The Udin boršt is a large and mysterious forest beneath the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. It grows on one of the oldest glacier terraces in the Ljubljana basin, between Kranj, Tržič, and Naklo. The dense vegetation, tall conifers, and bushy treetops grow on karst terrain with many sinkholes, swallow holes and caves with real dripstones. One of them is the Adraš hole, where the local population was hiding from invading Turks. In the Udin boršt memorial park you can experience adventures and hear legends about the rokovnjači, robbers and beggars from the 18th century that left their mark on this place. There are nice bike paths and hiking trails through the forest.
Location: Kokrica pri Kranju (Google Maps)