JULIANA TRAIL – overall tour
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Tolminska koritaPhoto: Michael Matti, The Julian Alps
Track typesShow elevation profile
Rest stopsAlpine Village
The Slovenian Alpine Museum
The main square Toneta Čufarja
Finžgar’s birth house
The Avsenik Museum
Radovljica Tourist Information Centre
Museum of Apiculture
Infocenter Triglavska roža Bled
Tourist Information Centre - Ribčev Laz
Zois Manor with Clock Tower
MARKET IN BOHINJSKA BISTRICA
Lake at Most na Soči
Centre of Adventures under Mangart
Safety informationThe trail is long but on each stage there is enough water and food supplies. Almost everywhere is telephone signal. Parts of the trail on two staged are secured also with wire rope.
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Stage 1: Kranjska Gora–Mojstrana
Stage 2: Mojstrana–Jesenice
Stage 3: Jesenice–Begunje
Stage 4: Begunje–Bled
Stage 5: Bled–Goreljek na Pokljuki
Stage 6: Goreljek na Pokljuki–Stara Fužina
Stage 7: Stara Fužina–Bohinjska Bistrica
Stage 8: Bohinjska Bistrica–Podbrdo
Stage 9: Podbrdo–Grahovo ob Bači
Stage 10: Grahovo ob Bači–Most na Soči
Stage 11: Most na Soči–Tolmin
Stage 12: Tolmin–Kobarid
Stage 13: Kobarid–Bovec
Stage 14: Bovec–Log pod Mangartom
Stage 15: Log pod Mangartom–Trbiž/Tarvisio
Stage 16: Trbiž/Tarvisio–Kranjska Gora
The length of the trail is 267 km, divided into 16 daily stages of 18-25 km. The overall altitude difference is 7163 m of ascents and 7173 m of descents.
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EquipmentRecommended good hiking shoes and clothes, with hiking poles, drinks and food in backpack.
- 16 Stages
The stage 1 leads you along the Sava Dolinka Valley and partially on the edges of the Karavanke mountain range, and connects the winter and summer ...
The stage 2 runs from Mojstrana through Dovje and the foothills of the Karavanke to the ironworks city of Jesenice. In the last section, the trail ...
Stage 3 starts in the ironworks city of Jesenice, over Dobraško polje and over the Sava Dolinka River to the villages beneath Stol, where the ...
Stage 4 is a flat stage that connects Begunje, a village below the Karavanke mountains, Radovljica, the cultural capital of the Julian Alps, and ...
The stage starts at Lake Bled and continues through Gorje, the Pokljuka Gorge and a few steep ascents over Kranjska planina Pasture and Planina ...
The stage runs through the forests and pastures of Pokljuka, and descends to Gorjuše, Koprivnik and Jereka in the Upper Bohinj Valley.
A short stage of the trail runs from Stara Fužina, Ribčev Laz near Lake Bohinj on unpaved roads and paths across the panoramic Dobrava meadows to ...
Centuries before the construction of roads and railways connected Bohinj and the Primorska region, this trail was one of a few options for people ...
The stage takes us through the sunny and magical alpine villages high above Baška grapa, hidden to the majority of visitors travelling along the ...
This stage takes us above and through the lower part of Baška grapa across the panoramic Senica to the Soča Valley, and ends in the picturesque ...
The stage between Most na Soči and Tolmin is a short and panoramic walk along the green accumulation lake.
The stage from Tolmin to Kobarid is quite flat and runs in the valley. The entire stage is hiked – as local people say – along the sunny side of ...
The stage runs through the gorge of Kobarid and Trnovo, along the Soča River, i.e. in the part where the river is most picturesque and wild.
This is a picturesque trail stage that runs past the remains of WWI to Log pod Mangartom, one of the most beautiful villages of the Juliana Hiking ...
This is the highest ascent on the Primorska side of Juliana – from Log pod Mangartom we make approximately 600 metres in altitude to Predil Pass ...
This stage runs from Tarvisio, following the cycling-hiking route to Slovenian-Italian border at Rateče, from where the local side road takes you ...
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