It is not known who chose the name of the route, which is not in accordance with the correct use of the Slovenian language. But the name apparently stuck, and more than that. More than 7000 visitor entries are recorded each year in a book located at the end of the trail on the forested hill that bears the geographical name of Sveti večer (Holy Evening). The trail starts at the end of Na Roje street, then continues along a path across the meadow to the forest. There is a fenced pasture on our right. Shortly after entering the forest, we see an oval plaque attached to a tree with the inscription Lušna trail. Keep to the wide forest road, which leads past a hardly visible drinking water well below. Continue along the path and uphill for another kilometre or so. The path to Sveti večer is not marked with mountain signs, but there is little chance of getting lost if you stick to the wide and well-trodden paths. At all the important crossroads there is a distinctive oval plaque attached to a tree. From the end of Na Roje street to Sveti Večer is about a 40-45 minute walk, suitable for all ages.
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