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Walking Holidays in Slovenia
Walking Holidays in Slovenia

Walking Holidays in Slovenia

Slovenia Walking Holidays

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Lakes & Mountains of Slovenia

Lakes and Mountains of Slovenia
8 Days from USD 2,473
USD 2,235

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Walk in the heart of the Slovenian Julian Alps

Walking & Trekking

Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj Walk

Walking Holidays in Slovenia
8 Days from USD 1,520

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Walking in the Julian Alps from your base in either Bled, Bohinj Bistrika or Ribcev Laz, a choice of routes of differing walking levels is available to see the best of the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park.

Walking & Trekking

Top 5 Hiking Trails on Slovenia Walking Holidays

Pokljuka Plateau: This alpine plateau stands in the Triglav National Park and stretches for almost 20 kilometres squared.  Its diverse karst surface is home to pretty valleys, grassland and pine forests, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers to go walking in Slovenia. As well as colourful wildflowers carpeting the ground, you’ll find shepherd’s huts, alpine cows grazing in the pastures, and an array of birdlife hovering overhead. If it’s wildlife and tranquillity that you crave, the Pokljuka Plateau is the place to explore.

Lake Bohinj: Reflecting the rugged mountain peaks on its shimmering, emerald surface, Lake Bohinj is ridiculously pretty and is less crowded than Lake Bled during the summer months. It has a real authenticity about it and the views from here are jaw-dropping. The path around the lake lets you get back to nature as you walk below the circle of mountains that fringes its shores. In the warmer months, you can take a dip in the gin-clear water or simply relax and breathe in the fresh mountain air. At the western end of the lake, you’ll also find the cable car which takes you up to Vogel for some of the most extraordinary views over the Julian Alps.

Karavanke Mountain Range: This chain of limestone mountains stands on the border of Slovenia, Austria and Italy and is home to more than 1,200 species of flora. Walking in Slovenia is unparalleled and the Karavanke Mountains offer some of the best trails in the country. Winding along alpine peaks, along valleys and waterfalls and below giant gorges, you’ll discover indigenous animals and learn about the region’s cultural heritage along the way. There’s a wide choice of trails suitable for both easy hikes and more demanding climbs. On our Lakes and Mountains tour of Slovenia, we head up to Golica mountain, known for its fields filled with wild white daffodils.

Martuljek Gorge: This beautiful gorge can be found at the end of a forest trail inside Triglav National Park where a series of waterfalls tumble down the steep sides. There are two walking routes that lead you to the waterfalls, each following quiet forest tracks where you’ll meet some of the local wildlife.  En route, there are several viewpoints where you can rest and take in the scenery, including the Lipovceva Hut which sells homemade soup and fruit juices from the open kitchen.

Lake Bled: The most famous of all Slovenia’s lakes is Lake Bled, spanning approximately 6km in length within Triglav National Park. The views surrounding its shoreline are to die for and you can complete the circular walking route in around 1.5 hours, allowing for plenty of time to stop and take photographs. At the glacial lake, you’ll see its small island and castle, and there are many beautiful hiking trails that start from here. Alternatively, you might just want to sit by the banks and absorb the scenery or go for a dip at one of the several swimming spots.

The trip was fantastic! We had an excellent leader and a very lovely group. Everything went so well. It’s a great combination of trekking and leisure within a week for people who want to experience the magnificent mountain scenery as well as the cultural heritage of Albania. I had a great time in Albania!

Shanshan Lu Walking in Albania

A wonderful week of trekking around Mount Blanc from the lovely Chalet Chocolat.

Martin Stobbart Mont Blanc Highlights

Great trip with a great group and two local guides who did their upmost to make the trip interesting safe and enjoyable.

Karen Hughex Walking in Bosnia & Herzegovina