Triglav National Park

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Triglav National Park

Triglav National Park was established in 1924 and thus is one of the oldest national parks in Europe. The park got his name after the Mt Triglav (meaning "3 heads") , the highest Slovenian mountain (2864 meter). Today the park covers 4% of the territory of Slovenia, extending from Lake Bohinj, through the Julian Alps to Soca Valley.

Triglav National park is an open-air museum where visitors can experience crystal clear waters, remains of virgin forests, rocky summits, endemic animals, diverse cultural heritage, friendly people and delicious local cheeses.


TOP 11 THINGS TO SEE IN TRIGLAV NATIONAL PARK

  1. Tolmin gorges (Tolmin area)-  entrance fee
  2. Fratarica waterfalls  (Bovec area)- free entry
  3. The Great Soca gorges and Soca river source (Bovec area)- free entry
  4. Sunik water grove (Bovec area)- free entry
  5. Krn Lake (Kobarid area)- free entry
  6. Peričnik waterfall (Kranjska Gora area)- free entry
  7. Mlinarica gorge (Bovec area)- free entry
  8. The giantess (Vrsic Pass)
  9. Bohinj lake and Savica waterfall (Bohinj area)- entrance fee
  10. Mostnica gorges (Bohinj area)- entrance fee
  11. Vintgar gorges (Bled area)-  entrance fee

TOP 4 ACTIVITIES IN TRIGLAV NATIONAL PARK 

  1. Soca Trail
  2. Julian Alps Hiking Trail
  3. Via Alpina
  4. the Slovenian mountain Trail