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Poče - Porezen (steep path)

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Starting point: Poče (653 m)
Lat/Lon: 46,1537°N 13,9846°E
Destination: Porezen (1630 m)
Name of path: steep path
Time of walking: 2 h 30 min
Difficulty: easy marked way
Altitude difference: 977 m
Altitude difference po putu: 977 m
Map: Škofjeloško in Cerkljansko hribovje 1:50.000
Recommended equipment (summer):
Recommended equipment (winter): ice axe, crampons
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Access to the starting point:
a) From the regional road Idrija - Tolmin, at the village of Straža in the hamlet of Želin, turn right at the semaphore-controlled intersection in the route Cerkno (turn left if coming from the route Tolmin). Continue along the valley of the river Cerkno, past the Petrol station until you reach Cerkno, where at the crossroads behind the Church of St. Jernej (there is also a cemetery and a parking lot next to the church), turn left in the direction of Železniki, the ski resort Cerkno, the Franja Hospital and the centre of Cerkno. At the next marked crossroads, turn left in the direction of Zakojca and Gorje. Continue through Trebenče and past a large picnic area to a marked crossroads where you turn right towards Poče (left Gorje). After a short climb you reach the fire station at the beginning of Poče, where there is a bus turning point and the NOB (National Liberation) monument. The start of the footpath is a little further on in the centre of the village. There are some parking possibilities in the middle of the village, but you can ask the locals where you can leave your vehicle.
b) From the road Škofja Loka - Žiri, after the settlement Trebija turn right in the direction of Sovodnja and Cerkno (from the direction of Žiri turn left before Trebija), from where you first go to Sovodenj, and from there over the pass Kladje (the pass is located in the settlement Podlanišče) start descending towards Cerkno. At the first major crossroads in Cerkno, continue straight on (right to reach the point centre and St Anne's Church), and then at the second crossroads, about 300 m further on, turn right in the direction of Železniki, the Cerkno ski resort, Franja Hospital and the centre of Cerkno. Cerkno is the first major crossroads in Cerkno, and then turn right in the direction of Železniki, the Cerkno ski resort, Franja Hospital and the centre of Cerkno. At the next marked crossroads, turn left in the direction of Zakojca and Gorje. Continue through Trebenče and past a large picnic area to a marked crossroads where you turn right towards Poče (left Gorje). After a short climb you reach the fire station at the beginning of Poče, where there is a bus turning point and the NOB (Polish National Liberation) monument. The start of the footpath is a little further on in the centre of the village. There are some parking possibilities in the middle of the village, but you can ask the locals where you can leave your vehicle. c) From the road Škofja Loka - Podbrdo, at Zali Log, turn left in the direction of Davča and the ski resort Cerkno (if you are coming from Podbrdo or Soriška planina, turn right at the end of the settlement). The road ascends first to Davča and then starts descending towards Cerkno. In the centre of Cerkno, by the post office, turn right towards Zakojca and Gorje. Continue through Trebenče and past a large picnic area to a marked crossroads where you turn right towards Poče (left Gorje). After a short climb you reach the fire station at the beginning of Poče, where there is a bus turning point and the NOB (Polish National Liberation) monument. The start of the footpath is a little further on in the centre of the village. There are some parking possibilities in the middle of the village, but you can ask the locals where you can leave your vehicle.
Path description:
From the centre of Poč continue left towards Porezno (right Porezen over Labinjske lehe), where you first pass a few houses, then the asphalt ends and we continue on the macadam road. A little further on, the road approaches another house, and before the house (the trail branch is by the goat house) we continue left on the trail, which climbs through hay fields to a forest road a few minutes away. When you reach the road, follow it to the left, and we walk along it in the direction of Porezno. Occasionally we get a view of the Cerkljansko hills, and then we reach a small crossroads, from where we continue straight ahead on a footpath that continues between the two roads. After a short climb, we return to the right-hand side of the road, which is increasingly similar to the cart track (widening of cart track 2014). The way ahead leads us past a small waterfall, and then we arrive at a partially marked crossroads, where the signs for Porezen direct us sharp right (straight ahead Porezen - the layby path (no marked branch)).
From the crossroads, follow cart track for only a few more 10 steps, then the marked footpath continues left uphill. After a short climb, we approach the end of one of the cart track, and we continue on a relatively steep path through the forest. Higher up, the forest ends and the path splits into two parts. The officially marked trail is the right one, which leads us towards the viewing slope, and then, near the hunting observation point, it returns to the forest and turns sharp left (the turn-off is marked). There is a steep ascent to the left, and the above-mentioned path, which is slightly shorter but not officially marked, joins from the left. The trail continues to climb through woods, scrub and overgrown meadows, passing, among other things, the memorial. With occasional views of the foothills, you reach a place where the path to the hunting lodge at Šaš branches off to the right. After the crossroads, we soon have a beautiful view towards Porezn, and we just a little further on, we reach the saddle between Porezn on the left and the lesser-known Medrce peak on the right.
At the crossroads, the path over Labinjske lehe, the path from the Franja Hospital and the path from the vicinity of Davča join us from the right, and we continue to the left in the direction of Porezno. A little further on, the path from Poč joins us from the left, and a few steps further on there is another path from Davča (if you continue in the direction of Davča, you will quickly reach a road that will take you to the Dom na Porezen). The way forward continues along the only occasionally steeper, but increasingly scenic ridge of Porezna. With views of Kamnik Savinja Alps, Karawanks, the larger and larger part of Julian Alps and Škofjeloško and the Cerkljansko hills and the Trnovski gozd, you will reach the top without much difficulty, where there is a registration box, a monument to the National Liberation Front and a viewing platform.
From the top, you can descend in a few minutes to the nearby mountain lodge.
zemljovid puta - Porezen
We can extend the trip to the following destinations: Dom na Poreznu
We recommend: trips from the same starting point, similar trips, panorama, Inscription book
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