At the northern edge of Udin Woods, between Sebinje and the Križe hamlet of Snakovo, in the immediate vicinity of the Divjina Dirt Park for BMX racing, are the remnants of what was once a large wetland, Blata. A nature trail with 11 observation points, constructed in the spring of 2014, leads through it.
Linden tree in Žiganja Vas
Step inside and stare at the sky.
The more than 500-year-old village linden tree in the middle of Žiganja Vas is a natural value of national significance.
St. Anne mine
Encounter with true darkness
The St. Anne mercury mine is located 9 kilometres north of Tržič near the hamlet of Lajb, along the road that leads towards Ljubelj (Loibl) along Mošenik Brook. The system of shafts is preserved in its entirety and is 5 kilometres long, and lies hidden beneath the surface of the southeastern slope of Begunjščica. Visitors can go on a guided tour along Anton's Shaft in the fifth horizon.
A peaceful and relaxing place
Stegovnik Waterfall is a few hundred metres distant from Medvodje, you just need to follow Stegovnik Brook. Over millions of years the brook gradually sculpted a streambed and deposited stones from the mountain of the same name in it. The roughly 15-metre-high waterfall can be viewed in all seasons; access is also possible by mountain bike.
The Dovžan Gorge
Who will be the first to find a dinosaur?
The Dovžan Gorge is located in the central part of the Karavanke Mountains, Slovenia’s longest mountain range. Within it lies a unique site of rocks dating from the late Paleozoic Era. Take a walk through the gorge and learn about the rich geological heritage uncovered by the Tržič Bistrica River, a mountain river that carved a riverbed through the diverse rock deposits.