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Logar Valley

The Logar valley is considered one of the most beautiful and most frequently portrayed alpine glacial valleys in Europe. This most easily recognizable landmark of the Solčava region is nestled in the heart of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps.

The appeal of the Logar Valley lies in the essence of the natural environment and landmarks, while also leaving their marks on the region are the farms, shaping the cultural landscape through the centuries. It was declared a landscape park in 1987.

The valley measures 7 km in length and is on average 250 m wide. Its lower part is known as Log, the middle is called Plest, while the upper section is known as Kot. Log and Plest are famous for their beautiful meadows, while Kot is in part covered in forests. The valley is enclosed in its upper section by the cirque underneath Mt. Okrešelj, known in particular for the famous Rinka Fall, the source of the ice-cold Savinja at an altitude of 1,280 m, which is considered one of the most beautiful and one of the highest waterfalls in Slovenia. To access the valley by car, visitors should drive through the village of Solčava. 

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