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{newsletter} > Activities > Moravče - Limbarska gora - srednja trasa

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Moravče - Limbarska gora - srednja trasa


Starting point: Domžale

  • Path length :
    34.0 km
  • Time:
  • Difficulty:
  • Ground:
    Asphalt, Macadam

Description of path

Your adventure begins in front of the swimming pool in Domžale. Cycle along the Kamniška Bistrica river to Študa, where you should cross the bridge and highway in the direction of Ihan. Once you reach the centre of Ihan, turn toward Brdo, where the road slowly but surely begins to ascend. As you cycle, take a few moments to admire the tranquil nature surrounding you. After about 300 meters, turn toward Oklo at the intersection. After a short rest, take the same road back to the intersection. Now, turn toward Sv. Trojica. The next kilometer of the route features a very steep ascent to Konfin. Optionally, you can also ascend Murovica (743 m), either on foot or by bicycle (only recommended for the fittest among you). Continue the circular journey past Javoršica to Vrhpolje, where you should head toward Sp. Tuštanj (where you may visit the castle) and across the main road to Dole. From here, head through Imenje, Videm and Imovica toward Škocjan and Studenec (where the outdoor theatre is situated), cross the main road again and return to the starting point via Gorjuša.

- church Tabor nad Ihanom - Oklo monument - Sv. Trojica - Murovica - castle Tuštanj - outdoor theatre in Studenec - castle Krumperk - Železna jama(The iron cave) - Jamarski dom (caving club) on Gorjuša - museum exhibits


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.