A pleasant, interactive walking trail follows the Sava river and its rich diversity.
Discover the banks of Slovenia's longest river by walking this path at the confluence of the Sava Dolinka and Sava Bohinjka rivers. Walking along tracks and old fishing paths you will discover the banks of the Sava river, its fish and the area's geological and geographical characteristics. The Sava River Trail runs from the Fux footbridge (Fuxova brv) to the Šobec wetlands. It can also be combined with other local walking paths to make a circular route.
The theme trail can also be combined with a walk on the Lipnica Castle Natural Science Trail and can be made into a circular route by following one of the existing local walking trails.
Start and end point: The Fux footbridge (Fuxova brv) or the Šobec campsite
Difficulty level: easy walking trail
Signs: signposts and information boards
Custodian of the path: The Radovljica Fishing Club
Written by Adele Gray, january 2018
Though, in truth, I will never be a lover of winter and snow, since moving to Slovenia in 2007 I have learnt that in winter in the area where I live – Radovljica, in the northwest i.e. the alpine area - snow is a fact of life and, to some extent, have learnt to embrace it!
written by Rebecca Svetina, January 2019
I quite enjoy the start of the new year in my (now) hometown of Radovljica. The hype of the holidays has faded and we can enjoy the frost-kissed landscape and snow capped mountains, which makes the fairytale town of Radovljica even more idyllic.