Juliana trail


distance 94 km


schedule 8 days

Vertical meters

arrow_upward 2600 m


calendar_month APR-OCT





The Juliana Trail is a 267 km long distance trail around the Julian Alps. It runs through valleys, over passes, through forests, urban and rural areas, along the Soca and Sava Rivers. The trail runs across the areas around the Julian Alps mountain range. It starts near the Slovenian/Italian border in Kranjska Gora, which is a well known winter and summer tourist resort, and continues along the Sava River, across the Karavanke mountain range, where it offers beautiful views of the highest peak in Slovenia, Mt Triglav.
You will start your hike at lake Bled, one of Slovenian and European pearls, cross the Pokljuka plateau in the centre of the Triglav National Park, descent to the picturesque Lake Bohinj where you will explore the stunning Bohinj valley.

Juliana trail

from 1150€ /

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8 days

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Day 1


After checking in to the accommodation of your choice we will organise a welcome meeting where you will receive all the final information for your hike.


welcome to our paradise

Lake Bled will be the start of the first stage. Your hike will take you through village Gorje to the Pokljuka gorge. You can expect a few steep ascents up to Pokljuka plateau where you will hike over through amazing spruce forests. At your accommodation we suggest to have a typical alpine dinner in order to experience Julian Alps to the fullest.


  • distance: 22 km
  • ascent: 900 m
  • descent: 91 m
  • duration: 7 hours

Day 3

Alpine architecture experience

The stage on day 3 runs through the forests and pastures of Pokljuka pleateau, and descends to two of the highest lying villages in Bohinj valley. The villages Koprivnik and especially Gorjuse are stunning and world famous for its arts and crafts. You finish descending from the plateau at Jereka village in the Upper Bohinj Valley. From there, the trail continues through picturesque villages that offer amazing views and a true alpine architecture experience. You will end your hike in Stara Fuzina village; the most populated village (approx. 400 people live in Stara Fuzina) in the entire Triglav National Park area.


  • distance: 22 km
  • ascent: 260 m
  • descent: 960 m
  • duration: 6 hours

Day 4

gorges & waterfalls

For the next 3 days you will be based in Bohinj valley. This is perfect, because you can choose what hike you do each day. Our suggestion is to visit the Mostnica river gorge and Voje valley. On this beautiful scenic hike you will have the chance to really experience the power of water and enjoy in many interesting rock formations that water created through thousands of years. You will hike all the way to the end of the valley where Mostnica river springs at the Voje waterfall.


  • distance: 12 km
  • ascent: 250 m
  • descent: 250 m
  • duration: 4-5 hours

Day 5

specatcular viewpoints

On day 4 we invite you to hike above the Bohinj valley to Vogar meadow and visit two of the most spectacular viewpoints on lake Bohinj and the Juilan Alps. On the meadow you will also find a mountain hut, where you can take a break, try some real mountain food and enjoy the mountain life.


  • distance: 8 km
  • ascent: 500 m
  • descent: 500 m
  • duration: 4-5 hours

Day 6

magical bohinj lake

On day 5 you will be hiking around the largest permanent lake in Slovenia, lake Bohinj. Your hike will take you all the way to the end of the valley where the famous Savica waterfall is located. We have a few options how you can hike along the south side of the lake on your way back and we will be happy to share them with you. If you want to shorten this hike you can use the electrical boat from one side of the lake to the other.


  • distance: 20 km
  • ascent: 460 m
  • descent: 460 m
  • duration: 6-7 hours

Day 7

meet the 4 brave men

A short but a really interesting and picturesque is the last stage of the tour. It starts at Stara Fuzina and very soon you will do a short section of the hike along the east shore of the lake. A must stop is in village Ribcev Laz and visit of the church of St. John the Baptiste and the monument of the 4 brave men, who were all from Bohinj valley and were the first ones who more than 240 years ago climbed the Triglav mountain. You will continue your hike through the lower Bohinj valley on unpaved roads and paths across the panoramic Dobrava meadows to Bohinjska Bistrica, which is the administrative centre of Bohinj.


  • distance: 11 km
  • ascent: 200 m
  • descent: 150 m
  • duration: 3-4 hours



Your trip is done, but we hope that the memories will last forever.


  • welcome meeting
  • luggage transfers
  • overnight and breakfast at our carefully selected accommodation
  • map of the area and route instructions
  • GPS tracks
  • list of equipment needed for the hike
  • hiking poles (on your request)
  • first aid kit (for the time of the hike)
  • 24/7 phone support

Does not include

  • travel cost to and from Bohinj valley
  • lunches and dinners (dinners can be arranged upon request)
  • cost of drinks and other personal spendings
  • health and travel insurance
  • local hiking guide (if you would like to hike with a local licensed hiking guide on one or all of your hikes please let us know)

What to bring

Once you book a self guided hike with us we will provide you with a full equipment list that we suggest to have on your hiking tour.

When to come

The best time to do the hike is from April to the end of October. Please note that the weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, so in April you can encounter some snow on higher lying areas.

What will you experience?

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