To the north, the edge of the Karavanke mountains, to the south the Julian Alps. To the east Jesenice, and to the west the watershed of Sava and Zilja rivers.
Fresh summers, cold winters. Vast forests of coniferous trees and larches, and mountain pines above the tree line. Chamoise, deer and rabbits among the wild animals can be found here, and grouse and birds of prey among mountain birds.
The Upper Sava Valley is full of ethnographic jewels, as well as modern adrenaline sports. Quiet and secluded on one hand, home to vibrant social events on the other.
The Upper Sava Valley has always been and will always be a treasure for which you have to take time and see it from all sides, in all seasons and with all its adventures.
For a start, obtain the map of the Upper Sava Valley at the Kranjska Gora Tourist Information Centre.