BERGFEX sights – The Triglav National Park – Bled – Destination of the excursion

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The “Triglav National Park”

The kingdom of the seven Triglav lakes and its surroundings.

The Kingdom of the Seven Triglav Lakes is a land that cannot smile, the creative powers of nature have so deeply shaped its face and chosen its colours”. These are the words Julius Kugy used to describe the Triglav Lake Valley, the cradle of the National Park, from where the park expanded to its present size.

Size: 838 km², 25 villages and ponds 2,200 inhabitants

What does the park offer?

  • Scientific nature trail Vrata. Experience one of the most beautiful glacier valleys in the Alps! Start: Mojstrana (Pri Rosu), duration: 4-5 hours
  • <font color=”#ffff00″>-=Soča=- proudly presents If you want to experience extraordinary natural beauties paired with typical cultural monuments, then this trail is the right one for you from the Soča source through the Trenta and Soča valleys to the national park border near Kršovec (Kal Koritnica). Start: Soča source (takes 2-3 hours to get to the information centre in Trenta),

Total distance 20 km.)

  • Pokljuka Way. This trail leads through forests and alpine pastures to some historical sights, which are thematically classified in the National Park Trail. Start: Mrzli Studenec, Duration: 3 hours
  • Goreljek peat bog nature trail. On this nature trail you will learn about the characteristics and importance of peat bogs, which are among the most precious natural areas in Europe. The nature trail is integrated into the Pokljuka Trail. Start: Goreljek, duration 1 hour
  • Radovna Cycle Route. The cultural and natural features of the Radovna Valley with its river of the same name are best explored by bike. Start: Krnica near Zgornje Gorje, duration: 2.5-3.5 hours.

-Lectures and children’s workshops in the Small Info Centre TNP. The adults listen to the lectures about nature conservation and nature conservation, while the children work creatively and learn playfully in the training workshops.

  • Presentations of the Triglav National Park in word and picture, legend about the Golden Horn as well as workshops in schools, in nature or in the information centre by appointment.
  • Photo workshop for hobby photographers. The natural, cultural and ethnographic features of the National Park are photographed.
  • Guided tours through the park with national park guides who will take you to the most beautiful and interesting places in the TNP.

Arrival:By bus from Ljubljana to Bled and on to Bohinjska Bistrica, Bohinjsko jezero (Lake Bohinj) to Hotel Zlatorog on the west side of the lake. Or to Jesenice and Mojstrana, Gozd-Martuljek, Kranjska Gora to Rateče. In summer, a bus runs from Kranjska Gora over the Vršic Pass to Bovec. There are also bus stops in Tolmin, Kobarid and Bovec for buses from Nova Gorica and Idrija and Ljubljana. By train from Ljubljana to Lesce – Bled station, from here local buses run. From Jesenice (connection to Austria, the train goes to Nova Gorica and back). Between Bohinjska Bistrica and Podbrdo as well as Most na Soči there is a car train with a special bicycle room.

Info Center in Bled – Open all year!

Dom Trenta (Trenta Refuge), Na Logu v Trenti, Open from May to October from 10.00 to 18.00; Tel. & Fax: +386/(0)5-3889330

Pocarjeva domacija (Pocar farm), Zgornja Radovna, 24 June to 15 September from 11.00 to 18.00 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), groups by prior arrangement.

The Valley of the Seven Triglav Lakes was declared the first protected area in Slovenia in 1924. The present “Triglav National Park” (since 1981) is more spacious and covers most of the eastern Julian Alps.

The Triglav National Park has an area of 84,805 ha. Its highest point is the peak of Triglav (2.864m), the lowest is in the gorges of Tolmin (180m).

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