A walk in Robanov Kot

by David Robertson ~ 08-Nov-2009 ~ updated 13-Aug-2010

Walk 38 – a walk in Robanov Kot, near Luče, from a Walking Guide to Slovenia.

Robanov Kot

Robanov Kot

The valley of Robanov Kot lies off the Upper Savinja Valley and is often bypassed by visitors eager to reach the neighbouring Logarska Dolina. The lack of a road means it is accessible to walkers only and, as a result, is a peaceful spot in which to while away a few hours. The towering peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps are a perfect backdrop.

Start/Finish – Robanov Kot

Wayside shrine near the entrance to Robanov Kot

Wayside shrine near the entrance to Robanov Kot

Distance – 9km/5.6miles

Height gain – approx 220m

Time – 1h50min

Grade – easy; on well-surfaced tracks

Recommended map – is the 1:50 000 Kamniško-Savinjske Alpe map, published by PZS

Equipment – Walking shoes. See our clothing and walking equipment page for more recommendations.

Refreshments on route – available at Govc-Uršnik and, in season, at Robanova Planina.

Updates to the 2010, 3rd EditionThere are no updates.

Public transport – There is a regular bus service from Luče to the entrance of Robaonov Kot, which is 750m from the start of the walk.

Nearest Towns/Villages – Accommodation is a little limited in Luče. It has no hotels, but several Tourist Farms offer accommodation and there is a small campsite, with excellent facilities, just to the north of the village. Solčava has even less choice but in Logarska Dolina you will find hotels and Tourist Farms. The Govc-Vršnik Tourist Farm in Robanov Kot offers accommodation. See the Luče Tourist Information Centre and Logarska Dolina websites for more details.

Govc farm in Robanov Kot

Govc farm in Robanov Kot

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