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Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps Self Guided Walking Holiday
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Highlights

  • Walking through flower filled alpine meadows beneath the snow capped peaks of the Julian Alps.
  • Soaking up the views along the best sections of the Via Alpina.
  • Indulging in the traditional Slovenian dish of wind cured karst prosciutto ham.
  • Exploring the Romanesque towers and Renaissance secrets of Bled Castle.
  • Arriving at the blue waters of Lake Bohinj in the heart of Triglav National Park.

Explore the mountains and lakes of Slovenia’s Julian Alps as you follow the Via Alpina from the tranquil village of Jezersko to Lake Bohinj at the heart of the Triglav National Park. Following well marked trails you will walk across forested plateaus, through deep river gorges and across flower filled Alpine meadows with the snow capped peaks of the Julian Alps as your constant companions. Medieval castles, churches and traditional mountain villages bring the walk to life and immerse you in the friendly Slovenian culture.

Your holiday begins with two nights in the small romantic village of Jezersko in the Kokra Valley. You then walk up the northern side of the Kamnik Alps—Goli Vrh—which rewards with wonderful Alpine views, before descending to the town of Preddvor and then on through the peaceful Draga Valley. Your walk continues along mountain ridges, meadows and valley floors via Bled to finish at Lake Bohinj, the jewel at the heart of the Triglav National Park.

Slovenia’s Julian Alps, located on the border with Austria, have always been a cross roads and this is reflected in the rich culture, architecture, music, history and food of this beguiling region. Highlights include the baroque Church of St. Petrus, Kamen Castle, Kremna Reszina pastries, karst prosciutto ham, borovnica blueberry schnapps and a lively folk music scene.

DAY 1: Arrive in Jezersko

The village of Jezersko is situated in the Kokra Valley in an idyllic location between the towering Kamnik-Savinja Alps and the Karavanke mountains on the Austrian border. Jezersko is easily accessible by public transport from Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana, just 30km away.


On arrival at your hotel you will have a welcome meeting in the evening (6/6.30pm) with our local representative. They will give you all the information you need including detailed route notes, maps and local information and answer any last minute questions you may have.


Overnight: Jezersko, 3 star hotel.


DAY 2: Circular walk from Jezersko

Today you can look forward to a delightful walk to the Ceska Koca mountain hut. Situated at 1543m above sea level, the mountain hut is one of the oldest in Slovenia and it gives an outstanding view of the two parallel valleys. Your return route to Jezersko takes you past the glacial Shepherds Lake to bring you back to Jezersko.


Walk: 7km, 640m ascent/descent, 5hrs


Overnight: Jezersko, 3 star hotel.


DAY 3: Walk to Goli Vrh

Following a car you walk up the northern side of the Kamnik Alps - Goli Vrh. A  meadow and forest walk brings you to an amazing viewpoint above the Jezersko  valley. With one foot in Slovenia and the other in Austria, you’ll enjoy splendid views of the Grintovec range.


After returning back to your hotel, you’ll be transferred to the little town of Preddvor. Historical attractions abound including the 15th century Castle Turn, Grad Preddvor Mansion and the 12th century Church of St. Peter.


Walk: 14km, 700m ascent/descent, 5-6hrs


Overnight: Preddvor, 3 star country inn.


DAY 4: Circular walk to Jacobs Church

Today brings a slightly more demanding yet wonderful hike, full of splendid vistas. It begins with an ascent up to St. Jacobs Church, which in the days of Turkish raids served as refugee fortress and shelter. Your walk continues through deep forests of fir and spruce and across steep hillsides covered with alpine flowers to the hut at Hudicev borst; the perfect spot for a picnic! After a full day’s walk you can take a freshening dip in Crnjava lake just before returning back to your hotel.


Walk: 13km, 850m ascent/descent,  6hrs


Overnight: Preddvor, 3 star country inn.


DAY 5: Walk to Begunje

Your day starts with a transfer to Ljubelj on the Austrian border, the starting point for a very interesting walk. The trail leads through an underground tunnel, originally dug by merchants in order to reduce the travelling time between the Slovenian state of Carniola and the Austrian state of Carinthia. As you emerge the trail follows an ancient shepherd’s route into the verdant Draga Valley.


Walking through a landscape of rich meadows and deep silent mountain forests you soon reach the historic village of Begunje. This is the home of the famous Slavco Avesnik Oberkrainer band, the primary exponents of ethnic Slovenian music. You will surely wish to visit the 12th century Kamen Castle and the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque delights of 15th century Katzenstein Mansion.


Walk: 12.5km, 250m ascent, 700m descent, 4hrs


Overnight:  Begunje, 4 star hotel.


DAY 6: Walk to Bled

In contrast to the previous days of hillwalking, this morning you hike across the upper Carniolan plain. A slight ascent will take you to St Catherins Church. You’ll already be able to see Bled Castle, perched overlooking the beautiful lake, but to reach the town, don’t miss the short diversion through the stunning 1.6km Vintgar Gorge, carved 150m deep into the mountain strata by the turbulent Radovna river.


Bled is a uniquely picturesque town sitting on the shores of the glacial Lake Bled and overlooked by the imposing medieval Bled Castle perched atop a rocky ridge. Traditional wooden barges called Pletna ply their trade to a small island that is the location of the Assumption of Mary Pilgrimage Church, itself sitting on the site of a temple of Ziva, the Slavic goddess of love and fertility.


There is no better way to finish your day’s walk than with a welcome vanilla and cream kremna rezina pastry while overlooking the lake.


Walk: 18.5km, 275m ascent, 300m descent, 5 hrs


Overnight:  Bled, 4 star hotel.


DAY 7: Walk to Lake Bohinj

Today you start with a transfer up to the Pokljuka plateau in the Triglav National Park to walk across mountain pastures rich in Julian poppies, edelweiss and bellflowers. The high peaks are the realm of sure footed chamois, ibex and lynx and griffon vultures circle on the thermals high above.


Walking in the clear alpine air you pass traditional farmhouses to bring you to a view point that provides views far down into the Bohinj Valley. Descending into the valley the route brings you to the historic village of Studor. Travel back in time at the village ethnographic museum and walk amongst the traditional hayracks that have been declared an architectural monument.


Your final destination is Lake Bohinj, the largest lake in Slovenia and the jewel in the heart of the Triglav National Park. Legend says that God gave the humble citizens of the lake the most beautiful part of Slovenia and the location surrounded by the Julian Alps is indeed sublime.   In the small lakeshore settlement of Ribcev Laz, sit back and relax with a glass of borovnica blueberry schnapps, coupled with a dish of karst prosciutto ham.


Walk: 12km, 200m ascent, 960m descent, 5 hrs


Overnight: Lake Bohinj, 4 star hotel.


DAY 8: Onward Travel

Your adventure finishes after breakfast, though you may wish to add further nights to enjoy the many attractions that Lake Bohinj has to offer.


Additional Nights and Extensions

You can add additional nights at any point before, during of after the walk or in Ljubljana.

Accommodation

We specifically select your accommodation to ensure that you enjoy every minute of your stay in Slovenia. You will stay for 4 nights in 3* hotels/inns, and 3 nights in a 4* hotel. All offer comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms, a warm welcome to walkers, traditional hospitality and delicious local food.


Alternate accommodation

We will always try and accommodate you at the locations detailed in the itinerary, but because of limited availability in high season we may have to accommodate you at an alternative location of the same or better standard. We will confirm your accommodation details on confirming your reservation.


Single Rooms

If you require single rooms within your party we would be happy to accommodate you although there is a single room supplement payable.


Solo Walkers

This holiday is available for solo walkers but we would recommend that you are experienced in walking and navigating alone. If you are traveling solo the holiday is slightly more expensive as some costs are not share.


Meals

A delicious breakfast is included each morning. Most accommodations are happy to provide a packed lunch - this should be requested on arrival. Or you can pick up lunch in the village or stop along the trail. If you choose the half board option dinner is included or alternatively you can eat at the hotel or a local restaurant each night.

Availability

This holiday is available to start on any day between mid May until mid October.


Time of Year

The best months for walking are in the summer months between June and September when the wild flowers are in still in bloom, the weather is fair and the higher alpine trails are clear of snow.


Single Rooms & Solo Walkers

If you require single rooms within your party we would be happy to accommodate you although there is a single room supplement payable. This holiday is available for solo walkers but we would recommend that you are experienced in walking and navigating alone. If you are travelling solo the holiday is slightly more expensive as some costs are not shared.


Grade & Terrain

This walk is graded moderate and includes daily walks of between 7 and 18.5 km following footpaths, tracks and mountain paths.


Navigation & Route Notes

The walks generally follow the Via Alpina, which is well marked and we also supply you with turn by turn route notes and detailed maps so you will have no problem following the route each day.


Baggage Transfer

Your bags will be transferred between your accommodation as per your itinerary. We ask you to limit your luggage to one bag of up to 20kg per person.


Travel Insurance

It is a requirement of booking this tour with Macs Adventure that you have suitable travel insurance which covers you for the activity and emergency evacuation and hospital care.


General Information

The distances and ascent/descents are approximations of the recommended routes. Please be prepared by packing all necessary items, for example, proper rain gear (jacket and pants),sun hat, sunscreen. Your information pack has a detailed equipment list which includes standard walking gear such as good walking boots or shoes, warm and waterproof clothes for the cooler months and lightweight clothing for summer, and a day pack.


Getting to Jezersko/From Lake Bohinj

Jezersko is located just 30km from Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana. Many low cost airlines fly into Ljubljana Airport including Easyjet, Wizz Air, and Flybe.From the airport: We would recommend booking our optional airport transfer service from Ljubljana Airport to Jezersko as this is the quickest option (~45min). Alternatively take the airport bus to Ljubljana (45mins) or to Kranj (15mins) and a connecting service to Jezersko (2 hours total).


From Lake Bohin, again the quickest and easiest option is to book our optional airport transfer.


Bohinj has a railway station in Bohinjska Bistrica, 5 km from your hotel. It is on the Jesenice - Nova Gorica sideline, only a few trains a day.  From the village of Ribcev Laz there are buses to Ljubljana (2hrs) whereupon connecting buses serve Ljubljana Airport (45mins). A good resource to check timetables and fares is the Slovenian Travel Information website.

Getting to Jezersko/From Lake Bohinj

Jezersko is located just 30km from Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana. Many low cost airlines fly into Ljubljana Airport including Easyjet, Wizz Air, and Flybe.From the airport: We would recommend booking our optional airport transfer service from Ljubljana Airport to Jezersko as this is the quickest option (~45min). Alternatively take the airport bus to Ljubljana (45mins) or to Kranj (15mins) and a connecting service to Jezersko (2 hours total).


From Lake Bohin, again the quickest and easiest option is to book our optional airport transfer.


Bohinj has a railway station in Bohinjska Bistrica, 5 km from your hotel. It is on the Jesenice - Nova Gorica sideline, only a few trains a day. From the village of Ribcev Laz there are buses to Ljubljana (2hrs) whereupon connecting buses serve Ljubljana Airport (45mins). A good resource to check timetables and fares is the Slovenian Travel Information website.

Included

  • 7 Nights accommodation in hand picked small hotels and country inns. (4 nights 3*, 3 nights 4*).
  • 7 Breakfasts.
  • Door to door baggage transfer as per itinerary (1 bag per person/max.20 kg).
  • Welcome meeting and briefing on evening of day 1 (6pm).
  • Detailed pictured route descriptions with maps and a pre departure information pack.
  • 24-hour assistance by phone from our office/local representative in the event of a problem.
  • Transfers on days 3, 4, 5 and 7 as per itinerary.

Excluded

  • Flights and transfers to first/from last accommodation.
  • Travel to the start and form the end of the walk.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Entrance fees to gorges.
  • Personal equipment and expenses such as phone calls, extra transfers, tips, etc.
  • Lunches, dinners, snacks and drinks.
  • Any items not specifically mentioned in the program.
  • Taxi transfers or public transport should you need to skip a stage.

Extras

  • Single room supplement if applicable.
  • Additional nights during the walk.
  • Half board.
  • Airport transfers (from/to Ljubjlana airport). Minimum 2 persons.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are often asked the following questions and I hope that you will find the answers useful. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further queries.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We suggest you book as soon as your plans are finalised as this holiday is extremely popular. You will find up to date availability on our website and we will always try and accommodate your plans.

How fit do I need to be?

This walking holiday is graded moderate. The itinerary involves daily walks of between 7 and 18.5km following footpaths, tracks and mountain paths. Some of the ascents and descents are steep and can be exposed so require a good head for heights and be sure-footed in places. You should have a good level of walking fitness to get the most from this holiday.

Which is the best airport to fly to?

The nearest airport is Ljubljana just 30km away from Jesersko. Check out the travel details for more detailed information.

How do the baggage transfers work?

Your bags will be transferred between your accommodation as per your itinerary. We ask you to limit your luggage to one bag of up to 20kg per person.

What personal equipment do I need?

You will need good walking shoes/boots, comfortable walking clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, a day pack, warm clothing in the early/late part of the year and hats etc during the summer. We supply a detailed packing list with your information pack.  

When is the best time of year?

The best months for walking are in the summer months between June and September when the wild flowers are in still in bloom, the weather is fair and the higher alpine trails are clear of snow.

What happens if I can't walk stage?

You can use public transport or local taxis to continue your next overnight stop.

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4.5

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Pros

  • Well organised (11)
  • Fun (7)
  • Great accommodations (7)

Cons

  • Exhausting (3)

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5.0

We loved Slovinia

By First holiday no kids in 20yrs!

from London

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Pros

  • Great Accommodations
  • Well Organised

Cons

  • Exhausting

Best Uses

  • Holiday
  • Trying Something New

Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

We loved Slovinia. Some walks were a challenge but well worth it. We built in extra day in Bled and at the end too at lake Bonhinj (beautiful) which was needed for rest and to explore. Accommodation was great and food a surprisly good.

 
4.0

Well Organized, Beautiful Moutain Views

By SMR

from Canada

About Me World Traveller

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Great Accommodations
  • Well Organised

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Holiday
    • Trying Something New

    Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

    This was a very enjoyable trip! Slovenia is absolutely beautiful. The accommodations were great - some small inns with super friendly staff, and some bigger hotels with spa services.

    The mountain hikes were challenging but worth it. Mac's local partner, Helia, provided great manuals to help with directions on the hikes. The only negative about the hikes themselves was that a lot of construction is being done on logging roads, which at times made the directions confusing and at other times ruined the scenery.

    We did this trip in August, and it was very hot. If I were to go again, I would choose a cooler month!

     
    4.0

    Challenging hiking in beautiful surroundings

    By Colette

    from Cobham, Surrey

    About Me World Traveller

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    Pros

    • Fun
    • Well Organised

    Cons

    • Exhausting
    • Poor Accommodations

    Best Uses

    • Holiday
    • Trying Something New

    Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

    This is a great trip to visit beautiful, unspoilt Slovenia -however we found the days were longer than the book said due to the challenging terrain and some of the route guiding was quite tricky, particularly when the roads were being dug up!
    The hotels could be tricky to find at the end of the day, one was not even on our map and we had to ask locally. Twin beds were not always provided which we asked for.
    We really enjoyed Slovenia with all the stunning scenery and lovely helpful people, we caught busses to save money and they were luxurious and very cheap!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Do this trip

    By Dave and Laura

    from Leicester

    About Me Occasional Traveller

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    Pros

    • Fun
    • Great Accommodations
    • Once in a Lifetime Experience
    • Well Organised

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Holiday
    • Trying Something New

    Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

    Mountains and lakes of Julian Alps was really a first class walking holiday. We - Father and Daughter (Mid 50's and Uni student respectively) are dog walkers with occasional hill walks in Derbyshire. Taking this into account this trip pushed us physically, but the rewards were incredible. Good accommodation, good self guide maps and routes. You will need to take proper stiff soled hiking boots - walking shoes are not suitable. We had a day off in Ljubljana ( well worth it ) and a day off in Bled - though we think a day off around lake Bohnji may have been a better bet as its the most beautiful area and the swimming ( cold - very! ) really good ( once you were completely numb )
    Forget the taxis - very expensive - typically €70 - 90 for transfers either end - we did the whole lot on the very good and much cheaper public bus service - pay as you get on. Arrival - Airport to Jezeresko via Kranj ( bus to Jez from Kranj about 6 times daily - last two 1530 and 1730 ) and departure Bohnji to Airport via Kranj - all the info you need is with the tourist offices or at the bus stations. Overall this was a superb trip - Slovenia is a very friendly, polite and clean country and one of the best ways of getting under the fabric of the place is to do this trip.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Last minute plan - awesome walk!

    By Becs

    from New zealand

    About Me Avid Adventurer, World Traveller

    Pros

    • Challenging
    • Fun
    • Great Accommodations
    • Well Organised

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Active trip
      • Holiday

      Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

      We booked this fairly last minute, but everything went smoothly. Within a few days, we had the trip confirmed which was great. The first few days of the walk are definitely the best, with the most amazing views of the entire week. It is actually quite a physically demanding trip, with 4 days out of the 6 uphill slogs. The second day up goli vrh is really quite steep, and a good gut buster! The walk to lake bled was slightly dull, and it did feel like we were going on a very roundabout way just to make up the hours of walking. The local company helia were good, the guide we met in jezersko was brilliant. The road books were fairly easy to follow day by day. Definitely a great way to see parts of Slovenia you probably wouldn't see otherwise. All the transfers went well, our bags made it to all destinations before us which was good. We had a few episodes of wet and cold weather, but that's life, go prepared and it's fine! All in all, Slovenia is beautiful,and this was a great way to see more it.

       
      5.0

      An Excellent Experience

      By Greg

      from Maine, USA

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      Pros

      • Breathtaking Scenery
      • Great Accommodations
      • Well Organised
      • Would Do It Again

      Cons

      • NONE

      Best Uses

      • Holiday

      Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

      We were really impressed with this trip. The Julian Alps were breathtaking and the hiking was excellent. We felt that our accomodations were of very high standards. The guidebook provided was easy to use, though we found having a GPS valuable to measure distances from navigation point to navigation point Some of the hiking days were much better than others, from the perspective of scenery, difficulty, etc, and overall it was an excellent trip. I do believe that some of the total distances are understanted by 3 or 4 km based upon my own GPS readings.

       
      4.0

      Tough at times, but well worth the effort!

      By Greg San

      from Peak District

      About Me Avid Adventurer, Retired Climber

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      Pros

      • Fun
      • Great people
      • Spectacular scenery
      • Well Organised

      Cons

      • Steep Climb To Reach View

      Best Uses

      • Different Country
      • Mountain Walking

      Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

      Bottom line - a great trip! Beware of the weather - it can force plan changes, but the Helia team are very supportive and flexible. Some sections are a little exposed, and this is a demanding trip so you do need to prepare! The outstanding things about this tour are the friendly, helpful staff in the hotels (and indeed most of the people we met), and the superb views (once out of the trees!). The Vintgar Gorge is a must, but can be very touristy and crowded, and Lake Bled is very pretty but overrun with tourists - the hotels in town are big and charmless, so try to stay in the Helia preferred Triglav, which is just above the main area - this also keeps the day's walk shorter! Probably worth building in a couple extra days to allow for bad weather or other problems. Well worth going, and there is huge potential in Slovenia for return trips

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent holiday

      By Anne

      from Scotland

      About Me Scottish Walkers

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Fun
      • Great Accommodations
      • Well Organised

      Cons

      • Expect Very Steep Hills

      Best Uses

      • Holiday
      • Relaxation
      • Trying Something New

      Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

      Lots of variety and dramatic scenery. Weather mixed but sunshine to start and finish. Helped us forget ridiculously wet and windy day - ljubelj to Begunje - which included unexpected traverse of scree slope and exposed mountain col where standing was serious challenge. Walking poles essential! All accommodation very good, especially friendly and genuine in hotel planinke and pension Zaplata and loved swimming pools at lambergh and Triglav. Helia staff very helpful and transfers prompt and efficient. Their maps and pictorial guides ok but too many trees look the same so we relied on our previous experience, karavanke map and gps to be sure of position at times. Think helia may improve their maps with lat/long. We stayed extra night in bohinj - well worth it for leisurely stroll round lake and cable car to mount Vogel range. Would recommend more time in bled and Ljubljana if Slovenia is new to you. Buses are very easy and cheap in Slovenia. Great holiday.

       
      4.0

      Wonderful Slovenian Adventure

      By Laura and Andy

      from Rugby, UK

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      Pros

      • Fun
      • Well Organised

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Holiday
        • Trying Something New

        Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

        We arrived in Ljubliana the day before and would highly recommend as it is a wonderfully compact city and we took advantage of the free city tour with a very well informed guide. A bit of a mix up with our transfer was sorted with a phone call to Macs office. First 2 days had amazing walking and views and would recommend a refreshing drink at the end by the 'lake'. Transfers of baggage and pick ups were well organised and on time (even if we weren't!). Walking in forest in the middle of the trip was fairly flat going so miles could be covered quickly. Hotel at Lake Bled was at the far side to the town but a very safe and well lit pedestrian way was only 20 minutes to walk away. If we did it again we would have booked at extra night at Bohinj as it was beautiful with so much to do. We took the regular hourly bus back to Ljubliana which took us through villages that we missed along the way. We would recommend tasting the honey as we stumbled across intriguing bee hives along the way and would recommend exploring the towns/villages rather then stick the the hotels for a better experience of Slovenian life. The Slovenes were very friendly and with limited Slovenian from phase books we conversed easily (most Slovenes speak English). Very enjoyable experience that we would recommend.

         
        5.0

        "Really good holiday"

        By Clare

        from London

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        Pros

        • Great Accommodations
        • Well Organised

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Holiday
          • Relaxation

          Comments about macs adventure Mountains & Lakes of the Julian Alps:

          Very well organised. Local agents extremely helpful. Local walking guide book very well laid out. A perfect week walking amongst the Slovenian Alps through villages, via woods & lakes. Local people very friendly. Local agents very accommodating when we asked to decrease the length of a day's walk with my 12year old daughter. Stressfree trip in beautiful surroundings.

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