The road leading from Spodnja Idrija to Ledine Plateau is steep and picturesque; it connects the Idrija and Poljane valleys.
The area of Ledine is also a watershed: on the one side, the Idrijca River and its tributaries flow into the Soča River, emptying into the Adriatic Sea; on the other, waters from the Ledine Plateau run to the Žirovnica River, into the Sovra, Sava, and Danube rivers, emptying into the Black Sea.
Due to its Karst nature, the surface of the Ledine Plateau hides a richness of fossils, as well as numerous caves, abysses, and sinkholes. The vast plateau offers hikes to Sivka (1008 m) or Gradišče (998 m).
In the past, people used to live in harmony with nature. Old traditions have been carefully preserved until today: here, you can see a valuable collection of farming equipment, or visit the traditional event of harvesting rye. The two local caterers will welcome you with open hands and offer you home-made and local dishes.