Sabotin and its neighboring peaks are also of interest to cyclists. The trails are thus steep for the most part and scattered with traces from the First World War. Sabotin, Sveta Gora and Škabrijel are the three pock-marked mountains which sustained heavy shelling.
Five routes have been selected for you, of which three are loops. They will lead to interesting records and traces of the First World War. All of the routes are of medium to high difficulty. We recommend using a mountain bike.
From Podsabotin to Sabotin: Podsabotin - former guardhouse on Sabotin - descent back to Podsabotin (11 km, round-trip). A challenging route, steep and rocky in places.
From Gonjače to Sabotin: Gonjače - former guardhouse on Sabotin - Gonjače (15,2 km, both way). Of medium difficulty, gravel road, paved in parts.
Cross-border Sabotin loop route: Solkan - Kojsko - former guardhouse on Sabotin - Šmaver - Gorica - Solkan (25.5 km) or Solkan - Podsabotin - former guardhouse on Sabotin - Šmaver - Gorica - Solkan (19.8 km). The ascent from Podsabotin via the shortcut and the very steep descent towards Šmaver are especially challenging.
To Sveta Gora and Vodice: Solkan - Sveta Gora - Vodice - Grgar - Solkan (15,5 km). Of medium difficulty, lots of steep ascents.
To Škabrijel: Solkan - Prevala - Most - Ravnica - Vratca (ascent of Škabrijel) - Kromberk - Solkan (16 km). Medium difficulty, route follows a paved road. An hour-long ascent to Vratca, then on foot to Škabrijel (45 min. walk round-trip), then continuation by bike towards Kromberk.