Safety informationThe trail from the Tonocov grad archaeological site to the Soča River requires caution because it includes stairs which can get slippery and because it crosses the main road Kobarid - Bovec.
The trail to the Kozjak Waterfall is highly visited during the summer months. Extra caution is advised at the last section of the trail, just in front of the waterfall, because it often gets crowded.
Tips, hints and linksIf you do not have plenty of time you can decide to take a shorter circular trail by parking in the vicinity of the Napoleon’s Bridge across the Soča River. from here, follow the signs for the Kozjak Waterfall and visit the remnants of World War I and Mali Kozjak and Veliki Kozjak Waterfalls. On the return, follow the same trail you came from for a while and then cross the Soča River across the wooden footbridge. Return past Kamp Lazar and continue along the Soča River to the Napoleon’s Bridge which offers splendid views of the ravine of the Soča River.
The trail to the Kozjak Waterfall is highly visited in July and August. There is a parking lot available at the Napoleon’s Bridge which fills up quickly. During the top tourist season it is recommended that you park in the centre of Kobarid (Kobarid Community Centre) or in the vicinity of the cemetery.
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