Join us on the guided family hike on shorter stage 7 of Juliana Trail, which will guide us from Bohinjska Bistrica to Stara Fužina. The hike will start at the train station at 9:15 am, and from there continue along the hidden trails of the lower Bohinj valley all the way to Stara Fužina, where the 7th stage also ends.
A short stage of the trail runs from Stara Fužina, Ribčev Laz near Lake Bohinj on unpaved roads and paths across the panoramic Dobrava meadows to Bohinjska Bistrica, which is the administrative centre of Bohinj.
This stage starts at the Triglav National Park Centre in Stara Fužina and initially runs along the Lake Bohinj shore. Lake Bohinj is the largest natural permanent lake in Slovenia (4.1 km long and 1.2 km wide, 45 metres deep). It is typical that it has several springs of water at the bottom; therefore, it is colder but cleaner than Lake Bled. The ironworks industry in Bohinj started right here. The railway, with the tunnel built in 1906, has contributed to Bohinj’s progress. The pastures of Bohinj are still used for animal grazing and cheese production. An interesting cheese trail runs from pasture to pasture. The Bohinj cow (cika) is the symbol of Bohinj and many local products are made under the Bohinjsko/From Bohinj brand. You can take a car cable 1000 metres high at the end of Lake Bohinj to the Vogel Ski Centre, which is a winter/summer resort that offers views of Triglav and other mountains. The trail runs along the Lower Bohinj Valley from Ribčev Laz to Bohinjska Bistrica, i.e. through villages under the Bohinj and Tolmin mountains, across the diverse meadows of Dobrava, which offer a wonderful view of the Triglav mountains. Bohinjska Bistrica is the administrative centre of the valley.
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