Less than 50 kilometres apart

Less than 50 kilometres apart

Less than 50 kilometres apart

Less than 50 kilometres apart

Less than 50 km apart

Even for us locals, seeing how many places we have within a small radius of the hut is exciting and surprising when we add trips and hikes to the map. And we are not done. Not at all.

We should be reminded daily of the beautiful nature we are living in.

Less than 50 kilometres apart

Nestled within the breathtaking Alps of Slovenia, the Vršič Mountain Pass is a gateway to many natural wonders, historical monuments, and outdoor adventures within a maximum 50-kilometre radius from the Erjavčeva mountain hut. Here is a still incomplete map.

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Natural Landscapes Nearby:

Soca River: The mesmerizing turquoise waters of the Soca River wind through the valley, carving through limestone gorges and offering breathtaking vistas at every turn. Don’t forget about the source of the river.

Triglav National Park:Slovenia’s only national park, Triglav National Park (UNESCO), encompasses rugged mountains, pristine lakes, and lush forests, providing endless opportunities for hiking, wildlife spotting, and outdoor exploration.

Vogel Plateau: Situated above Lake Bohinj, the Vogel Plateau offers panoramic views of the Julian Alps and the Triglav National Park. In winter, it transforms into a skiing and snowboarding paradise. You will drive trough Bled to get there.

Julian Alps: Towering peaks, including Mount Triglav, the highest peak in Slovenia, dominate the skyline, offering challenging ascents, breathtaking vistas, and opportunities for mountaineering and rock climbing. And Škrlatica, the second-high peak in Slovenia. Don’t forget about the lakes nearby. And our favourite – Mangart.

Soca Valley: The picturesque Soca Valley is dotted with charming villages, rolling hills, and meandering rivers, providing idyllic settings for outdoor activities such as cycling, fishing, and picnicking.

Koritnica Gorge: Carved by the Koritnica River, this stunning gorge features towering cliffs, lush vegetation, and crystal-clear waters, creating a serene and enchanting atmosphere.

Kranjska Gora:A popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, Kranjska Gora offers hiking trails, mountain biking routes, and stunning alpine scenery, with a little help of Lake Jasna, year-round.

Zelenci Nature Reserve: Located near Kranjska Gora, Zelenci Nature Reserve is home to a tranquil emerald-green lake surrounded by lush wetlands. It serves as a haven for birdwatchers and nature lovers.

Planica Valley:Famous for its ski jumping competitions, Planica Valley boasts scenic hiking trails, lush meadows, and majestic views of the surrounding mountains.

Vintgar Gorge:Just outside Bled, Vintgar Gorge features a wooden boardwalk that meanders alongside the Radovna River, offering spectacular views of waterfalls, rapids, and rock formations.

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Location of Erjavčeva mountain hut

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Russian Chapel:Built as a memorial to Russian prisoners of war who perished during World War I, the Russian Chapel stands as a testament to the region’s tumultuous history and enduring spirit of friendship.

Fortress Kluže:Dating back to the 15th century, Fortress Kluže played a crucial role in defending the region against invasions and now serves as a museum showcasing its rich military history.

Bovec Old Town: The charming streets of Bovec Old Town are lined with historic buildings, churches, and squares, offering glimpses into the town’s medieval past. We don’t want to forget about the giant waterfall. Just one of the many.

Predel Pass:This historic mountain pass with a fortress has been traversed for centuries, serving as a vital trade route between Slovenia and Italy. Lake Predil is just a corner away.

Bled Castle:Perched on a cliff overlooking Lake Bled, Bled Castle is one of Slovenia’s oldest castles, offering panoramic views of the lake and surrounding mountains.


Less than 50 kilometres away from peaceful Vršič pass.

Waterfall Virje:Tucked away in a serene forest setting, Waterfall Virje cascades over moss-covered rocks, creating a tranquil oasis for relaxation and contemplation.

Savica Waterfall:Located near Lake Bohinj, Savica Waterfall is one of Slovenia’s most iconic waterfalls, plunging into a scenic gorge surrounded by lush vegetation.

Lake Bohinj: Surrounded by towering peaks and dense forests, Lake Bohinj is the largest permanent lake in Slovenia. It offers opportunities for swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding.

Peričnik Waterfall:This majestic waterfall drops from over 50 meters, providing a mesmerizing spectacle as it cascades down the rocky cliffs of the Julian Alps.

Soca Emerald Road: This scenic drive follows the winding path of the Soca River, offering breathtaking views of emerald-green waters, rugged cliffs, and lush forests.

Julian Alps Biosphere Reserve:Designated by UNESCO, the Julian Alps Biosphere Reserve is home to diverse ecosystems, rare plant species, and abundant wildlife, including brown bears, chamois, and golden eagles.

Kozjak Waterfall:Hidden within a lush gorge near Kobarid, Kozjak Waterfall is a hidden gem accessible via a short hike through moss-covered forests and rocky cliffs.

Mangart Saddle: Known for its dramatic scenery and panoramic views, the Mangart Saddle offers a breathtaking vantage point of the Julian Alps, including the peaks of Italy and Austria. You will drive true Log pod Mangartom to get there.

Jasna Lake:Nestled amidst the picturesque scenery of Kranjska Gora, Jasna Lake is a serene alpine lake surrounded by forests and mountains, perfect for strolls and picnics.

Napoleon Bridge: Built during the Napoleonic Wars, the Napoleon Bridge spans the Soca River near Kobarid, offering a picturesque setting for photography and exploration.

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Vršič pass in Winter

Perfect location. Ideal for relaxation or active holidays.

Outdoor Adventures Less than 50 kilometres apart

Hiking and Trekking: Explore the myriad trails crisscrossing the Julian Alps, offering opportunities to discover hidden valleys, alpine meadows, and panoramic vistas.

Mountain Biking: Traverse rugged terrain and scenic landscapes on mountain biking trails that wind through forests, riverbanks, and over mountain passes.

Rock Climbing: Test your skills on the challenging rock faces and limestone cliffs found throughout the Julian Alps, offering routes suitable for climbers of all levels.

Via Ferrata Routes: Embark on thrilling via ferrata routes that traverse exposed ridges, scale vertical cliffs, and provide bird’s-eye views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Paragliding and Hang Gliding: Soar above the Julian Alps and Soca Valley on tandem paragliding or hang gliding flights, experiencing the exhilarating freedom of flight amidst breathtaking scenery.

Canyoning: Descend into hidden gorges and river canyons, navigating through waterfalls, pools, and natural slides on an adrenaline-pumping canyoning adventure.

White Water Rafting: Ride the exhilarating rapids of the Soca River on a white water rafting excursion, experiencing the thrill of navigating through crystal-clear waters and breathtaking scenery.

Kayaking and Canoeing: Paddle along the pristine waters of the Soca River or Lake Bohinj, exploring secluded coves, hidden beaches, and stunning shoreline vistas.

Wildlife Watching: Explore the diverse ecosystems of Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps, looking for native wildlife such as chamois, ibex, deer, and various bird species.

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Within a 50-kilometer radius of the Vršič Mountain Pass lies a treasure trove of natural beauty, historical significance, and outdoor adventures waiting to be explored. Whether captivated by towering peaks, enchanted by cascading waterfalls, or intrigued by centuries-old monuments, the Vršič region offers something for every traveller seeking to connect with nature, history, and adventure in the heart of the Julian Alps.

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Trips and Hikes around the hut

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