In the villages of Savinja Valley we visited and documented wooden houses and granaries. We searched for traditional wooden houses made of logs and granaries which are called »kašte« in Savinja Valley dialect. We found the buildings by driving through Savinja Valley. We took photos of entire buildings and documented construction properties, wood species and techniques wood processing. Most of the buildings were located on higher elevations. We checked and recorded 12 wooden houses and 29 granaries. Age of the buildings was assessed based on the years carved into wood of the buildings. Most of the documented houses and granaries were built on a base made of stone. We basically recorded two shapes of logs and generally two types of log binding. The buildings were covered with several different types of roofing which as a rule replaced traditional roofs covered with straw or shingle. 19 out of 30 granaries are still used for traditional purposes, whereas other buildings have different functions. The buildings are most likely made of wood of local origin, with predominating Norway spurce (Picea abies Karst.) and partly larch (larix decidua Mill.).