Zelenica is located in the left side of the former boundary frontier Ljubelj. You can leave car in the larger parking place under the lower station of the ski slope Zelenica. At weekends it can be crowded, so it is better if you come in the early morning hours. The ski centre Zelenica attracts many visitors, because the ski lines are good for experienced skiers and also for the ones who are just beginners. It represents the central point for the downhill ski from Vrtaca, Stol, Begunjscica and Suho rusevje. In Zelenica they also have ski school, where you can learn to ski in Alpine style or snowboarding. It is provided for refreshment and rest, because there are open two huts, Hut Vrtaca in the medium station of the ski chair lift and the mountain hut in the peak of the Zelenica. The ski slope has two ski chair lift and three ski lift. The prices for the tickets are among the lowest in the Slovenian ski slopes. Zelenica is in the summer time the starting point for numerous longer and shorter mountain trips and tours. Already in the last turning of the road, which goes to the frontier Ljubelj, there are branches to the Alpine meadow Korosica. The road to the summit of the Zelenica lasts about one hour and half. There is the Mountain hut in Zelenica, which was entirely destroyed by fire in the year 1999 and is now gradually renovated. Zelenica is the transitional post to Begunjscica (two hours and half), Vrtaca (two hours), Stol (three hours and half) and only 15 minutes to Hut by the spring of Zavrsnica. Born’s path is a path which starts to the mountain Preval in the southern part of the Begunjscica. It is the picturesque way through the stony tunnels, which was made by baron Born, so he could have the access to his hunting field. Because it is rather dark there, it is recommended that you have a lamp. At the right side of the former frontier Ljubelj goes the macadam road to the mountain pass Ljubelj, which is in the winter time also the toboggan ride. The pass is known as one of the oldest passes in the Europe, which was already used in the Roman times.