Gozd Martuljek – najzanimljivije aktivnosti
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“Vally Vrata, the starting point for the biggest mountain in Slovenia, Triglav 2864m. Not without climbing gear and a guide. Or just a coffee break in the mountain hut.”
“On the way to the Vrata valley there is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Slovenia. It is about 5km from Mojstrana.The Peričnik waterfall is a result of glacial activity.”
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“Near Martuljek Waterfalls a man named Ingo revived the old pasture in the mountains (40 minute walk from Martuljek). He and his family started writing a story of living in symbiosis with nature, producing their own food and offering it to their guests. Try their natural juices, herbal tea, homemade spirit. A bowl of tasty stew made over an open fire cauldron will certainly do you well. Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy their dessert specialties. ”
“For more fascinating travel, HomeHotel "Kakoste" glad to offer you mountain bicycles! One of the most beautiful Slovenian bicycle bicycle route Sloveniapaths from Mojstrana, through Gozd Martuljek and Krajnska Gora, further through Rateče to Italy, passes only two hundred meters from HomeHotel "Kakoste"! The route is very picturesque and made with high quality, it passes along thru Triglav national park, on an old railway track, and is almost completely isolated from highways. Throughout all way there is a set of ancient bridges, pleasant vacation spots, picnic places and the beginning of bicycle routes of Triglav national park. We will help you with pleasure to make your own plan of your un”
“Two fantastic waterfalls! Under the Špik Mountain you will find two waterfalls – pearls of the Slovenian Alpine world. Especially spectacular is the Upper Martuljek waterfall, which descends in three stages over the vertical wall of 110m. The path to it is relatively easy, however the trail to the vicinity of the waterfall is only suitable for well-equipped mountaineers. Then, the stream continues through the Jasenje mountain and as the Lower Martuljek Waterfall runs over the 50-metre-high wall in a 400-metre-long and narrow Martuljek Gorge formed in limestone. We recommend visiting both waterfalls during late spring, when the waterfalls have the most water due to the melting snow. A wonderful trip is complemented by home-made food from a well-known ‘Pri Ingotu’ cabin and a visit to the charcoal pile on the way”