The Stegovnik creek runs from the hill of the same name towards the valley of Tržiška Bistrica and in its lower part falls down an interesting wide wall. It is most magnificent after heavy rainfalls, when it's practically impossible to reach the stream bed. In summertime you can refresh in its pools and in the winter it freezes thus becoming a challenge for local ice climbers. An interesting addition when visiting the nearby Dovžan gorge or the mountains of Košuta ridge (on Slovenian-Austrian border).
Leave the 'Ljubljana - Jesenice' highway at the Tržič junction. Once in Tržič turn right towards the city center at the gas station and then continue through Tržič straight ahead. Drive through Dovžan gorge ('Dovžanova soteska') to a hamlet of Jelendol. Once here, turn right at a marked crossroad (direction Medvodje) and on the next larger crossroad you'll see the signpost for 'Stegovniški slap'. Turn right and follow the narrow road to the football field where you can park.
From the football field follow a wide forest path for about 15 minutes until you reach this extremely interesting waterfall. By the Stegovnik waterfall there is a small abandoned water power plant.
You probably won't come to this hidden part of Slovenia just for the waterfall but it's an interesting addition to visiting the Dovžan gorge or a nice refreshment after hiking around the nearby mountains.
Duration: 0.5 h
Distance: 1 km
Altitude difference: 40 m
Type of path: easy partly marked path