Cerov Log (Slovenia), Sunday 9 June 2013
Around 100 runners completed last year's Tek na Gorjance, an uphill running race through dense forests in a remote location in Slovenia's Dolenjska region.
The route is 6.2km long. It features a moderate elevation gain of 430m.
The start is at a small bridge across the River Pendirjevka, deep in the forest, about 4km south of the village of Cerov Log and 20km from the town of Novo Mesto.
Participants run on gravel roads up the Gorjanci (Croatian: ‘Žumberak’), a hill range on the Slovenia-Croatia border, popular for its lush vegetation and its many springs and clear streams.
The finishing line is at the church of Sveti Miklavž which stands at an elevation of 964m on top of a hill.
In 2012, the fastest finishers were Toni Habjan (27:21) and Nataša Aljančič (33:45).
Follow the signs to ‘Dom pri Miklavžu’.
Venue (Map): Cerov Log (20km from Novo Mesto, 69km from Zagreb, 85km from Ljubljana)
Date: 9 June 2013 (Sunday)
Race distance: 6.2km (+430m); children 300m/500m/1000m
Start time: 10.00 (6.2km); 11.15-11.35 (children)
Start: at the bridge across the River Pendirjevka, ca. 4km south of Cerov Log (past the quarry)
Finish: Miklavž (964m)
Entries: on the day at the start
Entry fees (6.2km): €10
Entry fees (children's races): €5
You get: a souvenir gift; a meal and drinks after the race
Prizes: trophies to the first man and woman
Number of finishers 2012: 95 (6.2km), 24 children
Event website (in Slovene): www.drustvo-marathon.si
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