Hello, this is my first RR. In september 2009 a friend of mine (Bernd) on a R1200GS and myelf on my 990 ADV did a 3 day trip to Slovenia. First day we started in Austria and drove via Trieben, Hirschegger Sattel, Pack, Paulitsch Sattel, to Skofia Loka. Hirschegger Sattel: Paulitsch Sattel: Border to Slovenia: Down the Paulitsch and out of the valley: Pension outside of Skofia Loka: http://www.tourist-farm-marko.com/ The pension is run by a very friendly farmer family, they speak slovenian, italian, english and german language. We had single bedroom plus breakfast and dinner for 40 a night. So there was no menu to choose from, they had only one dish (changing every day) of slovenian food, it was excellent and the portion was bigger then we could eat. After we finished (soup, salad and main course) the lady asked us if we had enough or if we want more, we were stuffed. :dgThen she came out with the desert and her husband came with some homemade slivovitz. Everything was perfect. Day 2: We wanted to ride to Novo Gorica, but with all the twisted roads we just enjoyed the curves and did not look to the map so we ended up lost in a dead end valley and had to go same way back, but it was a fun road. Time for some lunch: Somehow we managed to get to Tolmin and then hit some gavel roads in the area of Tolmin, Idrija and Novo Gorica. Wondefull smal twisted roads and stunning landscape. After a espresso in Idrija we drove back to the pension in Skofia Loka. Day 3, back to Austria: Skofia Loka to Zelezniki and Bohinjska on gravel. In Bled it started to rain, so we hit the main roads to Austria and then the Autobahn to home. We did not want to got trough the Tauern Tunnel (very long one line tunnel) so we went via Obertauern (1630m pass road), and got into a snow storm. Wet and cold we reached our home.