Interpretive trails

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Interpretive trails give an opportunity to learn more about natural phenomena, plants and animals, and traditional artisan crafts, in a relaxed manner. There are more than a hundred different interpretive trails organised in Slovenia, mostly running through forests. Many are in landscape parks, regional parks and forest reserves. All interpretive trails are equipped with information boards, and are thus generally aimed at hikers who want something more from their trip into the wild. Interpretive trails are accessible and undemanding. They can generally be walked in two hours, but some are longer.

By prior telephone arrangement you can get a guide for many of the interpretive trails. Along the trail you can learn important historical and geographical facts.

Most of the forest interpretive trails are managed by the Forest Service of Slovenia, and some by the Mountaineering Association of Slovenia and by local tourist organisations.
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