Slovinsko 2016

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Roklina v Tarvisiu

Čirou nale­ze­ný skry­tý poklad na ces­tě do Slo­vin­ska — kou­sek, vlast­ně ve měs­tě Tarvisio


Throu­gh the highway that leads to Fusi­ne in Valro­ma­na you get to Gre­e­nwo­od, a small hamlet of Tar­vi­sio. Here begins this very inte­res­ting rou­te for the natu­ral envi­ron­ment in which it is loca­ted. Via Bam­berg, near the new rai­lway stati­on, it takes the dirt road, going up sli­ght­ly in the spru­ce forest and pine, leads very quick­ly to the monu­ment to the Aus­tri­an fallen in the Napo­le­o­nic cam­paigns in Val­ca­na­le. The lat­ter is situa­ted on top of the small hill on the edge of over­han­ging rock walls deli­mi­ting the stre­am Sliz­za. From this point the trail descends at times ste­ep and with small hai­r­pin bends, along the woo­ded slo­pe until you reach the left bank of the Sliz­za, which in this area is a wide bend. The trail (equip­ped with com­for­table ste­ps, rai­lings and fen­ces) con­ti­nue left along the gor­ge that the river has car­ved in the cli­ffs over millen­nia. It goes up the right bank of the Sliz­za with agi­le and specta­cu­lar wal­kwa­ys built over­han­ging onto the water and allowing it to over­co­me the most expo­sed roc­ky are­as. Alrea­dy in this first secti­on you can admi­re the natu­ral beau­ty for­med by limes­to­ne rocks ero­ded by water, from the varied rich vege­tati­on of many sha­des and the waters of the stre­am, which here assu­me — from time to time with respect to the lighting con­di­ti­ons — a love­ly gre­en color. Over­co­me wal­kwa­ys descend gent­ly to the sho­re of the river and then you go up until you reach a tun­nel dug by hand at the time when it was built the first ver­si­on of this beau­ti­ful path (1874); over­co­me this, throu­gh a woo­den stai­r­ca­se, you reach a roc­ky out­crop on which the anci­ent buil­ders have erec­ted a sto­ne ste­le dedi­ca­ted to Count Karl Zin­ne­berg d’Ar­co. From this point you can admi­re the over­ly­ing iron rai­lway bridge of the old line Tar­vi­sio — Ljublja­na, now aban­do­ned for many years. The bridge, 63 meters high up to the sur­fa­ce of the water and along the same num­ber and that it is feasi­ble thanks to a pedestri­an wal­kway, is a mas­ter­pie­ce of engi­nee­ring who­se design and imple­men­tati­on date from around 1870. After the spur with the ste­le It descends on the sho­re, pas­sing within a lar­ge cave and then up throu­gh an iron and wood stai­r­ca­se on the path that con­ti­nu­es with other wal­kwa­ys. Once these begins the sim­ple lift of the woo­ded slo­pe with ste­ps and hai­r­pins. During the ascent you reach the bel­ve­de­re, from whe­re you can admi­re the water­fall by jum­ping into the river Moli­no makes Sliz­za with a jump of almost 18 meters. Con­ti­nuing the climb insi­de the spru­ce and beech forest is reco­ve­red in a short time Bam­berg Street, the star­ting point.

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