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Triglav National Park

Bicycle Ride · Julian Alps
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This cycling tour takes you to the magnificent valleys of the Julian Alps. You will enjoy in the views of the only national park in Slovenia, i.e. the Triglav National Park.
Distance 54.9 km
5:02 h
637 m
637 m
On the cycling tour that starts and ends in Bled, you will cycle along the magnificent valley of the Radovna River through the villages Spodnje and Zgornje Gorje. The tour takes you the glacial valley of Krma where you can rest at Kovinarska koča mountain hut and enjoy in the views of the steep northern walls of high mountains. The trail takes you to Mojstrana with the Slovenian Alpine Museum, and then you continue along the cycling route alongside the Sava Dolinka River to Jesenice, which is a well-known ironworks city. Return to Bled through Kočna and Spodnje Gorje, where you can visit the famous Vintgar Gorge before you end your tour.

Author’s recommendation

We recommend you to visit Pocar Homestead in Radovna (   ), the Slovenian Alpine Museum in Mojstrana (  ) and the Vintgar Gorge.
Highest point
873 m
Lowest point
500 m
Best time of year

Safety information

  • The tour is suitable for mountain, trekking and road bicycles.
  • Consider traffic signalisation.
  • If you want to avoid steep hills we recommend you to return from Radovna to Bled along the same road.

Tips and hints

TIC INFOCENTER Triglavska roža Bled

Ljubljanska cesta 27, SI – 4260 Bled


Tel: +386 (0)4 5780 205

Web address: http://www.bled.si    


TIC - Turistično Društvo Bled

Cesta svobode 10, SI – 4260 Bled


Tel: +386 (0)4 5741 122

Web address: 


TIC Mojstrana - Slovenian Alpine Museum

Triglavska cesta 49, SI - 4281 Mojstrana


Tel: +386 (0)8 380 67 30

Web address:  


TIC Jesenice

Cesta maršala Tita 18, SI - 4270 Jesenice


Tel: +386 (0)4 5863 178

Web address:  


Infocenter Triglavska roža Bled. (502 m)
46.368851, 14.118558
46°22'07.9"N 14°07'06.8"E
33T 432202 5135408


Infocenter Triglavska roža Bled.

Turn-by-turn directions


The tour starts in front of the Triglavska roža Bled Info Centre and continues along the road on the right side of Mercator shop. At the end of the street, turn left and cross Seliška cesta, where you reach the cycling route. Turn right and ride along the cycling route to Rečica.


Continue along the main road towards the Pokljuka Plateau through Spodnje and Zgornje Gorje. Follow the signs for Pokljuka to reach Zgornje Gorje. In Krnica, turn right from the main road and slightly descend (direction: Radovna and Mojstrana) where you cross the wooden bridge over the Radovna River. Turn left and continue cycling along the asphalt road through the valley. In the crossroad for Mojstrana and Zgornja Radovna, continue straight on towards Krma and you will soon reach the unpaved road. Continue along the unpaved road to Krma, where you reach Kovinarska koča alpine hut after a few kilometres.


Return to the crossroad for Mojstrana on the same road and turn left in the crossroad, where you drive to Zgornja Radovna. Psnak Inn is on the right side of the road, continue along the main road and start ascending to Mojstrana. This is a short but very steep ascent (18%) followed by a long and wonderful descend to Mojstrana. Turn right when you come to the village (the street is marked "Pot v Radovno") and the main road that takes you past a small ski centre (on the right) and the Church of St Klemen (on the left).


Continue cycling to the Sava Dolinka River and turn right on the cycling route before the bridge. The cycling route is marked D-2. Continue along the cycling route, where you have to overcome some short, but steep climbs (10–17%). Follow the signs for Jesenice. When the cycling route ends, drive to Jesenice and through the part known as Podmežakla, cycle straight on or follow red cycling signs that direct you to Bled.


When reaching the bridge over the Sava Dolinka River (on the left), continue straight on and slightly ascend (be cautious because this is a section with most traffic). Follow the signs for Pokljuka and Spodnje Gorje until you reach the crossroad for Bled, ride straight on. You soon start to ascend (the climb is initially gently sloping and steep at the end), a beautiful view of Jesenice opens up on the right side.


When you reach the top, you come to Kočna and continue straight on along the main road. After a few kilometres, you come to Spodnje Gorje, where you cross the Radovna River. After a short ascent you come to a turning for Vintgar Gorge (visit is highly recommended). Turn left in the crossroad and descend through the village. Keep on the left side and follow the signs for Bled. When you reach the crossroad for Pokljuka and Zgornje Gorje, turn right and follow the same route where you started your cycling tour, return to the starting point in front of the Triglavska roža Info Centre in Bled.


all notes on protected areas

Public transport


You can take the bus, or travel by train to the nearby railway stations of Bled Jezero or Lesce-Bled. For more info visit our website: 

Getting there

You can get to the starting point in Bled by car from Lesce (Ljubljana-Karavanke motorway exit) or from other regional roads from Bohinj or Jesenice.


There are several public pay carparks in Bled: .


46.368851, 14.118558
46°22'07.9"N 14°07'06.8"E
33T 432202 5135408
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Bled – cycling trails.


Bike, helmet and key-lock (if you plan to stop at the museum and Vintgar Gorge).

Basic Equipment for Bike Riding

  • Cycling helmet
  • Cycling gloves
  • Sturdy, comfortable and preferably waterproof footwear
  • Layered, moisture wicking clothing
  • Rucksack (with rain cover)
  • Protection against sun, rain and wind (hat, sunscreen, water- and windproof jacket)
  • Sunglasses
  • Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
  • Cell phone
  • Cash
  • Navigation equipment / map and compass

Technical Equipment for Bike Riding

  • Air pump or CO2 pump including cartridges
  • Puncture repair kit
  • Replacement inner tube
  • Tire levers
  • Chain tool
  • Hex keys
  • Phone / device holder as required  
  • Bike lock as required
  • Where applicable, the bike must meet requirements for road use by having a bell, front and rear lamps and spoke reflectors
  • The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
  • For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
  • Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.

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