Visitor guidelines

Be responsible travellers

Mountain peaks, wild and deep gorges, a wealth of flora, a cultural landscape with mountains and picturesque villages with a rich cultural heritage invite you to visit.

Getting to know the nature, the cultural landscape and the people in the park is a great experience, but we must bear in mind that we are only guests in a fragile environment.

  • Your journey in the Triglav National Park should be one you will remember with pleasure. Choose a path that suits your abilities.

  • Leave your vehicle in the marked car parks, of which there are plenty in the park.

  • If possible, use public transport or a bicycle, or walk the trail.

  • Use only marked trails. Do not make noise. The animals will thank you.

  • Mountain biking with respect for nature and other trail users should be a special experience only on roads and trails outside the natural environment that are designated for this purpose.

  • Keep dogs on a lead.

  • Drones are a nuisance to animals and other visitors and should be left at home. For a bird’s-eye view, use the many mountain trails leading to beautiful viewpoints. The use of drones is not allowed.

  • Respect the habitat of plants and animals. Admire them without disturbing their stories, which are as unique as your own.

  • If you want to swim in the high mountain lakes, think of all the consequences that this would have on the sensitive and fragile habitat of the lakes and their surroundings. To cool down overheated bodies, look for suitable bathing places in the valley. This will go a long way towards preserving these aquatic jewels among the mountains. Bathing is not allowed in high mountain lakes.

  • Experience clear, star-studded nights on the benches of mountain huts, shelters and bivouacs. Camping and bivouacking outside designated areas is not allowed.

  • Caravans, motorhomes and other motorised vehicles used for living purposes may be parked at night in designated car parks and campsites with all the necessary facilities to take care of them.

  • Let us be undisturbed visitors, bringing nothing in and taking nothing out. Nothing that is not stored in ourselves or on a memory card.

Principles:

  1. Respect nature. Leave no trace.
  2. Let’s walk the paths.
  3. I learn about nature and contribute to its conservation.
  4. I alert animals to my presence, but I do not disturb them.
  5. I am an example to others.
  6. I respect myself. I know my abilities and respect them.
  7. I am properly equipped.
  8. I visit nature because it is good for me.
  9. I respect others. I say hello.
  10. I give preference to the weak.
  11. I care about safety.
  12. I park in car parks.
  13. I respect property. Other people’s property is not my right.
  14. I do not walk on farmland.
  15. I avoid work sites.
  16. I respect my local community. I know and respect local customs.
  17. I know and use local names.
  18. I buy local!

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Opening of the 2024 Via Ferrata Season

Opening of the 2024 Via Ferrata Season

Kranjska Gora, 28 March 2024 - Great news! April is the time when the snow recedes and nature begins to wake up, which means the opening of the via ferrata season in Kranjska Gora.

Golf course in Kranjska Gora opens for the 2024 season

Golf course in Kranjska Gora opens for the 2024 season

The smaller boutique golf course in Kranjska Gora opens this season on 21.03.2024.

Forest road to Kot open, road to Krma valley remains closed until further notice

Forest road to Kot open, road to Krma valley remains closed until further notice

As of 25 May 2024, the forest road to the Kot valley is open again. The road to the Krma valley remains closed until further notice.

Zipline season in Planica is open

Zipline season in Planica is open

The 2024 Zipline season in Planica starts on 24 May.

Start of the 2024 summer season at the Kranjska Gora ski resort

Start of the 2024 summer season at the Kranjska Gora ski resort

The Besna Pehta summer toboggan run and bike park started operating on Saturday, 4 May.

Snow tunnel in Planica is open

Snow tunnel in Planica is open

If you are one of those who would like to have winter all year round, you will definitely enjoy cooling down in the underground snow tunnel in Planica.

Open mountain Bike Kinder Surprise and Trail 1994, closed track Robe Twist

Open mountain Bike Kinder Surprise and Trail 1994, closed track Robe Twist

Please be informed that the Kinder Surprise and Trail 1994 single-track cycling routes are now open and well maintained. Robe Twist remains closed.

Restaurant Milka awarded two Michelin stars

Restaurant Milka awarded two Michelin stars

The Milka restaurant, located on the idyllic Jasna Lake, is the only restaurant in Slovenia to have been awarded two Michelin stars.

Summer line Kranjska Gora - Bovec

Summer line Kranjska Gora - Bovec

Please be informed that the bus line from Kranjska Gora to Bovec will start on Saturday, 1 June.

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