SLO 100: Krpan - 100 miles
ElevationAscent: 24,575' 7,490 m
Descent: -24,576' -7,491 m
High: 5,801' 1,768 m
Low: 1,291' 393 m
GradeAvg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 101% (45°)
Popular runs nearby
SLO 100: Erazem - 100 km
66.7 mi 107.4 km • Loop • 14,656 ft Ascent 4467.22 m Ascent
SLO 100: Jakob - 50 km
31.7 mi 51.0 km • Loop • 6,786 ft Ascent 2068.35 m Ascent
SLO 100: Proteus - 25 km
14.2 mi 22.8 km • Point to Point • 3,069 ft Ascent 935.39 m Ascent
Navigate on-trail with our free app
“This is a 100 mile race on the SLO Trail.”— Jure Ličen
Featured Race - Oct 4, 2019
With 100 mile length and a 24,146 feet (7360 meter) gain of elevation, this trail run is demanding, but still worth it for all the views from Snežnik, Vremščica, Nanos, where you can see from the alps to the Adriatic sea. Some ascents and descents are steep, while others are much easier.
Overall this is a run not to be missed.
You run along some plains then the second hill begins on Slivnica (3,655 feet, 1,114 meters). Head along Bloke plateau with many ups and downs and reach the Križna gora (2,870 feet, 875 meters). From there, you can see your path behind and continue through the forest to the highest peak, Veliki Snežnik (5,892 feet, 1,796 meters). The views here stretch all the way to the Adriatic Sea.
From Veliki Snežnik, you'll descend and then climb shortly, before continuing on through forests, villages, and unforgettable paths up to the Vremščica (3369 feet, 1027 meters). Reaching the town of Razdrto, you'll began to climb to Nanos ( 4,068 feet, 1,240 meters). From here, the trail slowly begins to approach the finish.
From Nanos, you can see to the left the path you need to conquer before the finish. The descent is nothing but fun for every trail runner. Slowly, when we reach the last peak, Lovrenc (3,343 feet, 1,019 meters), the end of the journey is near; there is just a small downhill and before you can say SLO100 100 MILES, you have reached our goal, Pivka jama.
Run this trail?
We need help with the following missing trail information:
Flora & Fauna
Is something wrong? Let us know. Have photos to share? Help fellow runners know what's here.