Left to Right: Vrič, Planina pod Golico, Vogel, Vintgar, Dusk view at the chalet, Bohinj, Bled

 

 

Further info:

Detailed map from Geopedia.si

SummitPost Karavanke page

SummitPost Golica page (including panorama photo from the top)

Tourist Office Golica page

SummitPost Julian Alps page

I've also started to map some walks and cycles on MapMyRide

 

Recommended books:

Walking in Slovenia: The Karavanke, Cicerone, Justi Carey & Roy Clark.

A Guide to Walks and Scrambles in the Julian Alps, Based on Kranjska Gora. Mike Newbury. Zlatorog Publications, c/o The Old Granary, West Mill Street, Perth PH1 5QP. Send a cheque payable to 'Mike Newbury' (9.99 + 1 p&p for UK & 2 outside UK). Include your name and address details and copies will be despatched as soon as possible!

The Julian Alps of Slovenia, Cicerone, Justi Carey & Roy Clark.

Mountaineering in Slovenia: The Julian Alps and Kamnik and Savinja Alps, Cordee, Tine Mihelic.

 

 

 

 

 

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   Click for a 'Walks Sheet' that we've prepared (available at the chalet)

   Click for a 1:50,000 map (for scale, it's 5km across the top)

 

 

Hiking and Walking

 

There Walking back down to the village from the top of Klekare plenty of walking and hiking opportunities directly from the chalet.  Planina pod Golico features in quite a few hiking guides and websites. 

 

In May, the meadows in the valley are awash with blooming wildflowers, including the white Narcissus that make the village famous across Slovenia.  Planina pod Golico is very popular with local hikers and gets busy on summer weekends, when the beech forests are ideal for shady walking on a hot day.  In early Spring and later in Autumn, the peaks are often capped with Narcisus in bloom in the meadows of Planina pod Golicosnow and the changing colours of the trees ensure beautiful views.

 

There's lots more hiking in the local area, including the Julian Alps, Vintgar Gorge, Lake Bled or Lake Bohinj.  A multi-day trip into the high Alps is possible with nights in the mountain huts.  The closest access to the Julian Alps is in Vrata valley, about 25 mins from the chalet.