Slovenia Hiking 🥾

From half-day to full-day hiking tours around Bled, Bovec, and Ljubljana. Available every day, suitable for families and novice adventurers. Discover Slovenia! 🥾🌲🇸🇮

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All hikers must-visit Slovenia! Slovenia is located in the southeastern part of the Alps, close to Italy, Austria and the Adriatic sea. The country offers more than 9000 kilometres of well-marked hiking trails of all difficulties. Hiking trails are spread from the Adriatic sea, through vineyards and green forests to the vertical white walls of Slovenia's highest peaks.

Top 10 hiking destinations

  1. Triglav Mountain - medium (2 days)
  2. Bohinj Lake - easy
  3. Soca valley day hikes - easy
  4. Pokljuka and Velika Planina - easy/medium
  5. Seven Lakes Valley (Triglav Lakes) - easy/medium
  6. Hut to hut trails in Triglav National Park - easy/medium
  7. Julian Alps day hikes - medium
  8. Logar Valley hikes - easy/medium
  9. Lake Bled surroundings - easy
  10. Vintgar Gorge - easy
  11. Joker for rainy days: Skocjan and Postojna caves

Slovenians love and respect their mountains.

This is why hiking and trekking is one of the most popular and common activities in Slovenia. Mt. Triglav is the highest Slovenian mountain and one of Slovenia's pride and symbol. The most amazing Slovenian mountains are the Julian Alps (in the territory of Triglav National Park).
The Triglav National Park is located in the north-western part of Slovenia near Bohinj, Bled, Kranjska Gora and the Soča Valley (Bovec & Kobarid). Evidently it's the best starting point for your hiking and trekking adventures.
Hikers can discover Slovenia's highest peaks, beautiful limestone walls, jaw-dropping views, and numerous waterfalls. Excellent hiking trails can be found in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps as well, starting right at the northern tip of the Ljubljana basin. Ljubljana region's highest peak is Mount Grintovec, while the Logar Valley is one of the most picturesque areas of Slovenia.
If you have time don't miss your trip to Velika Planina, a fairytale herdsmen village.

Which are the best hiking trails for families in Slovenia?

From Ljubljana, the center and capital of Slovenia, you can reach the Gorenjska Region in an hour’s drive. This region is home to wonderful natural sceneries. Take a walk around Lake Bled on a picturesque trail and stop to try the traditional Slovenian gastronomy. You can also visit Lake Bohinj, the largest Alpine lake in Slovenia. From there, a wonderful trail suitable for beginners and kids will take you to the enchanting Savica Waterfall, which is quite a sight to behold for the eyes of a child.

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