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Tandem paragliding flights are organized by Julijana Turizem, located in the center of Kranjska Gora. The agency also organizes transport and escorts.


However, prior reservation is required at the Julijana Turizem agency or by calling the phone number you will find on their website

Get ready for your dream flight

Tandem skydiving or paragliding is one of the best experiences of paragliding. Fly with an experienced paraglider pilot and experience the breathtaking views of the Karavanke and Julian Alps. The take-off point is located on the northern sunny side, in the Karavanke Mountains, where the thermals are extremely good and the wind buoyancy is favorable.

Route description:

Follow the road towards Korensko sedlo and 1 km before the crossing turns right onto the forest path. Follow the macadam road and after approx. 6 km, at the second turning, turn left. After 3 km, you will see the Grpišca airstrip on your right, located at an altitude of 1600 m above sea level. The road is only suitable for off-road or higher vehicles.

  • Take-off: Kranjska Gora South – Grpišca
  • Take-off altitude: 1600 m
  • Landing height: 800 m
  • GPS coordinates: 46,503736, 13,795758

For more information on booking, visit the Julijana Turizem website

Via Ferrata

Via Ferrata


Via Ferrata

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I climb to lose my mind
and find peace



The Ferratas are well-protected climbing routes that allow even beginners to get to know the world of mountaineering.
If you are going to do a Ferrata for the first time, know that you will need at least basic mountaineering equipment:

  • Helmet
  • A climbing harness
  • A self-protection system

f you don’t have any, you can rent it from the local technical equipment rental shops (you can find them online), which also offer guided escorted tours for adults and children from the age of 6 and a minimum height of 120cm.

Don’t climb in bad weather with the possibility of thunderstorms and lightning!


Ferratas in Mojstrana


  • Difficulty B
  • Height: 180 m
  • Length: 250 m
  • Difficulty C/D
  • Height: 180 m
  • Length: 250 m
  • Location: Mojstrana

In the village of Mojstrana, there are two Ferrata trails that take you to the top of Grančišče Hill, a good viewpoint of both the nearby Julian Alps and the Karavanke Mountains.

The Aljaž Trail

The first, easier Ferrata is called the Aljaž Trail and is suitable for both families and newcomers to the world of climbing. It is rated as B difficulty, 180m high, and 250m long. If you want to try your hand at this area, this is an excellent choice.

The Trail of Mojstrana Squirrels

The second Ferrata is more difficult – difficulty level C/D and is jokingly called the Trail of Mojstrana Squirrels. It is 180m high, 250m long, and suitable for those who have some experience with climbing or Ferrata, as it requires both knowledge and physical strength and good fitness.

We return along a marked walking path that leads us almost to the starting point.


Ferrata Hvadnik


  • Difficulty B/C
  • Altitude: 250 m
  • Length: 500 m
  • Location: Gozd Martuljek

Ferrata is located in the neighboring village of Gozd Martuljek, in the Hvadnik streambed, where the narrow gorge is often crossed attractively by means of wire ropes.

It is 500 m long, with an altitude difference of 250 m and a difficulty level of up to B/C. In the more difficult places, in addition to the ropes, there are also rungs and small staples to help. In addition to the compulsory equipment such as a helmet, climbing harness, and self-protection kit, climbing gloves are recommended. The route is closed in winter!


From the Reset Apartments, drive through Gozd Martuljek, turn left after the bridge crossing the Hladnik stream to the sports ground, in front of which you can park. Here you will find signs with all the information about both Hvadnik and Jerm’n Ferratas.


Ferrata Jerm’n


  • Difficulty D/E
  • Height: 180 m
  • Length: 220 m
  • Location: Gozd Martuljek
  • Special feature: Jerman Waterfall

Unlike the above-mentioned Ferrata, the Jerm’n Ferrata is very challenging, as it has a harder difficulty level (D/E), and the jumps are a bit further apart, so you will need a bit of strength in your arms.

It follows the Jerman stream gorge and offers a really cool adrenaline refreshment in the summer months. The Jerman waterfall is a special feature of the Ferrata, and at the end, you can visit the alpine village of Srednji Vrh and its old, indigenous farms. In addition to the compulsory equipment such as a helmet, climbing harness, and self-protection kit, climbing gloves are recommended.


As for the Hladnik Ferrata above, drive through Gozd Martuljek, where after the bridge crossing the Hladnik stream turn left to the sports ground, in front of which you can park. Here you will find signs with all the information about both Hvadnik and Jerm’n Ferratas. Continue along the asphalted road, which you will soon leave as the path leads to the left over a small bridge. The route is well signposted, so we have no choice but to follow the signs for Jerm’n Ferrata.

Vrata Valley

Vrata Valley


Vrata Valley

Reset Apartments
Vrata Valley
Must see
Elevation: 647 m - 1.000 m
25.1 km
10 km from Mojstrana
Height difference: 353 m
25.7 km
2.5 h from Mojstrana


Slovenian Alpine Museum in Mojstrana
Pericnik Waterfalls
Jakob Aljaz Lodge


Kot Valley
Krma Valley
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

The Vrata Valley is one of the most beautiful and popular glacial valleys in the Triglav National Park. It is about 10 km long and surrounded by mighty over two-thousand high mountains, including the highest Slovenian mountain Triglav (2,864 m), and the famous Peričnik waterfalls. Thanks to its extraordinary location, the valley is popular with hikers and mountaineers alike, as it is the starting point for numerous excursions and hikes in the surrounding mountains. The hikers usually set their destination as the Aljažev dom (Aljaž Lodge) with its magnificent view of the north face of Triglav. Here you can see the Aljaž Chapel of St Cyril and Methodius and, a few minutes further on, the giant wedge with a carabiner, a monument to all the victims who were taken by the mountains.

Monument: a wedge with a carabiner

Getting to the valley

The valley is easily accessible. You can get directly to the Aljažev dom by car, but we recommend you leave your car in the village of Mojstrana and continue on foot to the Peričnik waterfalls (click here for more info on the waterfalls) and on to the north wall of Triglav, which encloses the mighty valley. From the apartments, you can also cycle along the cycling route to Mojstrana (described in the Mojstrana article), from where you will have a slightly more difficult climb all the way to the end of the valley. During the summer months, a tourist bus also runs through the valley from Kranjska Gora (click here for the timetable).

Along the path of the Triglavska Bistrica river

If you decide to leave your car in Mojstrana, we recommend starting your journey at the Slovenian Alpine Museum. The 11 km long trail will take you along and across the Triglavska Bistrica stream to the famous Peričnik waterfalls, and under the mountain galleries to Aljažev dom, where the trail ends under the mighty North Wall of Triglav. The North Wall of Triglav is on average 1,000 m high, more than three kilometers wide, and one of the three largest walls in the Eastern Alps. The wall itself is also a symbol of Slovenian mountaineering.

The valley is part of the Triglav National Park, which is home to almost 7,000 species of plants and animals thanks to its diverse habitats.

Attractions in the surroundings

Mojstrana is the starting point of 4 valleys: Vrata Valley, Kot Valley, Krn Valley, and Radovna Valley. The 4 valleys give you plenty of possibilities for excursions, especially if you are going on a short or longer tour to the surrounding mountains. The most popular hikes are listed below.

We suggest that you visit the Slovenian Alpine Museum in Mojstrana on your way back. For more information about the museum, click here.

Vrata Valley is a starting point for excursions and hikes in the mountains

Vrata Valley is one of the best-known starting points for mountaineering tours to many of the surrounding mountains.

Easy routes:

  • Zgornje Kriško jezero – Upper Lake Kriško (past Pogačnikov dom – Pogačnik Lodge
  • Koča na Doliču
  • Kanjavec
  • Luknja
  • Bivak na Rušju (a bivouac)
  • Bivak pod Luknjo (a bivouac)
  • Gubno
  • Kucelj (Julian Alps)

Moderately difficult routes:

  • Pogačnikov dom na Kriških podih (via Sovatno)
  • Spodnji Stenar (over Sovatno)
  • Križ (past the bivouac at Rušje)
  • Kriški rob (over Sovatno and past Pogačnikov dom)
  • Šplevta (Indijanec)

Difficult mountain hikes::

  • Triglavski dom na Kredarici (over Prag)
  • Bovški Gamsovec (over Luknja)
  • Bovški Gamsovec (via Sovatno)
  • Stenar (over Sovatno)
  • Stenar (over Stenarska vratca)
  • Dolkova špica (western route)
  • Križ (over Sovatno)
  • Rjavina (over Prag)
  • Cmir (over Prag)
  • Begunjski vrh (over Prag)
  • (Tominškova pot)
  • (over Prag)
  • Visoka Vrbanova špica (over Prag)
  • Planja (over Sovatno)
  • Šmarjetna glava (past Koča na Doliču)

Caution! Extremely difficult hikes:

  • Triglav (Tominškova pot)
  • Triglav (via Plemenice)
  • Triglav (Gamsja cesta round Triglav)
  • Razor (via Sovatno)
  • Dolkova špica (eastern route)
  • Dolkova špica (along the south-east ridge)
  • Križ (over Stenarska vrata)
  • Cmir (Tominškova pot)
  • Rjavina (Tominškova pot)
  • Rogljica (western route)
  • Begunjski vrh (Tominškova pot)
  • Glava v Zaplanji (over Plemenice)

Mountaineering ascents:

  • Spodnji (Lower) Rokav (Potočnik – Tominšek)

View of the surrounding mountains:

  • Triglav (2.864 m)
  • Stenar (2.501 m)
  • Begunjski vrh (2.461 m)
  • Sleme (1.656 m)
  • Kukova špica (2.417 m)
  • Dolkova špica (2.591 m)
  • Dovški Križ  (2.542 m)
  • Škrlatica (2.740 m)
  • Razor (2.601 m)
  • Križ (2.140 m)
  • Bovški Gamsovec (2.392 m)
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Slovenian Alpine Museum

Slovenian Alpine Museum


Slovenian Alpine Museum

Lake Jasna
15.7 km
19 min drive
Must see
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

The Slovenian Mountaineering Museum houses a rich collection of historical artifacts and an extensive specialist library. It reminds visitors of the importance of mountaineering in Slovenia with a variety of photographic and archival materials. You can see the permanent exhibition, learn about the historical development of mountaineering in Slovenia and choose from a variety of souvenirs and books on mountaineering in the shop. An introductory film and eleven different sections with challenges, tests, and tasks add variety to the experience. If you collect all the stamps along the way, there’s a prize waiting for you at the end.

The museum regularly organizes various temporary exhibitions, events, and activities. It also acts as an information point for the Triglav National Park, where you can get all the information you need about weather conditions in the mountains, open lodges, guides, and mountain trails.

The first records of the establishment of the Mountaineering Museum date back to 1901. The Triglav Museum collection, which was accumulated in Mojstrana until 1984, was managed by the Dovje Mojstrana Mountain Association. It was not until 1997 that the collection became part of the “Gornjesavski museum Jesenice”, and the independent museum began to take on its modern form only ten years later. The inauguration ceremony took place in 2010.

All guests of Reset Apartments can benefit from a 20% discount on tickets.

How to get to the Mountaineering Museum?

From Kranjska Gora, take the main road towards Jesenice and turn off towards Mojstrana. The museum resembles a high-mountain alpine shelter and is located on the left side of the road towards the Vrata valley.

Sights in the immediate vicinity

If you head to the Slovenian Mountaineering Museum, you can also see:

  • Aljaž’s House in Vrata
  • Peričnik waterfall
  • The village of Gornja Radgona
  • Lake Kreda
  • the Alpine village of Dovje

Opening hours

Summer opening hours (1 May – 31 October)

  • Every day: 9.00 – 17.00

Winter opening hours (2.11. – 30.4.)

  • Tuesday – Sunday: 9.00 – 16.00
  • Monday: closed

Parking at the museum is free for visitors. For more information, please contact the museum staff.
Last admission: one hour before closing.

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