Network of cycling trails below Storžič
Touring along the southern slopes of Storžič by mountain, trekking or road bike
The cycling trail network below Storžič is a joint project of the municipalities of Kranj, Naklo, Tržič, Preddvor and Šenčur, which marked the first four cycling trails of the network below Storžič in 2014. The starting point for all of the routes, which are from 20 to 30 kilometres in length, is at the summer swimming pool in Kranj, and the routes can be travelled by mountain, trekking, or road bike.
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- type of path: cestno kolesarska length: 30 km / 2 h elevation change: 533 m difficulty: ** - technical: * - condition: * panorama: ***
The cycling trail network below Storžič is intended for recreational cycling, in the course of which cyclists will also take time to enjoy the sights along the way: towns, fields and meadows, and of course the mountain rising to the north. The routes go through rolling terrain along roads with little traffic, and also through settlements where you can enjoy the local cuisine and the tourist attractions of the Gorenjska countryside.
The routes are well-marked with signposts bearing the symbol of the trail and directional arrows.
Kranj - Strahinj - Duplje - Žiganja Vas - Križe - Senično - Golnik - Letenice - Tenetiše - Mlaka pri Kranju - Kokrica pri Kranju - Kranj
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A shorter variant starts and finishes in Križe (at the parking area by the cemetery or at the primary school)..
- Gorenjska - tourist map 1:40 000, Kartografija
Please note: The content provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Paths, trails, and roads in natural areas are not signposted. Cycling is permitted on roads and forest roads unless explicitly prohibited. Cycling along logging skid trails, hiking trails, and other footpaths is prohibited unless explicitly allowed. Where cycling is prohibited, cyclists must dismount and continue on foot. Tracks in the .gpx format are for informational purposes only and are meant solely as an aid; they do not necessarily mean that cycling is allowed. Visitors cycle at their own risk.