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Title:Gorsko kolesarjenje v naravnem okolju v Sloveniji
Authors:Zajc, Peter (Author)
Golobič, Mojca (Author)
Bončina, Andrej (Author)
Language:Slovenian
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organisation:Logo ZGDS - Zveza gozdarskih društev Slovenije
Abstract:Gorsko kolesarjenje postaja vse bolj množično. Umeščanje te dejavnosti v prostor je zahtevno zaradi različnih interesov med uporabniki prostora ter zapletene pravne ureditve. Za gorske kolesarje so med različnimi potmi najbolj zaželene enoslednice, to so ozke, razgibane in utrjene poti iz naravnih materialov. Analizirali smo pravno ureditev gorskega kolesarjenja v naravnem okolju v Sloveniji, in sicer na nacionalni in lokalni ravni. Na primeru dveh testnih tras na območju zahodnega Pohorja, ki sta potekali skoraj izključno v gozdnem prostoru, smo preverili možnosti umeščanja gorskokolesarskih poti v naravno okolje. Pri tem smo postavili hipotezo, da ob doslednem upoštevanju pravnih predpisov umeščanje enoslednic v naravno okolje ni mogoče. Prvi del raziskave je temeljil na analizi pravnih predpisov in primerjavi ureditve v treh drugih srednjeevropskih državah. Za drugi del raziskave smo izbrali testni trasi ter zbrali in analizirali vse dostopne prostorske podatke. Obe trasi smo terensko pregledali in ju ocenili po izdelanem postopku, ki obsega šest korakov. Vse prostorske podatke smo obdelali v geografskem informacijskem sistemu. Pregled pravnih predpisov, ki ureja to področje, kaže na nedosledno rabo pojmov in različne možnosti razlag pravnih predpisov glede umeščanja gorskega kolesarjenja v naravno okolje v Sloveniji. Z analizo testnih tras smo ovrgli postavljeno hipotezo, saj smo ugotovili, da je umeščanje enoslednic v naravno okolje mogoče, vendar smo pri tem opozorili na pomembne omejitve in nejasnosti.
Keywords:kolesarjenje, narava, planinske poti, gozdne vlake, Pohorje
Year of publishing:2018
COBISS_ID:4992166 Link is opened in a new window
UDC:630*79(794.4)(045)=163.6
ISSN on article:0017-2723
OceCobissID:3736834 Link is opened in a new window
Note:Besedilo v slov.;
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Downloads:318
Files:.pdf PDF - Presentation file, download (325,35 KB)
 
Journal:Gozd. vestn.
Zveza gozdarskih društev Slovenije
 
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Language:English
Title:Mountain biking in natural environment in Slovenia
Abstract:Mountain biking is becoming a mass sport activity. Spatial planning of this activity is demanding due to diverse interests among different stakeholders and complicated legal system. Among mountain bikers, single trails, i.e. narrow, animated, and hard-surfaced paths from natural materials, are the most desirable. We analyzed legal regulation of mountain biking in natural environment in Slovenia, both on the national and local level. At the example of two test routes, located almost entirely in the forest space in the western Pohorje Hills area, we checked the possibilities for developing mountain biking trails into the natural environment. Thereby we set up the hypothesis, that, legal regulations being complied with consistently, it is not possible to place single trails into the natural environment. The first part of the research was based on the analysis of legal regulations and comparing of the regulation in three other central European countries. For the second part, we selected two test routes and gathered and analyzed all accessible spatial data. We diagnosed both routes with regard to the terrain and assessed them according to the designed procedure, which encompasses six steps. All spatial data was processed in the geographic information system. A review of legal regulations, regulating this area, shows an inconsistent use of definitions and diverse possibilities of legal regulation explanations with regard to placing mountain biking into the natural environment in Slovenia. With the analysis of the test routes, we refuted the set hypothesis, since we found out, that the integration of single trails into the natural environment is possible, but thereby we draw attention to important limitations and ambiguities.
Keywords:biking, nature, mountain paths, forest skid trails, Pohorje


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