The starting point is in Slovenj Gradec and after 25 kilometres it ends at the starting point. The path is diverse, attractive and suitable for all types of cyclists.
The sights along the trail:
The farming village Podgorje. There you can visit the oldest turbine in Slovenia, built already 100 years ago and back then it supplied nine households with electricity.
Šmiklavž, the crossroad of picturesque valleys, formed by the streams Janina, Burčnica, Kolarnica and Stihovec.
Dobrajska vas lies at the edge of Mislinjska dobrava forest.
Turiška vas is the only village in Mislinja valley that does not have a church.
Marovšek’s double hayrack.
Tomaška vas is a picturesque village, where you can visit the Church of St. Thomas, and it lies 500 metres from Turiška vas. In the direct closeness there is Herčeva saw and mill as well as Černivnik’s double and single hayrack.
Šmartno pri Slovenj Gradcu is the centre of this part of Mislinja valley and there you can visit a very beautiful church, the Church of St. Martin.
The Church of St. George, at Legen, is also an interesting point. The local people found significant archeological finds next to this church in 1993, which are now exhibited underneath a glass floor in the church. The foundation of the church with apse is an unique find in Slovenia.
There is also the inn Plesnik, a tourist farm, with an excellent choice of home cooking.