Explore the most popular Walking trails in Slovenia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Easy trail with spectacular gorge and water colors that are sure to impress. Fall foliage was lovey too.

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18 hours ago

Beautiful falls at the end of LOTS of stairs. Quick out and back.

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18 hours ago

Great trail for jogging. Roughly 4 mile loop around the lake on well-maintained trails.

Mid October hike, stunning views... Well directed & easy to follow trail. Mountain, woodland, river ... completed hike in 5 hours,

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muddy
3 days ago

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muddy
4 days ago

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16 days ago

Beautiful easy stroll around one of the most picturesque lakes you can find. Pretty touristy if you’re looking for pure nature though.

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24 days ago

Easy walk around the lake with historical sites & picturesque views.

Beautiful!!! Easy trail , fantastic scenery! A must see attraction.

Even tho it takes almost 2 hours to get to the top and it's very steep, the view is totally worth it!

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1 month ago

You have to pay an entrance fee closer to the falls. No warning posted anywhere and they don’t accept card.

Very beautiful! Easy walk. Some off trail but mostly on a walk way following the river. Can see some fish. Best to go early as it gets super busy. Excellent even on a rainy day.

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1 month ago

We did this trail in a big group and enjoyed outselves a lot while doing so. Very nice scenery

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1 month ago

An easy walk but due to the amount of people we could only walk very slow. Price is 10€ per person.

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2 months ago

Heavily trafficked and almost only stairs up to the waterfall. Only a small area to see and photograph the area. The waterfall itself is locked by a big gate, so you can not get close to it.

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muddy
2 months ago

It was a great hike. The day before it rained so we probably should have waited a day for the trail to dry up! The trail shown is at least three hours. Lubnik was open & offered drinks & food. Well marked for the most part. Spectacular views!

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2 months ago

Nice trail to walk or bike! I recommend going for a swim on a hot day!

Easy and beautiful trail. Crowded with a lot of tourists though, so early hours are the best to go. I recommend not going back the same way but takin the trail up to St. Catherine church to enjoy a great view. From there its a 30min walk back to the parking. Enjoy!

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2 months ago

There were a lot of people. We took a trail through the forest back. The gorge is beautiful and worth is. When you walk through the village back you can eat for a very small price. 5 euro for daily menu. The ice creams at the end of the gorge were sold out the day we took this trail.

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over grown
2 months ago

The trail is very abandoned, bushes and other plants makes walking hard, we were with four small children and therefore turned back. We also find 15 barnacles in our family after the walk.

Incredible views and understandably quite many fellow-tourists. I recommend the loop trail as also the “backside” is beautiful and there are very few others. By mistake we left our car in the furthest parking area and the 2km hike from there to the start was somewhat annoying.

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2 months ago

Be sure to complete the loop as the views of Castle Bled are worth it.

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3 months ago

The trail up to the Ojstrica lookout point is a steep but short trail up to a great view. Gets a bit rocky towards the top.

Stunning- but very crowded- so the earlier you get going the better - we had a good walk out with time to get a few snaps of just us, but it was packed and slow going coming back. Worth it either way though- it is beautiful.

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4 months ago

Great waterfall as mentioned and the photos. Best tips...get there Early as the waterfalls can only be accessed by a handful at a time, the cost is 4 Euros per person, and take the side trail called Trenches to see WW1 trenches. Also, cross the pedestrian bridge take some amazing pictures and walk back via the small shaded road. Parking at waterfall is 1.5 Euros. Finally, check out the great WW1 Museum in Korbarid.

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4 months ago

This peak is the second highest in Slovenia. There are two trail headheads you can park at: Kamniska Bistrica is a very easy drive and plenty of parking; V Koncu is up further on a dirt road but parking could be a challenge. The dirt road is easy to drive and it will save you a few miles. The trip can be divided into three parts: dirt road(if you park at the large parking lot), forest ascent, and Grintovec Summit. The dirt road is about 2 miles and you will gain 1000 feet. The forest ascent is hard as you climb 3000 feet in about 2 miles. In Summer it is hot humid and plenty of houseflies. At the crest is a Slovenia Cabin where you can eat and drink. The Grintovec Summit part is 2 miles in 2000 feet. No trees, no flies, incredible vistas, but lots of rock steps. Tips: Be in great shape, go early, watch weather carefully, and look at booking a night at the cabin and do this in two days. My family and I did this in one long day.

4 months ago

absolutely beautiful!

Nice walk from the lake, easy one

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rocky
4 months ago

Pleasant, easy, family-friendly hike. The trails are wide, well marked, and not very steep. Doesn’t get intermediate until the very end, which involves climbing slippery stairs. Worth it for the view. Come early in the day to avoid crowds and long lines before the waterfall-we waited about 20 minutes for a field trip to clear out. It looked like construction was happening right before the waterfall. I suspect they may be building a ticket office to see the falls. Bring a couple euro just in case... I suggest taking a detour through some old WWI trenches. The trail is well-marked and visible in the map. It’s far easier to take the detour on the way back.

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