Lansko leto sva se za vikend oddih odpravila na bližnje avstrijsko jezerce – Faaker see. Ker nisem imela časa za objavo na blogu, je sedaj čas le za obujanje spominov preko fotografij. Ne bom pozabila čudovitih razgledov, poti bosonožcev, zagrajenih privat plaž (kar nam, Slovencem, ni najbolj poznano :)), lepih gozdov in pomankanja časa, da bi oblezla vse okoliške ferate in hribe. Foto utrinki spodaj. Super vikend družinski izlet! Tudi z otroki se da videti marsikaj, od gore Opic (Affenberg) do poti bosonožcev, ki jo vodi pravljica o zmaju ipd.
Last year we went on a weekend trip in Austria. Their Faaker See is near and very beautiful. We didn’t have time to wright a blog so this is just some memories in photos. I won’t forget breathtaking views, The barefoot road in forest, private beaches with no access for tourists, nice forests and the lack of time to visit and climbing all the mountains around the lake. You can see few photos bellow – it can be a great family getaway, there is plenty things to do with children – from Monkey mountain (affenberg) to barefoot road in the forest (the red line of the road is a fairy tale about a dragon) etc. Enjoy!😉
We have a lot of small hills in Slovenia, just right for the afternoon hike – around hour or so. I had already written about “Sv. Primoz nad Kamnikom” and “Stari grad nad Kamnikom,” and now I am adding some photos of “Jošt nad Kranjem”.
The hill is 847 m high, on the top you can find a church build in baroque style. We started walking in a village called “Pševo.” The path to the top is called “Sodarjeva pot/path.”
The trip is appropriate for families and small kids too. Very nice path and wievs!
It is great “the end of work day” hike – it’s short, sweet and not too hard. 😉 It starts in Kamnik – with the view of “Mali grad” or in English: Small castle. 🙂
The path is nice, with a litlle bit of magic aside:
First stop can be “Stari grad” or in English. “Old castle.” There are remains of an old castle and you can order a drink too.
15 minutes more of brisk walk and you can see the whole city of Kamnik from “Špica”. 🙂
I hope you find the time today for a hike, exploring something new or just have fun in any way you like. Nice weekend y’all! 😉
Yesterday morning we went for a hike, here in Slovenia. 🙂 Mount St. Ursula or in Slovene: Uršlja gora. The mountain is 1699 meters high and there are several paths that leads to the top, to the gothic church called St. Ursula (the highest laying curch in Slovenia). The mountain lies between the towns of Slovenj Gradec and Črna na Koroškem.
The trail is not hard to walk – you have harder and easier ones. We went up from “Naravske ledine” this time and it is an hour and a half to the top if you walk slowly. We were on top in 55 minutes. 🙂
The view is amazing, the weather was fantastic and the smell of spring in the air! I love hikers, they are all so friendly, optimistic, nice and they always wear a smile! 😉