Suspension bridge by Jasna Lakes

Suspension bridge by Jasna Lakes


Suspension bridge by Jasna Lakes


  • Range: 30 m
  • Drop: up to 1.4 m
  • Height: 16 m
  • Load capacity: 40 t
  • Built: 2021
  • Price: 50.000 EUR

Are many people afraid of heights?
I’m not!



The suspension bridge “v Babi” by the Jasna Lakes has become one of the most popular adrenaline attractions in the area. The footbridge is anchored on both sides with strap anchors and spans 30m, with a drop of up to 1.4m. It connects the footpath between Kranjska Gora and Lake Jasna, across the canyon of the Pišnica River, which rises 16 meters above the lake. The bridge is extremely safe, as each element has a load capacity of at least forty tonnes.

In addition to being very attractive for tourists and visually, the bridge is one of the most useful structures in the municipality of Kranjska Gora from a safety point of view, as walkers will no longer have to step onto the main road to cross the Pišnica River.

The construction was carried out by the company Kaskader from Idrija. The construction encountered some technical difficulties, particularly due to the difficult terrain. It was started during an unfavorable winter period and was interrupted in the meantime and restarted in spring 2021 when the bridge was completed.

The route to the suspension bridge and Lake Jasna is described here.


Lake Bled and Bohinj

Lake Bled and Bohinj

Every day is a second chance for an unforgettable trip

Lake Bled and Bohinj

1. Vintgar gorge

Starting poing:
Destination address:
Reset Apartments, Kranjska Gora
Vintgar parking P1, 4247 Podhom

Start with a morning walk through the gorge

Vintgar Gorge is a 1.600 m long and up to 250 m deep gorge on the eastern edge of the Triglav National Park. The place you just must visit!

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The above address will take you directly to the car park at the entrance to the Vintgar Gorge. We recommend starting your trip early, as there are not many visitors in the neighborhood at that time. As the number of tickets is limited, we also recommend that you book online.

2. Visit Bled castle

Destination address:
Grajska cesta 61

More than 1.000 years of history

One of Slovenia’s oldest castles with a history spanning more than a thousand years, Bled Castle captivates visitors with its magnificence, stunning location…

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Continue your tour at Bled Castle, where you can also leave your car and explore the lake and its surroundings on foot. The castle has more than a thousand years of history to show for it, which is why it invites you to visit its museum collection. It can serve as a resting place after a trip through the Vintgar Gorge, before lunch and a tour of Lake Bled itself.

3. Walk around the lake

From Bled Castle, walk down to the lake around which there is a circular, 6 km long walking trail that will take you an hour to an hour and a half of slow walking (you can also hire a horse-drawn carriage for the journey). Go around the lake in an anti-clockwise direction. The trail is beautifully maintained and offers wonderful views of the island of Bled, numerous viewpoints for great family photos, and terraces for a short break for a good lunch, coffee, or dessert.

Lakeside restaurants (lunch):

Bled Castle Restaurant, Restaurant Sova Bled, Restaurant Julijana, Vila Preseren…

Bled Cremeschnitte

If you’re already in Bled, the Bled Cremeschnitte is one of the things you must try as it is the symbol of Bled cuisine! Before you go any further, you can try it at the Kavarna Park, which is located by the lake itself, to the right of the castle, close to the point where you started your journey around the lake.

For more information about the dessert, click here

Kavarna Park Hotel

4. Visit the famous Bled island

Bled island with its church of the Mother of God is one of the most recognizable Slovenian symbols. The wishing bell is popular among the many visitors who come to the island. When they ring the bell, they recommend themselves to the Mother of God and express their wishes and requests for her to hear them.

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Take a ride on the traditional Bled Pletna

Near Kavarna Park, there are several stops for the pletna, which takes tourists to and from the island. A pletna is a handmade wooden boat, 7-8 meters long and about 2 meters wide, with a flat bottom, which is propelled by the helmsman (pletnar) by standing up the oars. The boat is one of the major tourist attractions of Lake Bled.

For more information about the island, click here

Pletna boats

5. Sunset at Lake Bohinj

Destination address:
Parkirisce, Stara Fuzina 3, Bohinjsko jezero

Crystal clear waters

Lake Bohinj is a 4.2 km long and 1 km wide glacial lake. It is the largest lake in Slovenia fed by numerous streams from the surrounding mountains.

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Lake Bohinj is the final destination of the trip. It offers a stunning view of the surrounding mountains. You can take a short walk across the bridge to explore the the lake and Church of St John the Baptist or have dinner in the nearby restaurant called “Restavracija Kramar“.

Get up early because it will be a full-day experience 🙂
We hope you enjoy it.

Have fun,
Reset Apartments team


Zelenci Nature Reserve

Zelenci Nature Reserve

Walk more – Worry less

Zelenci Nature Reserve

Zelenci National Park
Reset Apartments
via D-2 cycling route
Zelenci Nature Reserve
Very Easy
Elevation: 818 m - 855 m
3.6 km
37 m of height difference
45 min walk
Mostly asphalt road


Podkoren Village


Podkoren village
Ratece village
Planica Nordic Center
Tamar walley
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

The easily accessible Sava Dolinka spring with its fascinating flora and fauna is the perfect walking destination for those looking for a relaxing break in nature. A natural reservoir with a magnificent view from a wooden observation tower over an emerald green marsh full of sand swirls, carnivorous sundews, amphibians, and nesting birds. The name Zelenci was given by the lake’s chalk layers and the numerous extremely clear springs that color the water a distinctive blue-green shade. The marsh, which never freezes, lies on the northern edge of the Triglav National Park. It is bounded to the south by the densely vegetated Vitranc Peak and to the north by the Karavanke Mountains.

Crystal-clear spring water reflects the surrounding peaks of the Julian Alps

Zelenci Spring is the remnant of the formerly larger Lake Koren, which was formed after the retreat of the Planica glacier. Sava river gradually overflowed through this natural dam and the lake level dropped until only the Zelenci and the surrounding marshes remained.

From here comes the Sava Dolinka (219 km), which is in fact another source of a submerged stream called the Nadiža, which rises near the mountain lodge in Tamar and flows under the rubble for most of the valley.

The greens have a constant temperature of 5 to 6 degrees Celsius under normal conditions, together make up an area of about 14 hectares and do not freeze in winter. The bottom of the lake is covered by porous lacustrine chalk, which permanently percolates groundwater in the form of ‘volcanoes’, a unique case in Slovenia. In 1992, the Zelenci were declared a nature reserve by a decree of the Jesenice municipality.

The area is home to vulnerable species on the Red List of Threatened Species. These include the common rosefinch, the whiskered bat, and the viviparous lizard. The carnivorous plant round-leaved sundew, which is protected under the Protected Species Regulation, is also on the red list due to its endangered status. The area around the spring is home to moisture-loving plants such as carex, alder, and willow, and flowers such as Pedicularis palustris, Menyanthes trifoliata, narrow-leaved muhly (Eriophorum angustipholium), Triglochin palustre, water ranunculus (Ranunculus aquatilis).

The famous naturalist Sir Humphry Davy is said to have written about Zelenci: “I liked the Sava Valley with its waterfalls and lakes the best. I know of nothing better in Europe.”

How to get to the spring?

A forest path leads off the cycle path on one side. You can reach it on foot, by bike or by car. In the direction of Rateče in Podkoren, turn onto the cycling route and continue to the parking area next to Zelenci. For the forest path from the other side, the starting point is in the parking area next to the main road. You can reach it by car on the way to Rateče.


The destination is ideal for a pleasant walk or a cycling stop. The water is not suitable for swimming due to the risk of eddies and live sand.

  • Walking on well-maintained paths through the swamp.
  • Enjoying the view from the viewing platform
  • Taking a photo for the perfect Instagram picture

Zelenci can serve as a starting point for:

  • a visit to Planica and a walk to the top of the legendary “Giant Ski Jump”
  • a walk to the lodge in Tamar
  • a visit to Triple Border (SI-IT-AU)
  • a walk through the Alpine village of Podkoren


  • a viewing bridge with the tower
  • explanatory signs
  • rare species of plants and animals
  • water eddies

Sights in the immediate vicinity

If you are heading to Zelenci, we recommend you visit:

  • “Escape” museum in Rateče
  • Village linden trees in the center of Podkoren

View of the mountains in the surroundings

  • Mangart (2.679 m)
  • Visoka Ponca (2.228m)
  • Kotova Špica (2.376)
  • Jalovec (2.645 m)
  • Travnik (2.379 m)
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