The Tolmin gorges are the lowest and southernmost entry point into the Triglav National Park and Tolmin’s most important sight of nature. It is also one of the most beautiful for me. The most prominent attractions are the wedged rock named Bear’s Head and the Devil’s Bridge, 60 metres high above the bluish Tolminka River.
Tolminska Korita are not so far from the city centre and it is quite easy to get there. Once you´re there, you´ll have to park your car in front of the entrance and walk inside. After a parking lot,, which is just in front of the entrance, there is a small hut where you purchase the tickets. In general, the trail through Tolminska Korita is accessible throughout all year, but if there is a lot of snow it becomes totally inaccessible, and it is more beautiful in the spring time anyway. We arrived there in the late afternoon and it was perfect as there was not so many people, time to enjoy the nature. The whole trail is beautiful and the water is just incredible. Can´t believe it how blue and clean it was, sure it was super cold but it didn´t stop some people to take a swim. We have spend around two hours there and it is not a difficult hike/trail (well, depends for whom, and I love to walk.. ) Anyway, enjoy the pictures.