Filled with small waterfalls, rapids, and erosion potholes, the Vintgar Gorge is a 1600m long spectacle of nature.
With gloomy skies, we loaded our raingear in our backpacks but lucked out and stayed dry for the entire hike.
I think that most people do an out-and-back, but they miss out since the full loop gives you three hikes in one. First the gorge, then the tall pine forest, then the pasture walk a’la Switzerland.
Cows, a small village with a steeple, and then views down to Bled and Bled Castle towering above in the distance.
Farmers say to make hay while the sun is shining, wanderers say to make tracks while the rain isn’t falling!
Entering the Gorge
Down the Falls
Through the Woods