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Mountain
“Vršič pass is the highest road pass in Slovenia and connects Kranjska Gora (Gorenjska region) with Bovec (Primorska region). The road, built by Russian war prisoners during the 1st world war, runs through the heart of Julian Alps and the views from the road simply call out for a stop-over. A short walk at the summit of Vršič pass is described here and is meant especially for those who wish to "stretch" their legs and have a meal in one of the mountain huts on the way. The walk offers an exceptionally good view of Mt. Prisojnik wall and other summits on both sides of the pass. Also suitable for children.”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants
Natural Feature
“The tallest mountain in Slovenia. Appropriate only for experienced climbers. 6-hour walk in one way.”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants
Sublocality
“Soča River looks amazing there, and life is anything but simple in this valley with steep mountain walls. Impressive nature sights.”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Nature
“One of the most beautiful works of art formed by nature can be found along the way to Vršič. The stone face of Heathen Maiden in the northern face of Prisank can be best seen from the viewpoint at ‘Poštarski dom’ mountain cabin at Vršič, but it is also visible from the Erjavec mountain cabin.”
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Natural Feature
“An important natural attraction in the Triglav National Park. The Mlinarica torrential stream has carved a 1 km long and 100 metres deep gorge, which narrows down into breathtaking troughs.”
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Natural Feature
“Julian Alps is a mountain chain with Slovenia's highest mountain Triglav. A great entry point to the alps is from plateau Pokljuka.”
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Point of Interest
“The source of Soča river is the place where the most beautiful & wild Slovene river comes to the surface. The crystal clear emerald waters burst out into daylight out of a small underground lake at the end of a narrow gorge in Zadnja Trenta valley. The playful river then creates an interesting 10-meter waterfall and countless smaller ones before it continues on its way down the Trenta valley.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Restaurant
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Bus Station
“Amazing area! If you like rafting this would be the right place. Drive until Bovec and from there with a guide you can raft down to the river!”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Parc
“Slovenia’s first and only Alpine botanical garden in natural surroundings. It was founded in 1926 and is protected as a monument of landscaped nature and a natural treasure of national importance. ”
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Premise
“For a unique experience go to Tonka’s hut. Tonka is a lady that cooks nice local food which you can enjoy in special atmosphere of mountain hut. It is located by the road to Vršič pass. The road is closed in the winter so you will have to walk there from Koča na Gozdu (if the road is cleaned). It is a 40 minute hike. It is extremely important that you call in advance, so she can tell you if it is open and to where you can get by car.”
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Natural Feature
“The highest pass in Slovenia connecting Kranjska Gora and Trenta Valley. An excellent starting point for excursions to surrounding peaks. Several mountain lodges are located near the pass.”
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Natural Feature
Route
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Street Address
“The beginning of one of the most beautiful rivers in Slovenia. A small waterfall which appears out of the mountainside.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Street Address
“Slovenia’s first and only Alpine botanical garden in natural surroundings. It was founded in 1926 and is protected as a monument of landscaped nature and a natural treasure of national importance. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant