Kranjska Gora, lively mountain village, the organizer of the FIS World Cup matches, located in the valley between the Julian Alps and Karavanke. In winter time, excellent destination for skiing in the summer for hiking.
Altitude: 800 m
- Ljubljana 84 km;
- Austrian border 6 km;
- Italian border 6,5 km
In the city: stores, restaurants, pizzerias, bars, bank, post office, night club casino
Sport: night skiing, coasting path, natural skating ring (lake Jasna); ski school and snowboarding school; pool complex, saunas; tennis hall.
Kranjska Gora - skiing in Kranjska Gora - Slovenia - Ski slopes:
Kranjska Gora, Podkoren, Gozd Martuljek
SKI SLOPES KRANJSKA GORA
o SKI SLOPES: 785 - 1.215 m altitude
o Chairlift: 5
o Calbe way: 18
o Ski field - together: 20 km
o Easy tracks: 10 km
o Middle tracks: 8 km
o Heavy tracks: 2 km
o Halfpipe: Yes
The lively adventures of the Julian Alps are waiting for you in Kranjska Gora and its surroundings. There are countless adventures you can try, from an active holiday to a peaceful discovering of nature and the cultural heritage. You can uncover the mystery of well-being in the rich wellness offer, attend business and social meetings or take your family to explore the mystical past of the Zgornjesavska valley. You will never be bored.
Natural beauty spots
Nestling amongst the high mountain peaks, the Zgornjesavska valley is a paradise for all nature lovers. Furthermore, the Triglav National Park provides sanctuary to a variety of rare species of fauna and flora. The true pearls of the Slovenian Alpine world include the Martulejk waterfalls, while the natural sculpture of the stony face of the young maiden Ajdovska deklica reveals yet another legend.
The pristine natural surroundings of Zelenci with its countless natural springs and stunning emerald green lake are best described in the words of the famous English naturalist Sir Humprhy Davy: There is no other more beautiful spot in Europe.
Triglav National Park
Triglav and its famous North face
The Pericnik waterfall
The Prisank mountain window
The Martuljek waterfalls and the Martuljek mountain range
Recurrent lake of Ledine and the Crne vode waterfall
The three-country border, Planica and Nadiza
Karavanke Mountain Range
River Sava Dolinka
In addition to an abundance of natural beauty spots, the valley also boasts a rich cultural heritage. The Culture Trail in Zgornja Radovna will lead you to several-century-old houses; you will be invited to view the Slovenian Alpine Museum, which tells the history of mountaineering; while the Russian chapel serves as a reminder of the follies of war. A monument to the memory of Jakob Aljaz is dedicated to our pastor and guide who led the way to better times.
The Russian chapel
Slovenian Alpine Museum
The Triglavska Bistrica River Path
The monument in memory of Jakob Aljaz
Pr Katr in Dovje
The church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary
St. Michael's church in Dovje
St. Clement's church in Mojstrana
The former Šmerc Inn in Mojstrana
Ambrožič House in Mojstrana
Špan House in Mojstrana