Frequently asked questions and answers
You can access the Vršič Pass on foot along walking trail no. 7, by bicycle along cycling route no. 4, by car or RV. During the summer season Vršič Pass is also accessible by public bus. No tolls are payable for the Vršič Pass.
You can access the Zelenci Nature Reserve along cycling route no. 1 or on foot. A tour of the reserve takes max. one hour (walking + sightseeing).
Kranjska Gora is a year-round destination, irrespective of the weather conditions.
Triglav National Park does not have special entry points, so you can enter anywhere. More information about Triglav National Park can be found here.
Up-to-date mountain conditions reports are available on the Slovenian Alpine Museum website. Information is provided by licensed mountain guides.
For short-term drops you can leave your luggage at the Kranjska Gora Tourist Information Centre.
EV-charging points are located behind Vitranc Hall, at the Slovenian Alpine Museum, at the SKIpass Hotel, and at the Planica Nordic Centre.
The e-bike and scooter charging point is located in front of the Ramada Hotel & Suites Kranjska Gora.
Information about parking can be found here.
The most reliable weather forecast can be found on the Slovenian Environment Agency website – meteo.si.
It is definitely wise to hire a mountain guide for trips to the challenging high mountains. You can find their contact information here.
I work for a media house and would like to write an article about Kranjska Gora. Where can I find texts and photos that I can use?
Photos for use in your work can be downloaded from the following link – Press corner.
I am on vacation in Kranjska Gora and the forecast is for rain tomorrow. What interesting things can I do/see on a day like this?
Kranjska Gora offers a range of interesting things to do even on rainy days. You can find some ideas here.
I have a compliment/complaint/comment related to infrastructure at the resort. To whom should I address it?
You can address your compliment/complaint/comment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
True, Kranjska Gora is a real paradise for all trail running enthusiasts. We have a specially marked 15 km route, which hosts Julian Alps Trail Run. every autumn. The trail starts in front of the Kranjska Gora Tourist Information Centre, then follows the green trail markers that lead you to Jasna Lake, across the Tofov Graben to Gozd Martuljek, to Srednji Vrh and back to Kranjska Gora. More information about the trail run can be found here.
Contact information for TAXI services operating in Kranjska Gora can be found via this link.