Tolmin Gorge

Tolmin Gorge: Address, Phone Number, Tolmin Gorge Reviews: 4.5/5

Tolmin Gorge
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Emilie G
Montrouge, France1,467 contributions
Aug 2021
This is a must-see in the area of Tolmin. Definitely make sure you have enough time to visit this place. We would recommend around two hours to take the time to visit it. One of the car parks, the further away one is free and the walk is easy from it. If you come after a certain time, it is cheaper (8€ for us around 5pm). The staff at the welcome was incredible and the map given makes it easy to find you way. Enjoy this gorgeous and magical place!
Written September 26, 2021
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FamilLor
Koper, Slovenia61 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
This was our second visit (first one was 6 years ago). The Gorge is a wonderful and calm Haven on Earth if you’re fortunate enough not to find a crowded timeline as we did.
We have rated 4 stars just because the parking lot is quite expensive (3eur for 1 hour.. which automatically goes to 6eur because od the lenght of the tour).
Written August 5, 2020
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17Edy6
Brezovica pri Ljubljani, Slovenia248 contributions
Aug 2020
You must to see Tolmin Gorge if you are in this part of Slovenia. Really beautiful nature.
The foothpath is settled.
You can buy cheaper ticket in the hotel Dvorec in Tolmin (6,50 EUR - ordinary price 8 EUR).
Written September 7, 2020
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Aug 2020
The place is very nice but the price of the entry ticket (8.00€) is not justified for the offered services and the price of the parking is absolutely out of the world (3€ per hour) and not justified. For the price of the ticket so expensive I would expect an indoor parking and a shuttle that take the visitor to the Gorge.
Prices in all Slovenia have grown up over any decent level without any other reason than satisfy the growing greed of slovenian. Same for the Koziak fall, for parking in Bled and many other places. It seems that they are only interested it taking as much money as they can from the turist that will never return after such an experience.
Written August 13, 2020
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Natasa J
Ljubljana, Slovenia64 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
We made this beautiful walk with children and my parents - three generations! We were all amazed and we did some exercise. Natural wonder with special climate - at the time of our visit it felt like we are in the jungle (warm and high humidity).
The ticket for family is 20 eur and for seniors 7 eur.
Written August 30, 2020
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TravellingJan
San Carlos, CA262 contributions
If you are driving through the Soca Valley area of western Slovenia after coming over the pass in the Julian Alps, stop in the town of Tolmin, south of Kobarid and north of Most na Soci, for an incredible hike which starts near the top of a gorge, crosses a bridge then descends down the side of the gorge through magnificent scenary to the bottom, across another bridge then up again back to the top. All along the way you are looking at green and turquoise water due to the karch stone and a gorge so narrow in places that you can barely see through and down the river. This is a real "wow" experience and probably not more than 2+ miles total walk.
Written October 19, 2008
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Joyce B
Orlando, FL42 contributions
Aug 2011 • Couples
We spent several hours hiking this gorge south of Bovek, Slovenia. Thank God we had a navigation system, but even then we thought we were on the wrong road! The roads kept getting smaller and smaller, finally turning into a one lane road. But the reward at the end was fantastic! This hike was not a leisurely stroll, but instead a bit strenuous if you're not used to steep inclines. The place was beautiful to say the least. I could not find any information about it in our travel books, and could not believe it was overlooked! Don't miss this gorgeous hike if you're in the Soca Valley area of the Triglav.
Written September 16, 2011
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CatieQFoster
Bonn, Germany49 contributions
Jul 2014 • Couples
We have visited multiple gorges during our visit to Slovenia, including Vintgar. This was our favorite! There were less tourists and it is more grand. There are more stairs to climb making it a bit less accessible for some. I agree with what another reviewer said, go clockwise around the loop. It will be less effort with stairs. After you pay (just 4 euro), go up the road. You will come to a crazy bridge. Just a bit after you cross the bridge the trail into the gorge will be on the right. We went in the evening, the lighting was great. Enjoy!!
Written July 30, 2014
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mcoo
126 contributions
Sep 2012 • Friends
It would have been a hard time finding this place, as it was not enough to just follow 'Tolmin' on the gps. Thanks to a tripadvisor tip we found it fairly quick tough (follow directions to “Tolminska Korita” when arriving in Tolmin). The park was quite nice, tranquil river flowing between massive walls of rock. Well maintained walkways provided a fair amount of viewpoints in the clove.
Written September 24, 2012
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paddyb-travel
London, UK160 contributions
Aug 2012 • Couples
We drove to Lake Bled from the coast and stopped by Tolmin. The Tolmin town is easy to find but keep an eye for the sign for the turn (it won’t be “Tolmin Gorge” – look for “Tolminska Korita”). You pay 4 Euro to get in and they give you a little map. The routes were easy to follow and walk (we saw young kids walking with their parents) and the gorge is beautiful and impressive. We didn’t go into the cave but was told you could do if you have the right equipment. I won’t compare this to Vingtar Gorge near Lake Bled as I feel both offer different feel (and you should go to both).
Written September 5, 2012
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