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Mala Mojstrovka (2332 m, Δ=720 m, 4 hours)
Nad Šitom Glava (2087 m, Δ=480 m, 3 hours)
Javorniki Ridge from Rakov Škocjan (33.8 km, Δ=840 m)
If you love biking on gravel roads through beech forests (autumn colors could be beautiful), the Javorniki ridge might be just what you'’re looking for.
For everyone else: the ascent is pretty steep, and there are no views. Try Slivnica.
From Predjama to Stara Pošta on Hrušica (22 km, Δ=420 m)
Exploring Karst: Pliskovica – Tupelče (18.5 km, Δ=260 m)
Ermanovec from Trebija (15.3 km, Δ=530 m)
From Krnica toward Pokljuka (1100 m, Δ=480 m, 3.5 hours)
Pokljuka Gorge (773 m, Δ=180 m, 2 hours)
Debeli Vrh (Fat Peak) (1959 m, Δ=760 m, 4.5 hours)
Abram (Nanos) from Vrhpolje (22.9 km, Δ=830 m)
North Face of Debela Peč (2008 m, Δ=800 m, 6 hours)
Climbing above Vršič Pass (2087 m)
Zadlog from Wild Lake (22.4 km, Δ=450 m)
Vojsko from Čekovnik (24.1 km, Δ=640 m)
Zakojca from Idrijca Valley (24.8 km, Δ=640 m)
Slivnica (on a Bike) (23.4 km, Δ=580 m)
Planinska Gora (on a Bike) (12.1 km, Δ=450 m)
While hiking towards Saint Mary'’s church on Planinska Gora, I thought to myself: “this should be doable on a bike.”
A few months later, I decided to test that hypothesis (TL&DR: barely) and found an unexpected dirt trail.