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Slovenia (Landscapes) Paperback – 9 Jun 2005
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Pocket-sized full-colour motoring and walking guides with fold-out touring maps and large-scale topographical walking maps.
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One or 2 minor caveats
Although well aware that the walk timings are for walking time only we did find that there was so much to look at we were actually taking almost 2x as long - which is quite a bit more than our usual "extra".
Admittedly a bit out of practice/condition we did find that even the easy walks were non-trivial and usually involved steep climbs/ descents. (The results were definitely worth the effort!). We therefore did not even consider any of the higher graded ones on this visit.
Any maps/ guidance for a visit to Ljubljana must all be found in other sources.
All the "maintained" routes to waterfall viewing points in the Bled area were introduced with a pay kiosk (presumably to cover the costs of keeping the paths in a safe condition, & therefore justified) - and there is a charge for car parking unless you can find a roadside spot (possible when we were there in late Sept i.e. out of main season).
Visited Sept 2013
Walk 2: after 58 min. You cross the bridge and turn to the right. Then you should neglect the first path on the left side. Than; you keep the field on your left hand and neglect twice a path to the right.
Walk 18: after 53 min. When you have been on the two points of view........
Go back, a little bit, till the fork and then take the path to the right which goes up.
Walk 22: after you have crossed the Hudicev Most (a stone bridge 12 min.) you go to the right.
When you want to follow the Mostnica Korita go, when you are standing in front of the information board, down to the right.
Walk 23: In general: a nice walk, but it was often hard to find how to walk and it was difficult to go down the Rudnica
...RUDNICA; after 6 minutes you reach a small Hut on an open spot. Go further on the small path that crosses the open field. Then take the path that goes left and down and keep to the right at the next fork.
Rudnica (1 h. 31 m.) : not easy to find the red spots to find the path down. It is very steep!
From Studor we took the path, a dotted line on the map in the booklet to Ribcev Laz instead of the road with the cars. It is much nicer!
Another great holiday guide from Sunflower. Well researched and written--as always.
Due to poor weather we only managed one of the walks, but the car tours give an excellent flavour of this little-known country.Definitely a country to visit again. This book has made me want to see it all!