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Triglav National Park Slovenia: Julian Alps, Bohinj Lake, Kranjska Gora
Feb - Nov
4 days / 3 nights / 3 biking days
Visit: Bled, Bohinj, Kranjska Gora, Vršič Pass, Mangart saddle, Pokljuka, Julian Alps, Triglav National Park, Radovljica
Adjustable: 2500 - 7000 m
~ 200-300 km
Paved roads and cycling paths
Each private tour can be fully adapted before or during the tour to your wishes, cycling skills and physical fitness, with more or less distance and elevation.
Each private tour can be fully adapted before or during the tour to your wishes, cycling skills and physical fitness, with more or less distance and elevation and different tour for each day.
Welcome to Slovenia, Bled – Imago Paradisi. Settle in your cozy hotel room and make yourself at ease. When ready, shake off your legs with an easy walk in the area if you would like.
Tonight we celebrate the beginning of this adventure with a dinner at our favourite local restaurant, to get to know each other and do a plan for the upcoming days.
The circle around Lake Bled is simply a must. However, it can be upgraded with an ascent to the castle with a beautiful view of the lake and its surroundings, which we will explore.
Afterwards, we would ride the climb to Pokljuka plateau, which is part of Triglav national park and where you can find the biathlon world cup race in the winter. The views are amazing all over the quality forest area in Slovenia.
The road from Pokljuka to Bohinj Lake is a scenic route that passes through the beautiful countryside of Slovenia. Starting from Pokljuka, the road winds its way downhill through lush forests and meadows, providing stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
As you descend further, the road becomes narrower and more winding, but the views only get better. You’ll pass by quaint little villages, traditional wooden houses, and picturesque farmhouses that dot the landscape.
As you approach Bohinj Lake, the road opens up and provides panoramic views of the stunning turquoise waters of the lake, surrounded by towering mountains. The road follows the shoreline of the lake, providing plenty of opportunities to stop and take in the views.
Getting back to Bled through the gorge to have some well deserved dinner.
30min drive with a van to start point in Kranjska Gora, to do the queen stage.
Road cycling from Kranjska Gora to Vršič Pass and Mangart Saddle is a challenging but incredibly rewarding experience for cycling enthusiasts. The route takes you through some of the most beautiful and breathtaking landscapes in Slovenia, with stunning views of the Julian Alps and the Soca River valley.
The ascent to Vršič Pass is the highlight of the ride, with 24 hairpin turns and a total elevation gain of over 1,200 meters. The views from the top are spectacular, with panoramic views of the Julian Alps and the surrounding valleys.
From Vršič Pass, the route descends towards the town of Bovec, passing through the beautiful Trenta valley and the towering peaks of the Mangart massif. The climb to Mangart Saddle is another challenging ascent, with steep gradients and switchbacks that take you to an altitude of 2,055 meters. The views from the top are breathtaking, with a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
Overall, the road cycling route from Kranjska Gora to Vršič Pass and Mangart Saddle is a challenging but unforgettable experience for cyclists who love steep climbs, sweeping descents, and breathtaking mountain scenery.
In the meantime, the locals in Bled area are preparing us a dinner already. 🙂
First, a coffee stop near Bled – Radovljica. Radovljica Old Town is a charming and picturesque historic district located in the heart of the town of Radovljic. The Old Town is situated on a small hill overlooking the Sava River valley and is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and quaint cobbled streets.
The route continues to the historic ironworking village of Kropa, located in the foothills of the Julian Alps, and ends at the picturesque hilltop settlement of Jamnik.
The climb to Jamnik is challenging but rewarding, with stunning views of the surrounding countryside at every turn. The route follows a winding road that ascends gradually towards the summit, with several steep sections that can be quite challenging for cyclists.
From Jamnik, the route takes cyclists along a winding road that ascends towards the summit of Soriška Planina, a high plateau that offers spectacular views of the Julian Alps and the surrounding valleys. The ascent is steep and challenging, with several switchbacks and gradients that can reach over 10%.
Route can also be shorten. After the tour we say goodbye with unforgettable memories and plans for the next ride on a road bike. 🙂
I always carefully check the weather and try to give you some tips about the right clothes and gear for the following tour.
Of course, if you would decide to cancel, or if the weather is too extreme for your safety, we can see options of other different activities we can do that day.
Of course! You will have your electric bike to help you out and also the tour can always be adapted up to your wishes and fintess level.
The tour distance, elevation and time can be adapted to your wishes before or during the ride.
Sports wear, bottle(s) of water and some sun cream in summer months is ok to have.
I provide you the helmet, first aid, service tools,…
Of course. There will be a discount for the people on the tour with their own bikes. Contact me for more info and offer.
Hey, that’s me – Blaž (pronounced like ‘Blush’).
A certified local guide in his homeland, happy to create the best experience for you.