Jezersko, Exploring Slovenia,October 2017

Exploring Slovenia 2017 through Instagram

IN Instagram , photography

From the sunrise on Šmarna gora, Jezersko in fall colors, to climbing the Triglav North face, here are the photos you liked the most on @exploringslovenia Instagram.

On the road from the Krvavec Ski Resort to Kriška Planina, Slovenia
When your family rides fluffy slopes of Krvavec and you’re stuck with the dog. To be quite honest, I readily volunteered for the job as I just love hiking around the second largest ski resort in Slovenia. ❤️❄️❤️ December 2017.

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Cycling from Ljubljana to Jezersko,Jezersko by the lake, exploring Slovenia

Cycling tips from Ljubljana in spring

IN Cycling

Spring is here! Well, at least the loud chirping of mating birds, warm sun, smells and aromas, colorful little flowers and budding trees, and I’m sure it won’t be long until the landscape turns completely green. Definitely my favorite time of year {although I might say this for every turn of season}. The most fitting sport during the early spring? Cycling, definitely. So, here are five of my favorite cycling tours from Ljubljana.

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Cycling to Kamniška Bistrica and exploring the hidden pearls on the way; 39.6 km (24.6 mi), 4 h, 535 m (1,755 ft) ascent. Ljubljana – Gorge Predaselj – the source of the Kamniška Bistrica river – torrent Krvavec.

Cycling to and exploring the glacial valley of the Kamniška Bistrica

IN Cycling , Family hiking , Kamnik-Savinja Alps

June is the month when the summer hiking season usually starts, since the mountains would have dropped the white blanket by then. This year, however, the never-ending rain and almost daily afternoon thunderstorms have been constantly messing with our hiking plans, and instead made big mountains even less manageable than during the colder months. I have managed, however, to switch my focus to cycling lately and it’s been just as fun.
One of the most memorable trips was a 40 km or 25 miles long tour to Kamniška Bistrica, a glaciated valley at the foothills of the Kamnik – Savinja Alps, which was actually a nice combination of cycling, hiking and – the most adventurous of all – exploring new grounds off the beaten trail. In fact, the tour was so nice, I have done it twice in the last three weeks, both times with my family, who eagerly joined in for the last part – climbing big rocks up a dry mountain torrent Krvavec.

Cycling to Kamniška Bistrica and exploring the hidden pearls on the way; 39.6 km (24.6 mi), 4 h, 535 m (1,755 ft) ascent. Ljubljana – Gorge Predaselj – the source of the Kamniška Bistrica river – torrent Krvavec.
Cycling to Kamniška Bistrica and exploring the hidden pearls on the way; 39.6 km (24.6 mi), 4 h, 535 m (1,755 ft) ascent. Ljubljana – Gorge Predaselj – the source of the Kamniška Bistrica river – torrent Krvavec.

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