All roads lead to Moravče
The route starts in the centre of Moravče, in front of the post office , which is located on the south-eastern side of the central square. Krožni trg Square, where you can also find the Church of St. Martin , is surrounded by market buildings and houses . You can park your car at the bus station to the west from the square. Take the asphalt road and go east. At the library turn left towards Sveti Mohor Hill, although the signpost for Limbarska gora points to the right S07]. You will go past the primary school and soon leave the settlement. The wavy landscape will really captivate and charm you , . After a short decent you will get to the village of Soteska pri Moravčah . You will soon see where it got its name from.
World upside down
The trip continues towards Vinje, past the bridge for the village of Serjuče , where we will return after we get back from Limbarska gora. Now you are going alongside the Drtijščica Stream . Its name tells us that its water is frequently torrential. It is unusual that the stream runs towards the hills, and not the opposite, like one would expect. If it was able to make its way among these hills, it is really something. The valley narrows sharply. One bridge is followed by another one. Facing the chapel is an abandoned mill . We have to say goodbye to the Drtijščica , although we are a bit curious about to where it had pushed its way through.
Shortcut to Negastrn
The road ahead of us virtually gets upright. The unusual name Negastrn could be described like this: "Don't go there, it's too steep." You climb an asphalt road, which bathes in the sun throughout the day. On the left is the Church of St. . Hermagoras . Midway the climb you are welcomed by a chapel and first houses. The year 1813 is written on the portal of one of the houses, which was reconstructed several times , while on the other side there are some masterfully made wooden ornaments . In the village turn to the plateau leading towards Spodnja Loka. There is a nice bee house at the end of the village . After the steep and short climb, you will be able to enjoy in a beautiful panorama .
Into the embrace of forest
At the saddle, turn onto the forest path . In the refuge of forest there will be no shortage of shade. At the next crossroads, keep to the forest path . You will walk along it for quite some time. The table at the abandoned sand quarry directs you to the mountain path towards Limbarska gora, while our route follows the forest path . At the white sign , you will go straight into the forest, where you will soon see and take the mountain path. In the middle of the meadow, which offers a nice view, the signpost shows that the path for Limbarska gora is on the left, but you go straight ahead and you will soon get to an asphalt road . The beautiful views invite you to make a stop . Imagine how it will be at the top? After a few turns you are welcomed by a western chapel .
Limbarska gora (elevation 773 metres) with the Church of St. Valentine is a hill with one of the most beautiful views in the wider Ljubljana area. From its top you can see the Kamnik Alps , the Zasavje Hills , and the Posavje Hills . Several hiking paths cross each other on Limbarska gora. The pilgrimage Church of St. Valentine has an outdoor altar , because the church was too small for all the pilgrims. The bell tower stands independently from the church . There is an inn by the church, a former shelter for pilgrims, where you can have a drink and some food.
Into the valley by E6
After the bell tower and the eastern chapel the road starts descending. The road is winding nicely into the distance, but you turn right at the first crossroads . The road surface will soon turn into macadam, and hairpin turns become more and more frequent . The road leads you to Limbarska Gora, a settlement which is today made of weekend homes with well kept gardens. A mighty linden tree is standing in the middle of the hamlet. After the hayrack turn right through the forest and across the meadow by the steep slope. It used to be a road there, which is not visible today. At the hayrack with the marking of the E6 footpath , you will get to the front yard of Gotar Homestead. From there you will descend by an asphalt road. After about 250 metres, when the road starts to descend steeply, turn right onto the macadam road . The signpost for Limbarska gora shows in the opposite direction. At the crossroads go left and descend by the marked E6 route (red circle with a yellow dot).
The descent by the rocky path leads you to Serjuče. Through the front yard of what once was a wealthy homestead you will get to an asphalt road by the chapel . Another unusual name for Slovenia, because it originates from Russian. Through the village you will descend to the already mentioned crossroads by the bridge . Take the same route to return to the centre of Moravče. Once you visit Limbarska gora, you will always go back.