Hint by Triglav National park: St. Peter’s church – magnificent views of magnificent nature
Areas that form part of the Natura 2000 network are the basis of nature protection in the European Union. More than a third of Slovenia’s territory (37%) is designated under Natura 2000, and a surprisingly large part of this nature’s treasure can be admired from the panoramic hill known as St. Peter’s (Sveti Peter). The views from the hill stretch over the densely-wooded Jelovica plateau, the Julian Alps, Triglav National Park, and most of the Karavanke mountain range and the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. The reason why so much of this territory is protected under Natura 2000 lies in the centuries’ old presence of man and his love of nature that is intricately interwoven in the natural environment.
The entire stage area has phone reception, there are several bars and inns along the trail.
Ljubljana – Jesenice – exit Jesenice – Lipce
Several car parks near the railway station in Jesenice.
Car park in front of the TIC in Begunje.