Juliana Bike follows the philosophy of its older sister Juliana Trail and is basically part of the Slovenian Touring Cycling Route, but it is circular so it can be seen as a separate circuit around the edge of the Julian Alps.
The Juliana Bike Trail contains seven stages, which follow each other in a counterclockwise direction and measure a total of 290 km, while their altitude difference is just under 8500 metres. In addition to the basic stages, the Juliana Bike is linked by access stages from three directions. The average stage length is 40 kilometres.
The Juliana Bike is marked by blue direction signs, which already mark the Slovenian Touring Cycle Route, with the addition of the Julian Alps (JA) sign. The route will take you along local roads, cycle paths, forest tracks or dirt tracks, and will also require you to have a great deal of respect for nature, plants, animals and, ultimately, for the private property of the local people, who coexist sustainably with all the natural stakeholders of the environment in the protected environment of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Triglav National Park. The fundamental difference between the STKP and the Juliana Bike is that the start and finish of the stages are moved to populated places or tourist centres in the Julian Alps.
- Bohinjska Bistrica – Goreljek
- Goreljek – Kranjska Gora
- Kranjska Gora – Bovec
- Bovec – Tolmin
- Tolmin – Zakojca
- Zakojca – Podbrdo
- Podbrdo – Bohinjska Bistrica
3 access stages
- Radovljica – Bled – Gorje
- Žirovnica – Jesenice – Mojstrana
- Goriška Brda – Tolmin