Slovenia Walking

Category: Walks in Slovenia Guidebook

Walks in Slovenia, including the Julian Alps, the Triglav National Park, Bled, Bohinj, the Soca Valley, Kranjska Gora and Logarska Dolina

34. Rogla on the Pohorje Massif

Walk 34 – a walk from Rogla to the Lovrenška jezera on the Pohorje massif, from a Walking Guide to Slovenia. The Porhorje Massif near Rogla Beginning at Rogla, a skiing centre, this walk meanders across Pohorje to the small pools of Lovrenška jezera. Be careful not to disturb the waters as you may upset the goblin, Jezernik. He   … Read the rest

35. Pohorje – Veliki Šumik

Walk 35 – a walk on the Pohorje massif to the waterfall Veliki Šumik, from a Walking Guide to Slovenia. The heavily wooded Pohorje massif, the ‘lungs of Maribor’, is a popular spot for Slovenians all year round. In the heart of this area lies one of Eastern Slovenia’s beauty spots, the Šumik waterfalls, hidden deep in virgin forest.  … Read the rest

33. Virštanj vineyards

Walk 33 – a walk through the vineyards of Virštanj, from a Walking Guide to Slovenia. Sv Filip and Jakob, Virštanj A rural ramble on quiet country roads through the Virštanj vineyards. Lovely at any time of year but during the grape harvest in autumn must be best. Start/Finish – at the Gostišče Banovina in Virštanj Roadside shine near   … Read the rest

32. Rogaška Slatina

Walk 32 – a walk starting at Rogaška Slatina, from a Walking Guide to Slovenia. Sv Florjan, near Rogaška Slatina Quiet country roads take you on an easy ramble through countryside of mixed farming and vineyards near the spa town of Rogaška Slatina, famous for it’s curative mineral water. Klopotci or wind rattle, bird scarer Start/Finish – Rogaška Slatina  … Read the rest

41. Podolševa and Govca

Walk 41 – a walk from Podolševa to Govca on the Austrian border, from a Walking Guide to Slovenia. The cave Potočka Zijavka One of our favourite walks! A wonderful mountain ridge walk with a 360degree panorama along the Austrian border.  The route also passes the cave Potoćka Zijavka where, in 1928 bones of the cave bear and tools   … Read the rest