Favourite walking in Slovenia including the Julian Alps, the Kamnik Alps and walking the Triglav National Park.

Some ideas to get you started!

We have guidebooks in the chalet. You are free to use them, but please look after them - they have given us a lot of memories.

 

Kamnik Savinja Alps

Rising up behind Chalet Lenart are the Kamnik Savinja Alps, offering stunningly beautiful walks for every level of fitness and ability, whether you want to go on a 2 day climb to the summit of Grintovec or for a potter through the meadows from your door.

You will see wild flowers of every description, small herds of cows with bells jingling, small chapels in the middle of nowhere, crystalline mountain streams, farmers making hay by hand and hardly anyone else all day.

Triglav National Park

A drive 30-50 minutes takes you to the better-known attractions of the Julian Alps, with their soaring limestone peaks, turquoise lakes and deep gorges.

From the valleys you will catch glimpses of Slovenia’s highest peak, Triglav – and if you really fancy a challenge you can climb it! A two/three day outing.

The Julian Alps are easily accessed from the south around Lakes Bled and Bohinj, and from the north at Mojstrana and Kranjska Gora.

Karavanke Alps

The Karavanke chain forms a natural border between Austria and Slovenia and is one of the longest ranges in Europe.

This range can be reached in less than 30 minutes driving from the chalet.

A vast number of paths and mountain huts wait to be discovered.
 

Skofja Loka Hills

Just over the valley from Chalet Lenart are the Skofja Loka hills, which are lower altitude rolling hills of deep, fragrant forests and meadows, unchanged for centuries.

 

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