When making my way across the highest peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps at the beginning of August, I looked 1,500 meters down from the top of Mt. Planjava, and played with the idea of returning to the same Alps, only instead of going up from the south I would set my base in the north, in Logar Valley. Interwoven with breathtaking green trails that usually end somewhere way up in the high mountains, beautiful tranquil trails along the Savinja River and countless little wild streams in the broader Solčava Valley, the 7-kilometer long Logar Valley is by far one of the most picture-perfect glacial valleys in Europe. As it turned out, it was indeed perfect for yet another hiking, via-ferrata and flyfishing adventure.
Exploring a most beautiful Alpine valley of Slovenia – hiking, climbing and flyfishing in Logar Valley
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The Kamnik-Savinja Alps might cover just 900 km2 in size - compared to the Julian Alps with 4,400 km2, but they’re not any less beautiful! Even more so because the area has mainly remained pretty wild and the routes usually hard and exposed.
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