con el mismo nombre en la región occidental de Eslovenia próxima a la confluencia de los ríos Soča y Tolminka. El casco antiguo de la ciudad que le dio nombre a toda la región. Es el mayor asentamiento en el Alto Valle del Isonzo (en esloveno Zgornje Posocje). Es asimismo su centro económico, cultural y administrativo. Sus principales atracciones son el barrio antiguo, un moderno parque de deportes, y las ruinas del milenario castillo Kozlov Rob.

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