Ljubljanska cesta 27 4260 Bled
“The Kingdom of the Seven Triglav Lakes is a land that does not know how to smile, so deeply serious have the natural forces designed its face and chosen its colours.”
With these words, the famous mountaineer Julius Kugy described the Valley of Triglav Lakes where the national park was born and later grew to its present size.
838 km2, 25 settlements, 2,200 residentsWhat the park offers you
-Vrata Natural Science Education Trail
for experiencing one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in the Alps. Starting point: Mojstrana (Ros); length of tour: 4–5 hours -Soča Trail
combines outstanding natural assets and characteristic cultural heritage from the source of the Soča River through the Trenta Valley along the river to the border of the park at Kršovec (Kal Koritnica). Starting point: Source of the Soča (length of tour to the Information Center in Trenta is 2–3 hours; length of entire trail is 20 km)-Pokljuka Trail
winds through forests and across alpine meadows to several historical points of interest linked in a park theme trail. Starting point: Mrzli Studenec; length of tour 3 hours. -Goreljek Peat Bog Education Trail
illustrates the special features and importance of a peat bog that ranks among the most valuable natural jewels of Europe (trail forms part of the Pokljuka Trail). Starting point: Goreljek; length of tour 1 hour. -Radovna Bicycle Trail.
Experience Radovna— valley, river, and village—by bicycle and explore its special natural and cultural features. Starting point: Krnica pri Zgornjih Gorjah; length of tour: 2.5–3.5 hours) -Lectures and children’s workshops
at the Triglav National Park Information Center, where adults can learn about the protection and conservation of nature and children can play creatively in educational workshops. -Presentation of Triglav National Park in words and pictures
, the legend of the Goldenhorn, and organization of creative workshops in schools, in nature, or at the Information Center -Photography Workshop for amateur photographers
devoted to photographing the special natural, cultural, and ethnological features of the park. -Guided tours of the park
led by natural scientists or professional park guides to discover the most beautiful and interesting corners of Triglav National Park. Access to Triglav National Park
Buses run from Ljubljana to Bled and on to Bohinjska Bistrica, Lake Bohinj, and the Hotel Zlatorog at the west end of Lake Bohinj and to Jesenice, Mojstrana, Gozd Martuljek, Kranjska Gora, and Rateče.
In summer, buses cross Vršič Pass from Kranjska Gora to Bovec.
Southern bus routes run to Tolmin, Kobarid, and Bovec from Nova Gorica, Idrija, and Ljubljana.
Trains from Ljubljana to the Lesce-Bled station where there are local bus connections.
From Jesenice (connections to Ljubljana, Austria), a train runs to Nova Gorica and back.
An autotrain with space for bicycles runs between Bohinjska Bistrica, Podbrdo, and Most na Soči.
Triglav National Park Information Center in Bled open year round.
Trenta Mountain Lodge, Na Logu v Trenti
open May to October, 10:00–18:00;
Tel. and fax: +386 (0)5 388 93 30
Pocarjeva Farm Museum, Zgornja Radovna
open June 24 to September 15, 11:00–18:00
(Friday, Saturday, Sunday); groups by arrangement.