Themed trail through the Logar Valley
The trail through the Logar Valley is an educational and ethnographic trail leading through the beautiful corners of unspoilt nature in the Logar Valley Landscape Park. Including, among others, the source of the Savinja, mighty boulders, small museums dedicated to logging and charcoal production, a hunting tower, a giant juniper tree and much more. The trail ends dramatically at the Rinka Fall.
Approximately a kilometre after leaving town, visitors enter the Logar Valley. To the right, immediately before crossing the bridge, they will be met with wooden signposts. The 7-kilometre trail will take about 3 hours at a moderate pace (one direction).
Alternatively, hikers can take shorter routes by starting along the trail at various locations along the valley. Consider hiring a tour guide for more details and information about the sights along the trail as well as many interesting myths.
Starting point: 1km after entering the Logar Valley Landscape Park (hikers may instead opt for shorter routes by starting along the trail at various locations in the valley)
Difficulty: an easy, educational and ethnographic trail
Duration: 3h (single direction trail, 7km)
Main attraction: the glacial alpine valley – the Logar Valley and Rinka Fall