Cycling
OFFER


Home / Cycling / K5 – ALONG THE ENERGY POINTS OF THE KOLPA RIVER

K5 – ALONG THE ENERGY POINTS OF THE KOLPA RIVER


   Radenci – Prelesje – Bilpa – Kostel – Fara – Banja Loka

Trail length: 34km


An extremely pleasant ride along the Kolpa river valley. We recommend stops alongside the numerous energy points – believed by some to be the most powerful energy points in Slovenia.


Most suitable time to visit: the warm half of the year.

This trail is included in the packages HTN 12,17.


    MAP
From Radenci we will ride towards Dol. In Dečina on the slope, directly alongside the trail, you can see a farm house, typical for Kočevje. From Dečina we will continue our trip towards the Sodevci state border and then turn right onto the trail running alongside the Kolpa river. We will ride past the former mills and sawmills of Prelesje. During our ride, we can stop at the numerous small camp-sites and bathe in the Kolpa river. We will continue our trip to Dol, where you can look at the former Venetian sawmill and old farm house with a black kitchen. We will turn left and cross the bridge spanning the Dolski potok stream. The bridge has an interesting fence shaped like a boat. In Laze pri Predgradu we will ride along the Kopla river past two former mills. The village has a church called the Church of St. Vitus and one of the numerous lithopunctural stones, illustrative of the energy points alongside the Kolpa river. We can see an example of overgrown vineyards north of the village on the slope above the road. We will soon arrive at Spodnja Bilpa, where the energy points alongside the Kolpa river begin. We can also view the Bilpa river spring and karst cave in the Bilpa cliff, from where witches were said to have flown towards Klek. We will continue onwards towards Lobič, where in addition to the lithopunctural stone we can visit the Kobilna jama cave. We will then continue towards Gorenja Žaga. The Jelovička jama cave and Mihova jama cave arose here alongside the confluence of the Kotnica and Kolpa rivers. We can take a break in Gorenja Žaga or continue straight on towards Slavski Laz. Here you will see several wonderfully preserved old Kočevje houses. We will continue on to Fara and turn right onto the Petrina–Kočevje regional road. This will be followed by an ascent to the Tišenpolj waterfalls on the Nežica stream. Here we can rest and then continue on to Banja Loka. Here you can see some of beautifully preserved houses, typical for Kočevje. From Dečina we will continue our trip towards the Sodevci state border and then turn right onto the trail running alongside the Kolpa river. We will ride past the former mills and sawmills of Prelesje. During our ride, we can stop at the numerous small camp-sites and bathe in the Kolpa river. We will continue our trip to Dol, where you can look at the former Venetian sawmill and old farm house with a black kitchen. We will turn left and cross the bridge spanning the Dolski potok stream. The bridge has an interesting fence shaped like a boat. In Laze pri Predgradu we will ride along the Kopla river past two former mills. The village has a church called the and one of the numerous , illustrative of the energy points alongside the Kolpa river. We can see an example of overgrown vineyards north of the village on the slope above the road. We will soon arrive at Spodnja Bilpa, where the energy points alongside the Kolpa river begin. We can also view the and karst cave in the Bilpa cliff, from where witches were said to have flown towards Klek. We will continue onwards towards Lobič, where in addition to the lithopunctural stone we can visit the . We will then continue towards Gorenja Žaga. The and arose here alongside the confluence of the Kotnica and Kolpa river. We can take a break in Gorenja Žaga or continue straight on towards Slavski Laz. Here you will see several wonderfully preserved old Kočevje houses. We will continue on to Fara and turn right onto the Petrina–Kočevje regional road. This will be followed by an ascent to the on the Nežica stream. Here we can rest and then continue on to Banja Loka.

Additional information about the trail:


Lowest point: 
 189m
Highest point:
 558m
Total ascent: 
 478m
Total descent:
 117m
Estimated cycling time:
 3h

CURRENT OFFER
OFFER
TOURIST PACKAGES

  Atachments
GPS File [ ,11 Kb ]

  Visit us
Copyright © 2009 Creativ plus | Contact