A fascinating circular trail from Radovljica over the Sava river to the ruins of Lipnica Castle.
A trail along paths which for centuries linked the estates of Radovljica's gentry along the Sava river. It acquaints inquisitive visitors with the cultural and natural heritage of the Lipnica valley. The path ends at the ruins of Lipnica Castle from where there are superb views of the surrounding uplands and the Julian Alps.
The trail, which brings walkers closer to nature, can be combined with a visit to the picturesque iron forging village of Kamna Gorica or the Sava River Trail.
Start point: Radovljica (Linhart Square or the the car park at the seperation depot; 46.3337N, 14.1815E)
Estimated time: 2.5 hours
Difficult level: easy walking trail
Signs: signposts and information boards
Custodian of the path: The Slovenian Forestry Institute, Bled Area Unit T: (04) 531 5861
Guided tours: The Slovenian Forestry Institute, Bled Area Unit, T: (04) 531 5861
A pleasant, interactive walking trail follows the Sava river and its rich diversity.
On the slopes above the Lipnica valley the ruins of Lipnica Castle offer views across green hills to the Julian Alps.
A picturesque iron forging village beneath the Jelovica plateau with numerous water troughs and small bridges, which has earnt it the name 'Mini Venice'.
The Lipnica Valley inspires with its beautiful nature and heritage of ironworking in Kropa and Kamna Gorica.