The entire Dramlje hiking trail is 22 km long (6 hours of moderate walking), of which 8.5 km runs along the path of the legendary “Fourteenth Division”. The marked path leads from the Dramlje Primary School, past the birth house of Milan Zidanšek in Straža na Gori, by the Majger-Kožuh homestead, through Zgornje and Stare Slemene, by the Kumšek homestead, to the Charterhouse Žiče, across the valley of St. John to the church in Špitalič, where it turns right to Grušce by the Jankar homestead.
At Charterhouse Žiče, you can choose the second version of the path. At the oldest guest house in Slovenia (Gastuž), turn towards the south in the direction towards Dramlje to the top of the hill. At the house no. 15 in Stare Slemene, turn left up the hill, and enjoy the beautiful view of Dramlje and the entire eastern part of the Celje basin. The path along the watershed divide between the Sava and Drava rivers leads to Grušce. The path continues to Uršula, to the Alpine Post where the hike ends.
Alpine Post on Uršula
The Sacristan's House, which was transformed into an Alpine Post, is a cultural monument preserving the former appearance of the rural architectural heritage. Inside, there is a farmer’s room with a bread oven, black kitchen and a cellar with a press with a beam and stone.
The traditional hike along the Dramlje mountain path is organised every year in February.