A trail that does not conquer mountain tops but leads you in a respectful distance of the peaks along the edge of the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park.
It takes you where you will feel the true pulse of life in the Julian Alps and learn about the rich natural and cultural heritage of this magnificent and astonishing alpine world that abounds in biodiversity. It will challenge you to find your role in relation to nature and responsible tourism.
The Juliana Trail seeks different heroes – those that aspire advancement in their spirit as well as altitude. The Juliana Trail is a fairly non-demanding, educational, circular trail, inviting you to discover, learn and experience barely noticeable small natural wonders that can bring about an unusual feeling called happiness.
PUT ON YOUR HIKING SHOES AND EXPLORE THE TREASURE TROVE OF NATURAL BEAUTY IN THE JULIAN ALPS
Online guide for Juliana Trail - check maps, 3D previews and GPS tracks (GPX, KML) for each stage. There is also Juliana Trail mobile app available for download for iPhone and Android. The trail is safe and mostly easy to navigate as it follows marked paths, forest roads and mountain trails, logically connecting destinations around the Julian Alps. Circumnavigation of the Julian Alps along the Juliana Trail follows the stages listed below, but start and finish points can be adjusted to your preferences.
The stage runs from the tourist pearl of Brda, i.e. the medieval village of Šmartno, over the Sabotin hill to Solkan. The route connects Brda with ...
from Turizem Bohinj,
The Julian Alps
Guide book and collecting stamps
You can now collect 24 stamps (usually one per stage, in some places even two) on the Juliana Trail. Locations of the stamps are marked. We issued a new version of the trail guide book and added a section for collecting stamps (you will also need an ink pad). . Whoever collects the stamps and sends the stamps section to our Juliana Trail Booking Centre, will receive an occasional diploma and a prize.
The price of the guide is 4 €. You can buy the guide at one of the 25 points of sale (mostly Tourist Information Centers) and in the online stores of individual destinations. NOTE: Unfortunately, we do not offer the shipping outside EU.
No matter whether you arrive by train or a bus. The Julian Alps are well connected. Read more about mobility options in the Julian Alps and about the benefits cards provided by some destinations for your convenience.