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Karta Idrijca   Strug Climbing Wall
ABOUT THE PARK
NATURAL FEATURES WITHIN THE PARK
A STROLL THROUGH THE PARK
FROM IDRIJA TO THE LAKE DIVJE JEZERO
STRUG VALLEY (The Village of Idrijska Bela)

Strug Valley
Polish Railway from World War I
Strug climbing wall
Idrijska Bela

 
THE IDRIJCA RIVER from LAJŠT TO ITS SPRING
THE BELCA RIVER from LAJŠT TO ITS SPRING
THE EDGE OF TRNOVSKI GOZD
TOURISM AND RECREATION
 PROTECTIVE MEASURES
PHOTO GALLERY
USEFUL LINKS
 
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  Approximately half way towards Idrijska Bela, on the left side of the Idrijca river and somewhat above the river, one can come across the Strug climbing wall. The footbridge takes us across the water, and then following the path we ascend to the first walls.

The pathway is steep, but short, it takes about a 5 minute walk to get there. The walls are facing the southeast and reach up to approximately 50 m. An excellent limestone along with steep smooth plates disconnected by numerous roofs make this climbing wall something special. The most difficult route for free climbing is the Chamois route, although the Alpinists claim that the possibilities of finding new and even more difficult routes are infinite.

 
 
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