Guided tour of the renovated Goreljek Moorland Educational Trail
- WHEN: Saturday, 2. 7 .2022 at 10.15 am
- WHERE/ starting point: parking Hotel Jelka, Goreljek
- Duration: 2 uri
- Difficulty: easy
- Cena: free of charge
- Gear: hiking shoes and clothing, rucksack, protection against sun, ticks and mosquitoes, snacks and refreshments
Marshes are a very rare and fragile habitat in Slovenia. From a biological and ecological point of view, they are very interesting and unique. Marshes are constantly growing, and they support plants that are found nowhere else. The most important are the various species of peat mosses, but also the small carnivorous sundew, rosemary, knife-edged toadflax, hairy moss, bog coppice, and others can be seen. The Pokljuka Marshes are the most southerly marshes still preserved in Europe. A visit to the recently renovated Goreljek Peat Bog Trail will shed light on many interesting facts you may not have known before. The trail is circular, approximately one kilometre long, and has five learning points with information boards.
- You are welcome to use the free shuttle bus to get to Pokljuka – Goreljek station.
- Check the bus timetables for arrivals and departures from Pokljuka on the links: from Bled and from Bohinj
Applications will be accepted until 1.7.2022 at 12.00 here at the latest!
The guided tour will take place within the framework of the project VrH Julijcev, co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and the Republic of Slovenia.