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I would rate the Vintgar Gorge just a bit higher in nature beauty, even so the Tolmin Gorge is Slovenian nature at its best. The blue/green colour of the Tolminka river is very beautiful and the further you walk into the gorge, the closer the...More
We had some time before checking into our place in Bovec so searched for things to do along the way. We are so happy we found this delightful spot. The weather was beautiful and the park uncrowded. I read a review that mentioned tourist buses...More
What a stunning place! Even though this is well and truly on the tourist path, we went there early and managed to enjoy it without the crowds. The gorge is magnificent, the paths well maintained to allow access even to families with young kids or...More
It took us 2.5 hours with a 3 years old kid. We stopped many times though to put our feet in the water (cold!!), to eat, to run on the rope bridge and everything else you do with kids.
Don't bring a stroller as there...More
We had a great afternoon walking the trail around the gorge. Cost is €6 for adult, €5 for student and €3 for child.
Stunningly beautiful. Lots of photo opportunities.
The trail has lots of steps, uneven gravel paths and is about 3km in length.
In summer there was just a plain gravel road from Tolmin side to the gorges. Tickets were sold from a booth. There is a public road that goes through the gorge via upper tunnel and bridge. I cannot imagine how it can be... More
In summer there was just a plain gravel road from Tolmin side to the gorges. Tickets were sold from a booth. There is a public road that goes through the gorge via upper tunnel and bridge. I cannot imagine how it can be closed for the pedestrians.