Following the trails of Arnold Rikli - Women's hill Hom
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The Hom hill is delineated by the Bled corner north of Bled. The Vintgar Gorge is located behind Hom, which was carved by the Radovna river and is generally one of the most visited natural attractions in Slovenia.
- We recommend the use of the ARikli app to learn more at individual points and even do some exercises.
- Do not forget to bring the camera.
- A map of Bled/hiking trail will be of help.
Rest stopsBled Rose Hotel
- For the most part the path follows the local road, and on the way back through the forest it partially follows a forest road.
- Follow the signposts along the path.
Tips and hintsTIC INFOCENTER Triglavska roža Bled
Ljubljanska cesta 27, SI-4260 Bled
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +386 (0)4 5780 205
Websites: http://www.bled.si; http://www.tnp.si
TIC - Tourist Association Bled
Cesta svobode 10, SI-4260 Bled
Phone: +386 4 5741 122
From the Spa Park we follow the Cesta svobode road to the bus station and ascend through the settlement of Grad to the Prešernova cesta road and then to the Partizanska cesta road junction. We follow this road until we reach the northern bypass, which we cross, then we keep following the Partizanska cesta road and the main local roads to Zasip. When we arrive at the Pri Kureju inn, we follow the signposts uphill between the houses and then take the steep access road uphill to St. Catherine. There is a viewpoint west of the church. From the intersection by the church we follow a dirt road, first toward the east and then north. There is a playground on the right. From here, a dirt forest road leads through the forest to the north and turns right downhill at the edge of the plateau. We follow the forest road that descends and turns in a slight arc back to the south toward Bled. Upon descending we can see the access points to the Zipline Dolinka on the left, and the road takes us to the meadows and fields east of the village of Zasip. From here we keep walking on a narrow asphalt road through the settlement. We follow the signposts and arrive back to the Bled–Zasip access road in the immediate vicinity of the Kurej inn. Here, we turn left, then to the south again and take the same path as when descending from Bled to Zasip to return to Bled on the Partizanska cesta road and further on through the hamlet of Grad to the Spa Park.
Public-transport-friendlyYou can get to Bled by bus or by train to the nearest railway stations of Bled Jezero or Lesce Bled. More information is available at: https://www.bled.si/en/information/how-to-get-to-bled/
The hike starts and ends at the Spar Park by the edge of the Lakeside promenade in Bled, which is 200 m away from the Bled main bus station.
By roadYou may get to the starting point by car in Bled from the direction of Lesce (exit from the Ljubljana – Karavanke motorway) or on local roads from Bohinj or Jesenice.
ParkingSeveral payable parking areas are available in Bled: https://www.bled.si/en/information/getting-around-bled/20190920131938/parking-lots
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- We recommend light hiking shoes or sports shoes and clothes that are appropriate to the time of year.
- Bring water or beverage with you.
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