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Karta Idrijca   The Polish Railway From WWI
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
 
DEITSLEN  
 
 
 
  Strug, as the locals tend to call the valley of Idrijca stretching from the lake Divje jezero or rather from the Koliba dam to the village of Idrijska Bela, is a picturesque valley which has been carved out by the the Idrijca river over the period of a thousand years.

The narrow road runs right next to the water and offers a beautiful view of the river and its pools. Staying on the left side of the valley, we can embark on a footpath leading to Idrijska Bela. This path ascends slightly over the riverbed, but it none the less it proves to be very intriguing. There are also numerous footbridges above the river that connect both riverbanks. The latter are very steep and mostly overgrown with luxurious forest.  

 
 
  • Fotografija