Just returned from visiting the beautiful Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj areas and the impact of the ice storm in February is massive. There is a lot of work underway to cut down and remove trees where they have fallen but a lot of walking paths/cycle routes are still blocked by fallen trees. Quiet walks in the woods are somewhat marred by the sound of chain-saws while tractors are carving deep tracks through the same woods to drag tree trunks away.
On a day of bad rain we walked round the lake and up to Vintgar Gorge which is not open at this time of year but is absolutely in spate with huge tree limbs coming down, bits of tree blocking the river etc. Speaking to the Lake Bled tourist office staff later we were told that it was possible that Vintgar Gorge would not be open until June this year as so many of the board walks have been smashed away by fallen trees in the river. It was quite frightening to watch the power of the water going by full of debris and creating white water rapids.
I know that a visit to the Gorge is a real highlight of many people's visits to this area (I'm already planning to return to do the things I didn't manage to do) so it may be worth checking with the tourist info office or the excellent DEs for this part of Slovenia to see if it is open if you plan to visit.