Hiking in Bohinj is suitable for all generations of nature lovers
The area is intersected with marked hiking trails of all levels. You can enjoy guided tours, and accommodation in mountain. If you choose to do it alone, you should always study some hiking guides or maps, to prevent accidents or getting lost, as for an inexperienced hiker Alps can be very unpredictable. We recommend the route descriptions including distances on I Feel Slovenia website https://www.slovenia.info/en/things-to-do/active-holidays/hiking and a Bohinj hiking map with marked hiking trails.
There is a lot of guided hiking tours and adventures, organised to make you feel the beat of the region and enjoy the mountains.
One of the more popular easy hikes from Lake Bohinj leads to Slapovi Mostnice.
Savica Waterfall is one of the most iconic waterfalls in Slovenia. It is more of an uphill walk along a road (4km) than a hike, but the beautiful waterfall is worth it.
Mountain Viševnik is a little more challenging. It is 2050m high, and offers unforgettable view of the Pokljuka plateau and Julian Alps.
Speaking of more challenging destinations, Triglav, Slovenia’s tallest mountain lies at 2,864 meters upon the sea level. The hikes from the Bohinj side all take 2-4 days, depending on how much distance you can cover.
If you feel tired of ordinary hikes and want to try something new, you can try (if it is the right time of year) snowshoeing. For all the romantic souls, there is also a possibility of an evening hike in torchlight adventure.