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Dom v Tamarju


Starting point: Kranjska Gora

  • Path length :
    23.0 km
  • Time:
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  • Ground:
    Asphalt, Macadam

Description of path

The cycling route begins in Kranjska Gora. Follow the well-maintained cycling path toward Rateče. At the end of the cycling path (in Rateče) turn left (signposts for the RTV lodge, Nadiža waterfall …) and begin a light 1.5-kilometer ascent toward Planica. At the top you'll see the RTV lodge (where food and beverages are served) and several ski jumps (including the giant jump where the world's best ski jumpers can be found during the winter). From the RTV lodge, cycle toward the lodge in Tamar. This part is macadamized and not very difficult, with short ascents and descents. During the ride, you can admire the beauty of nature and the surrounding peaks. You'll quickly reach the lodge in Tamar, from where there's a truly majestic view of Tamar. You can also visit the Nadiža waterfall, located 300 meters from the lodge (on the right). Return the way you came all the way to the RTV lodge and down the slope. Once you see Rateče on the left, you can turn right onto a gravel road and follow the marked road (wooden markings with signs for Kranjska Gora) downhill to Kranjska Gora. If you don't like cycling through forests, you can simply return to Kranjska Gora the way you came.

In Tamar you can see: the Nadiža waterfall (The Nadiža whitewaters are located in Tamar, part of the Triglav national park. Nadiža is the first source of the Sava Dolinka. It surfaces 1232 meters above sea level and immediatelly falls in a 12-meter waterfall. It flows to the valley where it immediately disappears underground, then resurfaces near Rateče as the official source of the Sava Dolinka), the chapel of St. Mary (built in 1936 by Josip Lavtižar, who was the parish priest of Rateče at the time)

Kranjska Gora - Rateče - Planica

The author of these pages takes no responsibility for the described cycle routes or for the accuracy of the data. We have presented the cycle routes to the best of our ability, but the cyclist and the maintainer of the route are ultimately responsible for the safety of the trip.