The Andrejev dom hut on Sleme lies 1096 m above sea level in a pleasant cover of woods in a peaceful environment where nature is still preserved and can surprise us with its beauty all year round. Paths from Sleme lead to Uršlja gora (three hours on foot), Smrekovec (three hours), and Sveti Križ nad Belimi Vodami (three and a half hours) and on to Raduha. For guests staying in the hut it is possible to organize an on-demand trip to Peca.
Also possible are shorter walks around the farms in Šentvid, to the village of Javorje where you can find the highest primary school in Slovenia. The gorgeous view from there encompasses the Smrekovec mountains, Savinja Alps, Raduha, Olševa, Peca and Uršlja gora.
Two catering rooms feature 90 seats and a bar; in 15 rooms there are 31 beds and an additional 52 beds in three common sleeping areas; there is a toilet, as well as a washroom and shower with hot and cold water, central heating, running water, electricity, telephone and Wi-Fi. The hut is open daily, except Mondays.
Winter opening hours (1 Oct–31 May) – from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 to 17.00
Summer opening hours (1 Jun–30 Sep) – from Tuesday to Sunday from 8.00 to 20.00