Logar Valley is located in the centre of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. It is considered for one of the moste beautiful glacial valleys in Europe. Logar Valley was created in the last Ice Age. The Logarska dolina Valley was already inhabited in the 13th century, but the road was built only in 1930. Logar Valley is 7 km long and it is divided into three parts, which are lower grassy Log, middle woody Plest and upper part Kot. Above Kot raises the glacial basin Okreselj. The Logarska dolina Walking Trail is a natural and ethnographic trail, which has many information boards. Natural attractions in the Logar Valley are the Rinka Waterfall, the Palenk Waterfall, the Rastovski skok falls, Logar's Linden, Plesnik's elm, the Okreselj basin, the second source of the Savinja river and other. The Rinka Waterfall is 90-metre high, it is the highest single and unbroken waterfall in Slovenia. Logar's Linden stands about 300 metres from the Logar farmstead on the left side of the road and it is a symbol view of the Logar Valley. Cultural attractions in the Logar Valley are the Podbreznik chapel, the Chapel of Christ the King, a lumberjack's hut, a spiritual retreat known as the Logar Sister's Hotel and other. The Logar Valley is a starting point for many hiking tours to the peaks of the Alps. Because of the many natural beauties the Logar Valley was proclaimed as a regional park in 1987. From the Logar Valley we can visit the neighbourhood glacier valleys, which are named Matkov and Robanov kot.