The Ženček hill near Sekirica is known for the best (school) terrain in Slovenia in terms of parachuting and hang-gliding. It is suitable for beginners and experienced pilots alike. The altitude is 40 metres and wind S-SW-W. It is open from October to 1 May. Before parachuters, it was hang-gliders that first descended from Ženček. The first hang-glider, which was owned by a person from Logatec in the time of former Yugoslavia, was lifted into the heights from Ženček in 1979. The same person also made a balloon by sewing a sack used for concrete that actually flew.
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GPS Northing (N) : 45,9125
GPS Easting (E) : 14,2153