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  • The Šlibar Organic Farm – A Real(ly) Rural Retreat

    The Šlibar Organic Farm – A Real(ly) Rural Retreat

    Isn’t is just great when you go somewhere not expecting much, only to find it’s so much more than you imagined? That was exactly the case when I recently visited the Šlibar organic farm in Kovor, near Tržič.

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  • Jelendol and the Stegovnik Waterfall

    Jelendol and the Stegovnik Waterfall

    Jelendol is a small village located at the far end of the Dovžan gorge in Tržič. Although it takes a bit of an effort to reach the village, and even more so to reach the Stegovnik waterfall, you will be rewarded by seeing this unique village and impressive waterfall away from the madding crowd! It is also the start point for numerous hikes in the Karavanke mountains – with so much choice, it’s hard to know which way to turn!

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  • A Glamping Fairytale in Tržič!

    A Glamping Fairytale in Tržič!

    The growth in the popularity of glamping was already rising exponentially, and this year, due to a certain virus, it has become even more popular than ever, as holidaymakers seek less crowded spots to spend their holidays.

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  • Escape the Heat and Have an Adventure in the Dovžan Gorge!

    Escape the Heat and Have an Adventure in the Dovžan Gorge!

    Following devastating floods in autumn 2018, when the Tržiška Bistrica river flooded its banks following a heavy storm lasting several hours, during which much of the Dovžan gorge (Dovžanova soteska) was destroyed and the residents of its hamlets were left cut-off, extensive renovation work has now been completed and the gorge is now looking better than ever.

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  • The Hidden Treasures of Tržič – Gutenberg Castle

    The Hidden Treasures of Tržič – Gutenberg Castle

    Tržič is one of those places that, on first glance, may not appear to have that many sights of interest. However, there is far more than initially meets the eye, both in terms of natural and cultural attractions. I’ve already blogged about many of them, and here’s another one to add to the list!

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  • Hike and Dine on Dobrča!

    Hike and Dine on Dobrča!

    The ‘green’ and relatively dry winter continues (though as I write, snow is forecast this Wednesday – yikes!), so, even if the weather is slightly cloudy as it was for our hike, you can enjoy a great hike to Dobrča to enjoy the views, the spring (in winter!) flowers, and the great food at the mountain hut!

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  • Winter Hiking Above Tržič – Kriška gora and Tolsti vrh

    Winter Hiking Above Tržič – Kriška gora and Tolsti vrh

    Okay, so I know the title of the blog is ‘Winter Hiking Above Tržič…’, but, as you will see from the pictures below, the weather – thank goodness! – is anything but wintry right now – and long may it continue I say!

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  • The Tekec Nativity Scene – A Festive ‘Must See’ in Tržič

    The Tekec Nativity Scene – A Festive ‘Must See’ in Tržič

    The festive season is in full swing with the Christmas lights on and markets open in many of Slovenia’s towns and cities. Even some of the smaller ones, such as Tržič, have joined in the festive spirit and, for the first time, the town had an official switching-on of its Christmas lights recently.

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  • Gourmet Fare at Gostilna pri Bajdu and Merriment in Medieval Žiganja vas

    Gourmet Fare at Gostilna pri Bajdu and Merriment in Medieval Žiganja vas

    Last weekend in Tržič was a busy one, with, among others, a medieval day in the village of Žiganja vas, and Tržič Trail Days – a weekend of guided mountain bike rides. It was a toss up between the two, but I opted to first visit the former – perhaps I have a secret penchant for medieval torture, or perhaps because it meant there was then time to go on to a nearby inn I had heard good things about!

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  • A Hike Along the Ridge of Slovenia’s Longest Mountain

    A Hike Along the Ridge of Slovenia’s Longest Mountain

    At 10 kilometres long, the Košuta ridge, part of the Karavanke range situated above Tržič, is Slovenia’s longest mountain.

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  • Hike Tržič: Košutica (Ljubeljska Baba) – 2 Countries, 1 Great Hike!

    Hike Tržič: Košutica (Ljubeljska Baba) – 2 Countries, 1 Great Hike!

    Despite being here over 12 years, I still get a kick out of being able to cover two countries in one hike, and the hike from Podljubelj in Tržič to Košutica (also known locally as ‘Ljubeljska Baba’) – part of the Karavanke mountain range – is up there among my favourites, not least because it makes a fab circular hike!

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  • Taborniški dom na Šiji – Homely Hospitality and Hiking at the Scouts’ Hut on Šija

    Taborniški dom na Šiji – Homely Hospitality and Hiking at the Scouts’ Hut on Šija

    Unlike the majority of Slovenia’s mountain huts, the Taborniški dom na Šiji mountain hut (translation: the Šija Scouts Hut) is privately run, and the difference is obvious from the moment you arrive.

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  • Gorenjska Plaža and Firbc’ okn – Fab Fun and Food at the Gorenjska ‘Beach’!

    Gorenjska Plaža and Firbc’ okn – Fab Fun and Food at the Gorenjska ‘Beach’!

    One wouldn’t usually associate Gorenjska – the Alpine region of Slovenia – with a beach, and, of course, it’s true here the landscape is more about mountains and forests than sand and sea. However, Gorenjska also offers a multitude of places to cool down when the heat is on, such as lakes, rivers, waterfalls and pools. Of the latter, the Gorensjka Plaža (translation: The Gorenjska Beach) in Tržič is one of the best, and newest, around!

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  • The Born Trail from Ljubelj to Preval – Don’t Forget a Torch!

    The Born Trail from Ljubelj to Preval – Don’t Forget a Torch!

    The Born Trail (Bornova pot) leads from the top of the Ljubelj pass along an easy, scenic, though in places narrow, path, which includes a section through the Born tunnel. The trail leads mostly through forest (and the tunnel, of course!), so is ideal in summer when the sun is scorching as it remains pleasantly cool.

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  • MINFOS and the St. Anne Mine

    MINFOS and the St. Anne Mine

    The Tržič area is known to be one of the most fascinating areas of Slovenia in geological terms.

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  • The Poignant Past + Delicious Present in Tržič: Mauthausen and Gostišče Karavla

    The Poignant Past + Delicious Present in Tržič: Mauthausen and Gostišče Karavla

    The tranquil St. Ana valley is squeezed between the Karavanke mountains along the road leading from Tržič to the Ljubelj pass. The valley was named after St. Anne’s church, which can be seen nestled beneath the mountains shortly before reaching the top of the windy road.

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  • Discover Tržič and the Three Bells Trail

    Discover Tržič and the Three Bells Trail

    From time-to-time, when not dashing up and down hills and mountains, and especially at this time of year when many of the paths at higher altitudes are treacherous due to snow and, particularly, ice, I find that an easier, flatter walk such as the Three Bells Trail (in Slovene: Pot treh zvonov) is the perfect choice!

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  • A World of Winter Sports in Tržič: Ljubelj and Zelenica

    A World of Winter Sports in Tržič: Ljubelj and Zelenica

    The for many (not me, I hasten to add!) long-awaited first significant snow of the year arrived last Friday and, following a cloudy day on Saturday, Sunday’s sunshine and gorgeous blue skies saw almost half, if not more, of Slovenia heading out to pursue their beloved winter sports!

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  • (Re)Discover Tržič with Adele in Slovenia!

    (Re)Discover Tržič with Adele in Slovenia!

    So, the new year is here and with it, in addition to my regular blogs about Radovljica and Žirovnica, this year I will be exploring another destination for you; this time I’m turning my attention to Tržič – the dragon’s town!

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