The starting point is the Laze train station , . Information board with basic data about the route is at the car park . The set out is on the asphalt road towards a level crossing. Before the crossing, turn left to the marked Badjur circular route (B. K. P. marking) through Laze towards Janče . As the path slowly ascents above Laze, turn right to the macadam road. 150 metres later the road turns right and an interesting chapel is in sight . There is a bench by the small stream. Last preparations can be carried out there, for the harsh ascent awaits. The stream is passable via the iron semicircular bridge and the path literally 'stands up'. A panoramic view of Sava Plain, Dol pri Ljubljani and neighbouring villages opens while looking back.
Shortcut to heaven
The path is very steep , so the legs are working really hard. It is vital to be cautious due slippery ground. The ascent goes up the marked path. How steep are the Zasavje Hills? The road leads past the courtyard's entrance where a greeting to all the vagabonds hangs on a wooden wheel. A little further, the path turns right to a cart track no longer so steep . You soon ascend 200 metres high. Even the air is thinner the evil tongues would say. Power lines can be seen in the distance. Suddenly, a homestead appears in front you. It can be bypassed on the left side and the path continues on the wide macadam road. The ascent to Jernač Homestead and Lipavčev grič Hill is very quick and you are already 550 metres high. The ascent is no longer tough from here on. Now enjoy the hike.
The hike continues on the macadam road that mostly runs along the ridge. Occasionally, a view on the Posavje Hills opens up on the left , on the Ljubljana Basin on the right, and if the weather is nice, on the Kamnik-Savinja Alps as well. Individual farms can be seen along the road and a chat with their owners is also possible. The road leads downhill sometimes, but a short steep section usually follows the descent. A break for a snack is possible at an arranged rest station. Asphalt starts at one of the crossroads, but the route continues along the macadam . At 740 metres, the road connects to Sadna cesta road between Javorje and Janče , including the turn for Topolovčar Farm 500 metres away. Moving on to Janče. At the crossroads, only a stone's throw below the settlement, take the asphalt road past the church and cemetery. A mountain hut , with refreshments awaits on the right.
A beautiful view of Slovenian mountains and hills opens up from Janče (794 m) , , . In Janče, the route crosses with several other mountain paths and Besnica regional footpath. Descending begins at the mountain hut towards the main road, where you take a left turn to a marked path in direction of Gostince before triangular crossroads.
Downhill to Seten brdo and Konjski graben
Right below the village, the route goes past the sports ground. The descend continues along its right side. The mountain path runs along a ditch. 300 metres later, a cart track begins and the descend continues down the ridge . There is a kilometre from the chestnut wood to Seten brdo which is 615 metres high . The path is no longer marked. The cart track turns sharply right, however, continue along the forest road up the ridge. After 50 metres, the road starts to descend steeply. After half a kilometre, the forest road turns left from the ridge into the valley and the steep descend continues down the narrow ridge path across a slope, densely overgrown with heather and blueberries . Continue the descent in the dark Konjski graben valley , where numerous smaller streams coalesce. The path continues along a small stream that has to be crossed several times. In rainy months, the path can get muddy in some places.
The macadam road replaces the forest road which leads past many clearings on the left, where you can take a break at the arranged rest stations. Walking downhill, the road turns right to Kramar Hill, but follow the stream downhill and to the hayrack situated on the left. The hayrack is neat, with tables and benches underneath, intended for bigger picnics in the nature. There is a smaller playground beside it. The road goes down along the stream.
The main road by the Sava River
In Gostinca , cross the railway track via underpass and proceed further right on the main road towards the starting point. The road is not full of traffic, but it is worth being careful due to the lack of pavement. The Sava River can be seen on the left , including its plain with fields and meadows. Asphalt road brings you back to the train station in Laze where the route started.