Tandem paragliding flights are organised by Julijana Turizem, located in the centre of Kranjska Gora. The agency also organises transport and escorts.
The extreme always makes an impression
1994 is a new trail with a very prestigious pedigree – Slovenian cross-country cycling competitors raced along a very similar route back in 1994, hence the name. The trail has been completely renovated and adapted to the needs of so-called “all-mountain” bikers.
The trail offers two ascents and descents and connects the beginning of the Drčev rut Trail Park with the already established Kinder Surprise trail. Signs lead bikers to the trail from the crossroads at Jasna Lake, where the trail climbs uphill before a short but fun descent to the Drčev rut clearing. This is followed by a second ascent and an easy ride to the next descent, which provides a fun ride to a chute climbing toward a dirt road. The road then ascends to the last descent called Kinder Surprise.
Official MTB trail. Kindersurprise is the perfect name for this trail, it has it all (single trail, jumps, berms…) Whole circle is 10 km long and it would take about 90min to go around / the ascent is long 1,5 km.
At the top, the trail is more about a natural single-flow trail with some nice jumps and berms. After that terrain becomes steeper and more difficult. The trail is still half of a meter wide and flowy with two steep berms. After this steep part, the trail becomes flatter and more like in bike parks, with big berms and jump lines (small jumps and bigger table jumps and one step up). It is possible to roll over all jumps if you don’t want to jump them. After this section obstacles become smaller berms and waves. After the trail, you will need to cross a small creek and then you start descending on a gravel road. Later on, this gravel road crosses the asphalt bike lane. To return to Kranjska Gora you must go left and follow the bike lane.
This is the first official mountain cycling trail that provides maximum enjoyment for the entire spectrum of mountain bikers. The climb itself is something special, as it constantly rewards us with the view of the Julian Alps. From the beginning, the trail takes us through the picturesque Stan valley, past Podkoren, and towards the Wurzen Pass. A little before that, turn right onto a forest road that leads us to a gentle incline on the south side of the western part of the Karavanke ridge. The time spent cycling passes quickly, thanks to the beautiful view of the Julian Alps opening behind Brvoge, where a television tower stands. Keep crossing the slope, corroded by gorges, and observe the grassy strips of the Kranjska Gora ski slopes climbing towards the peak of Mt Vitranc. Just before we reach the Jurež pasture, we take a left turn, which is only 10 minutes away from the start of the descent. The descent is simply pleasurable and enjoyable for experienced bikers as well as those who still find such routes challenging. As the name RobeTwist suggests, you will twist, lean, and bend along the path, slowly descending towards the pastures in Robe. On the entrance and the route itself, there are informative boards laying out the rules of conduct, and warning signs that will help you on your first descent. The trail ends at the Srnjak restaurant in Galerše, where you can enjoy some refreshments and share your experience with friends. The way back to Kranjska Gora follows a macadam road