Travel Guide Slovenia Mountain biking trails

Mountain biking trails in Slovenia

In total there are about 324 mountain biking trails for you to discover within the region of Slovenia. To get a first glimpse of what’s awaiting outdoor enthusiasts like you in Slovenia, we created a short highlight list:
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Discover the best mountain biking trails in Slovenia

Mountain Biking Planina Zajamniki

Cycling Tour to Uskovnica, Past Zajamniki Pasture to Goreljek

A cycling tour across wonderful Bohinj pastures for all who are in good physical condition.

CLOSED FOR THE YEARS 2019 & 2020 due to a massive landslide! Mountain Bike Tour 3 through 3 countries

This tour is closed due to a massive land slide in Slovenia until further notice!

Shepherd's Trail

A short and demanding trail will award you with visiting the Rčitno pasture. Return along the same road through the magnificent forest and after the steep climb you will be awarded with a great descend.

Cycling to Mt. Matajur (1642 m)

This tour to a wonderful sightseeing hill above the Soča Valley never disappoints and is appropriate for well-prepared cyclists. Because it is technically undemanding it is also appropriate for less experiences cyclists.

Standing on pedals

A short cycling tour that overcomes quite a few metres in altitude. You will admire the beauties of Lake Bled, picturesque villages and the magnificent views of the Karavanke mountain range.

The Challenge of Karavanke

A cycling tour that will take you under the highest peak of the Karavanke mountain range. The tour is suitable for cyclists who want to admire the picturesque landscape during cycling and are not afraid of longer ascents.

Cycling to the Zaprikraj Mountain pasture

A historical trip to outdoor museums located on the Zaprikraj Mountain pasture with splendid views of the Krn Mountain range.

Cycling on the Pokljuka

This cycling tour takes you mostly along stone roads on the Pokljuka plateau which is surrounded by forest.

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