The Klevevž Nordic trail is the most diverse route, leading us to the idyllic gorge of the Radulja stream, known for its loud rapids and the "singing waterfall". The ruins of the former Klevevž castle hide two Klevevž caves. At the Klevevž thermal spring, which flows out of the ground at a temperature of 25 °C, you can refresh yourself in a small rocky pool. The best time to see the singing waterfalls is in winter, when they are encased in ice. If you decide to ride the trail with a mountain bike, you will need to carry the bike over the last 200 m before the Klevevž gorge, but you can also ride on to Klevevž, as indicated on the route card by a broken line.
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