Breathe in the fresh morning dew in one of the most beautiful valleys at the heart of the Julian Alps. Visit the Savica Falls in summer, walk the nearby footpaths, venture out on a hiking tour to the breathtaking Triglav Lakes Valley. Swim in Lake Bohinj, go fishing or kayaking. You will love the snow-covered valley in winter, when the cable car will take you up to the ski resort on Mt. Vogel. Friendly villages and hamlets with hotels, guesthouses and private rooms offer pleasant stays throughout the seasons.
The inspiring views begin to unfold even during the cable car ride. In every season of the year, new dimensions of the Julian Alps and Bohinj open up with every additional metre of height. The upper Vogel cable car station, located at 1,535 metres, greets visitors with spectacular panoramic views of Komna, the Triglav mountains and all the way to the Kamnik and Savinja Alps. You can also admire the views through the tourist binoculars provided. This is why Vogel is an excellent choice for anyone who wishes to admire the views of the Alps ‘the easy way’ or for some other reason does not have the chance to enjoy them. On the other hand, Vogel is also an ideal starting point for those looking for ideas for shorter and longer hiking tours. In addition, there are many excellent accommodation and cuisine possibilities in the pleasant mountain climate at Vogel.
The emerald river is both peaceful and exciting – rafting, canyoning, kayaking or canoeing will ensure you get your adrenaline rush. You can experience the valley paragliding, hang-gliding or on your mountain bike. Accommodation and guesthouses can be found in Bovec, Tolmin and Kobarid, where you can visit the acclaimed Kobarid Museum of World War I. The upper part of the valley is home to the picturesque Trenta, with a museum and Slovenia’s premiere Alpine Botanical Garden Julijana.