A mountain walk to Viševnik, Julian Alps, Slovenia

by David Robertson ~ 22-Sep-2009 ~ updated 13-Aug-2010

Walk 6 – a mountain walk to Viševnik from Rudno Polje (near Bled), from a Walking Guide of Slovenia.

Near Viševnik in the Julian Alps

Near Viševnik in the Julian Alps

Located off the main Triglav massif, Viševnik affords stunning views towards Slovenia’s highest summit and the eastern Julian Alps.

Triglav, Slovenia's highest mountain

Triglav, Slovenia's highest mountain

Start/Finish – Rudno Polje

Distance – 11.8km/7.3miles

Height gain – approx 700m

Time – 5h04min

Grade – strenuous; a high level mountain wealk but with no real difficulties.

Recommended map(s) – are either the 1:50 000 Triglavski Narodni Park or the Julijske Alpe vzhodni del (eastern) map published by PZS, who also publish the 1:25 000 Triglav map. There is also a 1:30 000 Bled map published by GZS

Equipment – Walking boots, walking sticks. See our clothing and walking equipment page for more recommendations.

Refreshments on route – Drinks and basic meals at Blejska Koča (summer months only).  See our mountain huts of Slovenia page more information.

Updates to the 2010, 3rd Edition – There are no updates.

Public transport – none.   Access by car only.

Accommodation in Bled – Bled has a huge range of accommodation to choose from.

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There are also two camping sites nearby. You will need to book in the summer months! Visit our “Holiday in Bled” page for more information.

Triglav from Viševnik in the Julian Alps, Slovenia

Triglav from Viševnik in the Julian Alps, Slovenia

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