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Opcions de camí: Anar a Millau de Camping

  • 06h14 | 581 km | €82.00

Ruta per arribar: Directa a Bovec Slovenia:

  • 16h59 - 1616 km - :*€259.11

Bovec-Llacs Plivitze Croacia:

  • 05h39
  • 339 km
  • €51.82



Plitvice Lakes National Park


  • Triglav National Park, Slovenia

Plitvice Lakes

Esta a 3-4hores de l'adriatic isla krk hi ha múltiples campings:


Refugis de muntanya:

Zones (

  • Julian Alps - Bohinj
  • Julian Alps - Bled
  • Julian Alps - Bovec & Upper Soča Valley
  • Julian Alps - Tolmin & Lower Soča valley
  • Julian Alps - Kranjska Gora



Garganta Vignar: Gorges i sal Aigua Mostnica:


Llac Bled: Pokljuka plateau hi ha autobusos.

From Bled one of the best places for hiking is on the Pokljuka plateau, during the summer there are buses that can get you there. Also the hike to Galetovec from Bohinjska Bela is a nice one though rather steep it goes through the forest so there's no scrambling or anything. You can read about these in my blog, here are the shortcuts to those specific posts but I recommend also reading back through the blog and the archives as I have written quite extensively about hiking in the Karavanke and the Julian Alps.



The Karavanke Alps shouldn't be forgotten. Everyone goes to the Julian Alps but there are some wonderful walks in the Karavanke too. I'd recommend the hike to Stol, the highest in the Karavanke and nothing technically difficult, again I've blogged about that, you can also do a search on the blog, just type in, for example, Stol or Pokljuka and it will bring up the posts where I've written about that.

Trekking diversos dies

DAY 1: Arrive in Bled Bled is a uniquely picturesque town sitting on the shores of the glacial Lake Bled and overlooked by the imposing medieval Bled Castle perched atop a rocky ridge. Bled is easily accessible by public transport from Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana, just 55km (1hr) away.

On arrival at your hotel you will have a welcome meeting in the evening (6pm) with our local representative. They will give you all the information you need including detailed route notes, maps and local information and answer any last minute questions you may have.

Overnight: Bled, 4 star hotel.

DAY 2: Walk to Pokljuka A short morning transfer brings you to the starting point for today’s walk, across the heights of the Pokljuka plateau (1280m). This warm up hike leads you over verdant mountain pastures filled with alpine flowers and up through silent fir forests. Arriving at the traditional Lipanska Hut your afforded panoramic views over the plateau and Carniola Plain beyond with the summits of the Kamnik Alps rising into the clear blue skies. This is the perfect place to indulge in traditional Slovene stove cooked hiker’s lunch of local organic produce and herbal tea. In the afternoon the route provides views far across the Karawanke and Bohinj mountain ranges bringing you to Pokljuka, home to famed winter biathalon competitions, and the perfect base for your night amidst the mountain landscape.

Walk: 11km, 620m ascent, 6hrs

Overnight: Pokljuka, 3 star hotel.

Note: Following your night in Pokljuka it is necessary to pack what you need to carry with you for the next 3 nights in the mountains. Your main bags will be taken on for your arrival in Lake Bohinj on Day 6.

DAY 3: Walk to Planika hut (Mount Triglav) Following breakfast you are ready to tackle the next stage of the walk, deep into the heart of the Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps. The trail slowly ascends to Vodnikov Dom hut, an ideal place to stop for lunch and to admire the view across to Mount Triglav, Slovenia’s highest mountain at 2864m.

The final destination for today is the Planika hut, situated right beneath Mount Triglav on its southern slopes. If you can tear your self away from the alpine views which stretch all the way to the Karawanke and the Kamnik Alps on the horizon, you are free to explore the delights of the Planika hut, your accommodation for the night. Enjoy a sumptuous meal in the restaurant or a warming drink at the bar before settling down to sleep in the shadow of Triglav’s snow-capped summit.

Walk: 11km, 1100m ascent, 7hrs

Overnight: Planika hut, mountain hut (dormitory accommodation).

Note: For the well prepared, properly equipped and experienced the Planika hut makes an ideal starting point for an ascent of Mount Triglav. Additional nights would be necessary at the Planika hut to allow you to make the ascent and may be booked as an option.

DAY 4: Walk to Koča pri Triglavskih Jezerih hut Awake for sunrise and you will be rewarded with the changing colours of the snow capped peaks. After a hearty breakfast you commence your walk across the Hribarice Pass (2358m). You are now in the realm of the sure footed chamois and fearless mountain goats that inhabit the sheer rocky slopes beneath patrolling golden eagles.

Breathe in the crisp, clear air as you walk beneath the surrounding peaks and take a break to admire the beauty of one of the Triglav National Park’s seven lakes, Zeleno Jezro, or Green Lake. The name derives from the high algae content which gives the lake an emerald hue. As you walk onward the view unfolds across the Dolina Triglavskih Jezer, the Valley of the Triglav Lakes.

Walk: 11km, 700m descent, 6hrs

Overnight: Koča pri Triglavskih Jezerih hut, mountain hut (dormitory accommodation).

DAY 5: Walk to Black Lake & Komna Hut Walking west, you will reach Blakc Lake - the lowest lying lake in the Triglav Lakes Valley. It is named forits location in a basin in the middle of the forest, which stretches right to the edge of the Komarca rock face. It is the warmest of the Triglav lakes. Your day on the trail ends at the traditional Komna hut, situated right on the Komna Plateau and offering superb views of Lake Bohinj. Walk: 8.5km, 340m ascent, 500m descent, 5-6 hrs

Overnight: Komna hut, mountain hut (dormitory accommodation).

DAY 6: Walk to Lake Bohinj After breakfast a relaxing walk takes you down to the Savica waterfall, an alpine karst spring which cascades 78m into serene Lake Bohinj. This is the largest lake in Slovenia and the jewel in the heart of the Triglav National Park. Legend says that God gave the humble citizens of the lake the most beautiful part of Slovenia and the location surrounded by the Julian Alps is indeed sublime.

Take a walk along the northern shores to the small settlement of Ribčev Laz, sit back and relax with a glass of honey brandy or borovnica blueberry schnapps, coupled with a dish of wind cured karst prosciutto ham.

Walk: 18km, 1200m ascent, 5-6hrs

Overnight: Lake Bohinj, 4 star hotel.

Note: You are reunited with your main bags on arrival at your Lake Bohinj accommodation.