M1 - Ojstrica

ALL TOURS      ROAD CYCLING      GRAVEL BIKING      MOUNTAIN BIKING      FAMILY CYCLING      

Ojstrica
Presedle
We follow white and blue cycling signs (STKP)
Climb towards Presedle
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Ojstrica
Scenic views of Lower Savinja Valley
Past Planinski dom Vrhe Hut
Climbing wall
View of Lower Savinja Valley
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View of Savinja Valley
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Descent
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Circular route through the Count's wine valley

Side asphalt roads lead us through Tabor towards Loke where we start our climb on gravel road past the old Ojstrica Castle ruins. We follow white and blue cycling signs (STKP) and continue cycling around Krvavica. From Vrhe we descend towards Podmeja, but shortly after we turn left towards Miklavž nad Taborom. Final descent on the asphalt road with a view of Kamnik-Savinja Alps leads you to Lisjak Pond and all the way back to Tabor and Hotel Grof.

Sights

Itinerary: Tabor - Loke - Vrhe - St. Nicholas' Church - Lisjak Pond - Tabor
Length: 32 km
Elevation gain: 740 m
Time: 3 h
Terrain: Hills
Surface type: 19 km asphalt, 12 km gravel road, 1 km forest cart track
Suitable for mountain bikers
Difficulty level: Normal
Maximum incline: 15 %

Free cycling maps are available at Hotel Grof and you can also load gpx on you navigation device free of charge at the hotel Reception.

Criteria of the difficulty level of cycling routes

 Criteria for family cycling

Easy

You are a family with small children who can already cycle on their own. You cycle mostly on a plain with short gentle inclines.

Normal

You are a family with young children, who cycle on diverse terrain with small climbs and descents.

 Criteria for road cycling

Easy

You are in a poor shape and cycle up to twice a week. You cycle on slightly diverse terrain with smaller climbs and descents.

Normal

You are in a moderate shape and exercise more than 3x weekly. You cycle on hilly terrain with medium length climbs and descents.

Hard

You are in a good shape and exercise regularly. You cycle on a hilly terrain and can spend multiple hours on a bicycle.

Expert

You are in an excellent shape and spend a lot of time exercising. You cycle on a hilly terrain with steep inclines and descents.

 Criteria for mountain cycling

Easy

You are in a poor shape and cycle up to twice a week. You cycle on slightly diverse terrain with smaller climbs and descents.

Normal

You are in a moderate shape and exercise more than 3x weekly. You cycle on hilly terrain with medium length climbs and descents.

Hard

You are in a good shape and exercise regularly. You cycle on a hilly terrain and can spend multiple hours on a bicycle.

Expert

You are in an excellent shape and spend a lot of time exercising. You cycle on a hilly terrain with steep inclines and descents.