From Škofljica to Mah
The route begins in Škofljica. You can park your car in the centre of Škofljica. Turn towards the Marshes at the main crossroads. Cross the railway line and turn right at Žagarska Street. Walk some hundreds of metres along the railway line , , then cross it and turn left, straight towards the Marshes . There is the solitary hill Babna gorica on the right. The asphalt becomes macadam at the last houses, and you continue between the marshy meadows and fields . Walk across Mah (moss), as the area is called by the locals, which is denoted by the damp character of the Marshes. Continue past individual patches of the forest where the path, in accordance with land allotment, winds a little, then you'll reach the crossroads where five paths meet.
This crossroads is an important historical point. An informational board about the life of the crannog dwellers and crannogs is located there. The remains of their settlement were found in this area , . Even the fallow name - Kolišče (Crannog) - suits the site of the findings. Ostrorogi jelen (Sharp-Horned Red Deer) may have roamed here when he visited Jezerna roža (Lake Flower), as author Janez Jalen describes in his novel Bobri (Beavers). You can think about the crannog dwellers during your walk, drink water from the nearby spring or rest on a bench, and then move on, along the path on the extreme left.
The Dremavščica Stream
The road Ig–Škofljica crosses the path. Carefully cross the road; then proceed in the same direction, along the interestingly named stream – the Dremavščica. The Dremavščica Stream is regulated in this part of the riverbed which can be seen in the old maps and orthophotos, but not entirely. The road starts winding soon. Turn left to a cart track, then turn back right and continue to walk in the same direction . The cart track ends in a macadam road which leads from Pijava Gorica towards north, at the foot of Pijava gorica solitary hill . Turn left at the crossroads and continue through the birch-lined alley, along the heavily beaten old asphalt road which joins the Ig-Škofljica road, which you've already crossed today.
Back to the starting point
Walk along the road for approximately 30 metres, then turn left, to a short and new section of the road with pavement, and then turn left again to the macadam path . It runs some hundreds of metres ahead towards northwest; however, you'll turn right at the crossroads towards north. You're again at Žagarska Street where the starting point of the route is located .