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Hiking & mountaineering in Slovenia

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LocationPliskovica, Coast and Karst
Difficulty:
Duration: 2 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 260 m
Highest point: 290 m
Total vertical climb: 80 m

Pliska trail on Karst

Pliska trail is an educational trail which takes us along stony walls and paths winding across the Karst region. While walking you can notice that the area was once much more cultivated and is now slowly becoming overgrown. There are interesting information boards scattered along the path - you will find out who Pliska is and you will learn about life on this dry and ...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 7.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 650 m
Highest point: 2005 m
Total vertical climb: 1500 m

Mali in Veliki Bogatin (Mahavšček)

Mali and Veliki Bogatin (Mahavšček) are two summits closing the ridge of the Lower Bohinj Mountains. They are situated west of Lake Bohinj, above the undulating Komna plateau. The whole trail to Komna leads across the forest and in higher parts stunning views open in all directions. The peak of Mt. Mali Bogatin is a bit steeper; otherwise this is a nice and gently s...

LocationKobarid, North Primorska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 990 m
Highest point: 2244 m
Total vertical climb: 1380 m

Krn in Batognica

Krn is a very popular mountain and its typical shape catches glances from far away. Towards north and west the peak is steeply cut, while the southern side descends in a more gentle way through green meadows towards the Soča valley. During World War 1, fierce battles were fought on Krn and Batognica and even today we can spot pieces of barbed wire, grenades and the h...

LocationPokljuka (Bled), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1300 m
Highest point: 2014 m
Total vertical climb: 830 m

Viewpoints above Pokljuka plateau

Debela peč is one of the most popular and easily accessible 2000-meter peaks in Slovenia. The path runs past the lovely Lipanca mountain pasture where you'll be greeted by cows in the summertime, but the friendly mountain hut is open all year long. The views towards the central Julian Alps are great and we recommend to do a "circular" tour by climbing the nearby summ...

LocationBled, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1070 m
Highest point: 2180 m
Total vertical climb: 1110 m

Vrtača (from Završnica valley)

Vrtača is the second highest peak of the Karavanke mountain chain, which runs along the Slovenian-Austrian border. You will find steep meadows on the Slovenian (south) side, while the Austrian side is just a vertical wall. For everyone staying in Bled area the perfect starting point would be the Završnica valley. There are various options for ascent: the marked path...

LocationMojstrana, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 7 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 680 m
Highest point: 2077 m
Total vertical climb: 1400 m

Vrtaško Sleme

Vrtaško Sleme, also known as Sleme, is a wonderful panoramic hill rising high above Mojstrana. At the beginning the path ascends steeply through the forest, but then you proceed on a pleasant path past Vrtaška alpine meadow and enjoy the fantastic views towards Vrata valley and the summits above it. Best time to come here is in autumn when the larch trees glow in ye...

LocationKranj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 585 m
Highest point: 1434 m
Total vertical climb: 980 m

Hudičev Boršt - Sveti Jakob

Have you noticed an interesting patch of trees that lies alone on the steep grassy slopes east from the well-known Storžič 'pyramid'. It is really nicely visible practically from the whole Ljubljana basin. People call it 'Hudičev Boršt' and that will be our destination for the day. The tour takes us on remote paths through a magical forest, we will conquer a rarel...

LocationMojstrana (Kranjska Gora), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 9 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 980 m
Highest point: 2499 m
Total vertical climb: 1670 m

Stenar and Križ

Križ and Stenar are two very panoramic mountains, towering above Vrata valley and Kriški Podi plateau. If you have enough stamina, it makes sense to link them into one lovely circular tour, which is described below. Although it is not demanding, it includes a few parts where a sure step and some sense of orientation come in useful. A magnificent view on the mighty T...

LocationMojstrana (Kranjska Gora), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 11 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 980 m
Highest point: 2740 m
Total vertical climb: 1970 m

Škrlatica

If Triglav is ‘the king’, then Škrlatica is ‘the queen’. The second highest Slovene mountain ‘reigns’ north above the Vrata valley and it constantly flirts with the Triglav north wall, which glows on the opposite side. The ascent to Škrlatica is long and there are no huts along the way, so it is not quite as popular as other champions of the Julian Alps....

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1540 m
Highest point: 1923 m
Total vertical climb: 800 m

Vogel (from Bohinj)

Fantastic view, easy access with the cable car and homemade apple roll on an alpine meadow. Vogel invites you! Cable car takes you directly from Lake Bohinj to a panoramic plateau. It is just opposite of the central Julian Alps, which you will admire along the entire trip. You can shorten or prolong the trip as you please. If you have small children, go only up to Mt....

LocationKamnik, Central Slovenija
Difficulty:
Duration: 7 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 450 m
Highest point: 1667 m
Total vertical climb: 1250 m

Velika planina (from Stahovica village)

Velika planina is a truly magical place in all seasons. Of course, it is at its liveliest during summer when cattle is there and you can taste the fresh dairy delicacies. If the weather is nice, this trip will not leave you disappointed. But at the summit, the windy conditions can often spice things up. The tour is quite long since it start in the valley itself and go...

LocationKamnik, Central Slovenija
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1200 m
Highest point: 1667 m
Total vertical climb: 520 m

Velika planina (from Rakove Ravni)

A wonderful and easy walk across Slovenia’s largest pasture plateau that actually consists of several smaller meadows. This time, we will visit Gojška, Velika and Mala Planina, admire the idyllic herdsmen cottages on the way and ascend to the highest summit of the whole plateau - Gradišče. Cows will keep you company during summer and many other hikers on weekends...

LocationKranjska Gora, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 8 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1020 m
Highest point: 2473 m
Total vertical climb: 1550 m

Špik

The 'pointy' Mt. Špik feeds the imagination of all those who drive through the village of Gozd Martuljek. You will undoubtedly notice its pointy summit, which shows itself proudly from the north side. Only alpinists tackle it from that side, whereas hikers approach it from the west – from Velika Pišnica valley. There are 2 marked paths leading on top of it: a nice...

LocationBovec, North Primorska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 2050 m
Highest point: 2679 m
Total vertical climb: 630 m

Mangart / Mangrt

Mangart is Slovenia’s fourth highest mountain and is very popular during the summer months due to its convenient access. Namely, the Mangart road (Slovenia’s highest road) takes you above 2000 altitude meters just below Mangart's rocky summit pyramid. There are two routes running across it: the Slovene route is rather demanding, but the Italian is somewhat easier....

LocationKranjska Gora, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1611 m
Highest point: 2547 m
Total vertical climb: 1040 m

Prisojnik / Prisank (through the window)

Prisojnik (also called Prisank) is a majestic stretched out mountain, which shows its huge north wall towards Kranjska Gora and Vršič pass. Two marked and secured climbing routes (via ferratas) lead across it and offer both challenge and pleasure only to skilled mountaineers. This time we will ascend along Kopiščar route in the western part of the wall. It starts ...

LocationSolkan, North Primorska
Difficulty:
Duration: 3 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 90 m
Highest point: 609 m
Total vertical climb: 520 m

Sabotin

A panoramic hill above Nova Gorica, where Dinarides collide with the Alps and next to which Soča River exits its narrow valley and leaves Slovenia. A hill, which was the setting of fierce fights during the 1st World War, was until recently proudly displaying a huge rock inscription 'Naš Tito' (= 'Our Tito', referring to the former Yugoslav president). We will walk a...

LocationTolmin, North Primorska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 920 m
Highest point: 1490 m
Total vertical climb: 630 m

Razor and Kal alpine meadows

The hills above the Soča valley are dotted with more or less active and unfortunately also many totally abandoned alpine meadows. High above the town of Tolmin lies a gorgeous 'Tolminske Ravne' hamlet, which will be our starting point towards the alpine meadows of Razor and Kal. The first is very lively in summertime because of its cheese 'factory' and a popular moun...

LocationTolmin, North Primorska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 920 m
Highest point: 1923 m
Total vertical climb: 1100 m

Vogel (from Tolminske Ravne)

There are quite a few mountains called 'Vogel' in Slovenia. The described tour ascends to probably the best-known 'Vogel' – a summit which lies in the 'Southern Bohinj' mountain range just above the eponymous ski-resort. We will ascend up there from Tolmin side past the lively (in summer time) Razor alpine meadow and across the sunny south slopes. This is an easy, p...

LocationMojstrana (Kranjska Gora), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 10 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 950 m
Highest point: 2530 m
Total vertical climb: 1730 m

Rjavina

Mt. Rjavina rises east from Triglav between the glacier valleys of Kot and Krma. It is a majestic summit with no easy access. Two marked paths (via-ferratas) ascend to the top: one from Kot valley and another from 'Staničev Dom' hut. They both run across steep and exposed sections, which will only be a pleasure for skilled mountaineers. Our tour is circular: we ascen...

LocationJesenice, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 5.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 940 m
Highest point: 1943 m
Total vertical climb: 1050 m

Struška

Struška is a wide rounded mountain above Jesenice town with excellent views on Julian Alps and the Austrian side. It is at its most beautiful in early summer (May, June), when the top part is filled with mountain flowers. It gets very lively at the alpine meadows a bit later when the cattle are driven from the valley. Struška is also very popular during winter, espe...

LocationKranjska Gora, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1520 m
Highest point: 1909 m
Total vertical climb: 630 m

Slemenova Špica

'Slemenova Špica' is one of the most popular 'hills' amidst spectacular Julian Alps. It is a wonderful grassy viewpoint close to our highest road mountain pass - Vršič. The starting point is very high, the path is simple and not too long, towering walls and incredible views surround us throughout. A trip for everyone who wish to feel the beauty and the might of Slo...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 5.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 800 m
Highest point: 1844 m
Total vertical climb: 1050 m

Črna Prst

Črna Prst is the most eastern summit of the 'Southern Bohinj' mountain chain. It got its name after a peculiar black rock or siol just below the summit, where the 'Dom Zorka Jelinčiča' hut stands. There is a number of routes to the summit. This time we will ascend from Bohinj side past the charming 'Orožnova Koča' hut and descend across 'Za Črno Goro' meadow. Ea...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1100 m
Highest point: 1761 m
Total vertical climb: 830 m

Pršivec

Steep rocky terrain rises above the north shore of Lake Bohinj and its highest summit is called Pršivec. Marked paths from multiple directions lead to it. You can ascend on it from the west side of the lake across the steep Komarča wall, but an easier approach across wooded plateau and charming alpine meadows leads to the summit from the east. The view is phenomenal...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 2.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 570 m
Highest point: 1100 m
Total vertical climb: 530 m

Vogar alpine meadow

Vogar is a handsome stretched out alpine meadow with lumpy meadows and numerous shepherd's cottages – nowadays pretty vacation houses. The main reasons to visit Vogar are: lying in the grass, an amazing view on Lake Bohinj or playing in the authentic nature with your kids. A delightful short trip near Lake Bohinj or a starting point for longer tours in the region - ...

LocationKamnik, Central Slovenija
Difficulty:
Duration: 8.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 900 m
Highest point: 2558 m
Total vertical climb: 1700 m

Grintovec (from Kamniška Bistrica valley)

The 'pointy' Mt. Grintovec is the highest peak of Kamnik-Savinja Alps and is quite easy to access from the south across its 'roof' which can be seen from the whole Ljubljana basin. The altitude difference is quite significant, so you have to be reasonably fit to do it in one day or stay for a night in 'Cojzova Koča' hut at 'Kokrško Sedlo' saddle. For more experience...

LocationKranjska Gora, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 3.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1611 m
Highest point: 2333 m
Total vertical climb: 720 m

Mala Mojstrovka

The panoramic Mt. Mala Mojstrovka is (thanks to Vršič mountain pass) one of the most quickly accessible and consequently most visited 2000-meter peaks in the central Julian Alps. Two very different paths lead to it: the 'normal' path from the south is rather easy and runs across vast scree-slopes whereas the path across the north wall of Mala Mojstrovka is a very di...

LocationMojstrana (Kranjska Gora), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 11 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 980 m
Highest point: 2864 m
Total vertical climb: 1900 m

Triglav – from Vrata Valley (across Plemenice and Čez Prag)

Our highest mountain, a national symbol, every 'true' Slovenian is supposed to stand on its summit at least once. Mt. Triglav is undoubtedly the best-known and most visited Slovene mountain. But despite the popularity, ascending to its summit is not for anyone!. Do not be too reckless! The described trip begins and ends in Vrata – a charming valley, which 'crashes' ...

LocationGornji Grad, Savinjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 900 m
Highest point: 1557 m
Total vertical climb: 800 m

Lepenatka and Veliki Rogatec

Lepenatka and Veliki Rogatec are two panoramic hills which rise in the "lobby" of Kamnik-Savinja Alps. The only thing that both summits have in common is a fantastic view. Lepenatka is flat, rounded and accessible to any hiker whereas Veliki Rogatec (also called Veliki Rogac) shows a completely different face. Its slopes are steep and the path to it from the south is ...

LocationTržič (Kranj), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1100 m
Highest point: 2094 m
Total vertical climb: 1200 m

Veliki Vrh and Kladivo

This time we will visit the west part of the Košuta ridge on Slovene-Austrian border. Its far west summit is called Veliki Vrh and is the most popular hiking destination on the whole Košuta ridge. The path between Veliki Vrh and the slightly less visited Mt. Kladivo is a real treat. The view is spectacular and there are lots of opportunities for a comfortable rest i...

LocationBled, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1180 m
Highest point: 2236 m
Total vertical climb: 1080 m

Stol

Stol is a rounded 'two-headed' mountain, which embellishes the background of many postcards from Lake Bled. It is the highest summit of Karavanke mountain chain and is easily accessible to all those who are physically reasonably fit. The fastest way to ascend to the top is from 'Valvasorjev Dom' hut above Žirovnica town. The path is steep, the views are awesome – d...

LocationTržič, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1270 m
Highest point: 2133 m
Total vertical climb: 860 m

Košutnikov Turn

Košutnikov Turn is the highest summit of the 10 kilometers long Košuta ridge that goes along the border between Slovenia and Austria. West from the summit extremely steep grassy slopes descent to the south and on the eastern side the slope is quite furrowed and scattered with small stone towers. It boasts with marvelous views on Kamnik-Savinja Alps. You can conclude...

LocationČrna na Koroškem, Koroška
Difficulty:
Duration: 6 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1080 m
Highest point: 2125 m
Total vertical climb: 1200 m

Peca – Kordež Head (from Topla valley)

Peca is a stretched out mountain on the border between Slovenia and Austria, which is scattered with tunnels of former lead and zinc mines. The legendary tender-hearted King Matjaž has fled from his enemies to one of these caverns and supposedly he still lives there. The highest summit of Peca is Kordež Head, which is the most eastern 2000-meter mountain in Slovenia...

LocationIlirska Bistrica, Notranjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1250 m
Highest point: 1796 m
Total vertical climb: 650 m

Snežnik (from Sviščaki village)

Snežnik (or Veliki Snežnik) is the highest mountain of southern Slovenia, surrounded by extensive forests. It rises above the land of bears, wolfs and lynxes. The view from the top ranges from Kvarner bay (Croatia), Gulf of Trieste (Italy) and all the way to the Alps or Ljubljana basin. Just below the summit there is a cosy 'Koča Draga Karolina' hut. The starting p...

LocationLoška dolina, Notranjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 2.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1320 m
Highest point: 1796 m
Total vertical climb: 480 m

Snežnik (from Gašperjev Hrib)

Snežnik (or Veliki Snežnik) is the highest mountain of southern Slovenia, surrounded by extensive forests. It rises above the land of bears, wolfs and lynxes. The view from the top ranges from Kvarner bay (Croatia), Gulf of Trieste (Italy) and all the way to the Alps or Ljubljana basin. Right below the summit there is a cosy 'Koča Draga Karolina' hut. The described...

LocationKozina, Coast and Karst
Difficulty:
Duration: 3.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 550 m
Highest point: 1028 m
Total vertical climb: 480 m

Slavnik (from Skadanščina village)

Slavnik is the most popular hiking destination of our coastal region. Many paths from all directions lead to it. The path from Skadanščina is slightly longer and thus less popular (especially the one across Jegno meadow), but not less delightful than any other paths. Mostly you will walk through lonely forests and enjoy the pristine nature and the fresh air. The vie...

LocationPodgorje (Koper), Coast and Karst
Difficulty:
Duration: 2 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 510 m
Highest point: 1028 m
Total vertical climb: 520 m

Slavnik (from Podgorje village)

Slavnik is the most popular hiking destination of our coastal region. Many paths from all directions lead to it. The shortest is the one from Podgorje village. At first it ascends through a lovely forest and later across the sunny (or windy) meadows. The view from Slavnik summit goes all the way from the sea to the Alps - if the weather allows it, of course. Just belo...

LocationŠkofja Loka, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 2.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1110 m
Highest point: 1562 m
Total vertical climb: 450 m

Blegoš (from Črni Kal)

'Bareheaded' Mt. Blegoš is (together with Mt. Ratitovec and Mt. Porezen) a 'champion' of our sub-alpine hills. It boasts with fantastic views and is scattered with bunkers of the Rupnik defense line against Italian invasions before the 2nd World War. Črni Kal is the highest starting point for ascent to Blegoš, which makes the described path pretty popular, especial...

LocationŠkofja Loka, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 550 m
Highest point: 1562 m
Total vertical climb: 1010 m

Blegoš (from Volaka village)

'Bareheaded' Mt. Blegoš is (together with Mt. Ratitovec and Mt. Porezen) a 'champion' of our sub-alpine hills. It boasts with fantastic views and is scattered with bunkers of the Rupnik defense line against Italian invasions before the 2nd World War. The described route is quite long and thus less popular, but on sunny weekends it gets quite crowded between 'Koča Na...

LocationCerkno, North Primorska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 630 m
Highest point: 1630 m
Total vertical climb: 1000 m

Porezen (from Poče village)

Porezen is one of our highest sub-alpine hills. A major part of its top slope is bare and it allows great views on most part of our trip. Cows, horses and sheep accompany us on its grassy slopes during summer. A memorial to victims of the bloody events at the end of the 2nd World War stands at the summit. The described route is nicely marked (apart from the very begin...

LocationPreddvor (Kranj), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 750 m
Highest point: 2132 m
Total vertical climb: 1400 m

Storžič (from Bašelj village)

Storžič is a pointy mountain, which reigns west from Kamnik-Savinja Alps and can be admired from the whole Ljubljana basin. This tour is physically quite demanding, since you have to overcome as much as 1400 altitude meters. On the way down you can rest and freshen up in 'Dom Na Kališču' hut. The path is technically easy apart from some short sections and the view...

LocationTržič (Kranj), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 500 m
Highest point: 1473 m
Total vertical climb: 970 m

Kriška gora

Kriška Gora and the hut on its summit is a remarkably popular destination east of Tržič town and offers a first-class view on Ljubljana basin, plus the friendly ladies in the hut take care of excellent home-made culinary specialties. There is a jump-off point for paragliders east from the hut. Most hikers go along a marked path from Gozd village to Kriška Gora, bu...

LocationBovec, North Primorska
Difficulty:
Duration: 5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 470 m
Highest point: 1653 m
Total vertical climb: 1180 m

Svinjak

Svinjak is an imposing hill above Bovec, which splits the Bovec basin into Soča and Koritnica valley. Due to its pyramid shape it is also called the 'Matterhorn of Bovec'. The ascent to the summit is quite steep, especially in the upper part. Although the path is not particularly exposed, it is still not suitable for people with vertigo, because the view literally dr...

LocationBled, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 1 h
Trail type: unmarked
Start point elevation: 480 m
Highest point: 670 m
Total vertical climb: 190 m

Ojstrica and Mala Osojnica

Ojstrica and Mala Osojnica are the hills which rise above the west shore of Lake Bled. The described trip is easy and present a delightful alternative or addition to walks along or around the lake. You will be rewarded with one of the best views of Lake Bled, the island, castle and Karavanke mountain chain in the background....

LocationRazdrto, Coast and Karst
Difficulty:
Duration: 3 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 580 m
Highest point: 1240 m
Total vertical climb: 660 m

Nanos (from Razdrto village)

Nanos is a high Karst plateau, which rises steeply above Postojna basin and Vipavska Brda wine region. It has several summits, but the most popular one is the panoramic edge by a television transmitter and 'Vojkova Koča' hut. The ascent runs on a steep and a bit more difficult path; however the descent past a charming church of St. Hieronim is really easy. In nice we...

LocationTržič (Kranj), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 7 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1060 m
Highest point: 2060 m
Total vertical climb: 1070 m

Begunjščica (from Ljubelj Pass)

Begunjščica is a 'stretched' mountain west of Tržič town. Steep meadows descend from its ridge to the south side and steep scree-slopes to its north side. The highest point of Begunjščica is Veliki Vrh. Our route crosses some ancient tunnels, stops at a cute alpine meadow with a nice hut and excellent local food and ascends steeply to a very panoramic ridge. A b...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 3 h
Trail type: unmarked
Start point elevation: 560 m
Highest point: 946 m
Total vertical climb: 390 m

Rudnica

Rudnica is a hill on the eastern shore of Lake Bohinj. It lies on the edge of Triglav National Park and splits the Lower Bohinj valley (the valley of river Sava Bohinjka) from Upper Bohinj valley (the valley of remarkably nice and tranquill villages: Stara Fužina, Studor, Srednja vas, Češnjica, Jereka). It is a reatively short circular hike right from the lake shor...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 6.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1060 m
Highest point: 1964 m
Total vertical climb: 1050 m

Rodica (and Poljana alpine meadow)

Rodica is the highest summit on the south side of Lake Bohinj. The summit itself is very popular due to the amazing views and a relative easy path - appropriate also for children. For those who want to explore the hidden corners of the area an option for a lonesome descent is described. But it requires more hiking and orientation skills. A nice and diverse trip....

LocationBled (Pokljuka), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 7 h
Trail type: unmarked
Start point elevation: 1310 m
Highest point: 2240 m
Total vertical climb: 1030 m

Veliki and Mali Draški Vrh

The Draški Vrh peaks are two amazingly panoramic mountains without a marked path leading to their summits. Their slopes go down towards Pokljuka plateau on the south side and on the north side the vertical walls fall deeply into Krma valley. The upper pyramid of Veliki (= Big) Draški Vrh is flatter and slightly easier to access whereas more hiking experience and cau...

LocationBled (Pokljuka), Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 4 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 1380 m
Highest point: 2050 m
Total vertical climb: 670 m

Viševnik

Mt. Viševnik is probably the most visited 2000-meter peak in Slovenia. The altitude of its starting point and the simplicity of ascent are the main causes for its popularity. Plus the view is great too. The most popular path is the direct one from Rudno Polje to Viševnik, but less hikers decide to ascend aross 'Srenjski Preval' saddle. We will do a round trip and if...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 8 h
Trail type: unmarked
Start point elevation: 1150 m
Highest point: 2087 m
Total vertical climb: 1300 m

Prevalski Stog and Ogradi

This tour takes place in a relatively remote area on the north side of Lake Bohinj and crosses four lonely and grassy 2000-meter peaks. Almost the whole tour our view is marked by the 'sharp' pointed Mt. Škednjovec and the rounded Mt. Debeli Vrh. We mostly walk on unmarked paths, so some orientation skills are needed. A wonderful trip for all mountain romantics!...

LocationBohinj, Gorenjska
Difficulty:
Duration: 12.5 h
Trail type: marked
Start point elevation: 650 m
Highest point: 2569 m
Total vertical climb: 2000 m

Kanjavec (from Lake Bohinj)

Mt. Kanjavec is the highest southern 'neighbour' of Mt. Triglav in the heartland of Julian Alps and the views from the summit are simply breathtaking. The tour starts at Lake Bohinj, ascends on a very steep path across the wall of Komarča and then continues along the famous valley of Seven Triglav Lakes. We will ascend past the beautiful mountain lakes and descend th...


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