The Rača trail leads past the Church of St Andrej and invites you to discover the built, sacral and other heritage in the area west of Moravče and to experience the natural beauty of the unspoilt landscape, which has been shaped by man’s ingenuity.
The Rača is a stream in the Moravška valley that offers walkers many interesting encounters with nature. The world through which it flows belongs to the Moravška isolated karst, which offers most of the karst features in a small area. Here and there, underground streams mysteriously appear in a cave or as a karst spring on the surface. The limestone rocks hide countless fossil remains of marine animals from an unimaginably distant two hundred million years.
Rača was an important source of energy for the surrounding area, both near and far, as the remains of mills and sawmills remind us. The many wooden trestles along the way are true monuments to the respect for tradition and mute material witnesses to the knowledge and aesthetic values of the master carpenters.
The hour-and-a-half walk along the Rača learning and walking Trail offers plenty of opportunities for the elderly to reminisce and for young people to learn an interesting lesson in nature.