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The Tolmin Gorge is a common name for the Tolminka and Zadlascica Gorges, which are one of the most magnificent natural attractions in Tolmin.

The Tolmin Gorges are the lowest and probably the most beautiful entry point into the Triglav National Park. The circular path leads us through the wild gorges of Tolminka and Zadlascica, which merge into the only confluence in the gorges on the territory of Slovenia.The Tolmin Gorge is a common name for the Tolminka and Zadlascica Gorges, which are one of the most magnificent natural attractions in Tolmin.

 

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The thermal spring

with an average temperature between 18.8°C and 20.8°C

The Devil’s Bridge

set 60 metres high above the Tolminka River

Bear's Head

A large rock wedged between the walls of the Canyon of Zadlascica.

The Dante’s cave

The Zadlaška Cave, which has its second name after the poet Dante Alighieri

The Confluence of the Tolminka and the Zadlaščica

with an altitude of 180 m, it is the lowest point of the Triglav National Park

Tolmin Gorges

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  • There are free parking spaces for the disabled just before the entry point to the Tolmin Gorges.
  • There is a free of charge parking lot numbered P2 at the end of Tolmin (in the direction of Tolmin - Tolmin Gorges), from where also a free Shuttle Bus runs to the entry point. P2 is intended for personal vehicles, motorhomes and buses.
  • For motorcycles, there are free parking spaces next to the ecological island at the entry point to the Tolmin Gorges.
  • At the entry point to the Tolmin Gorges there is also a paid parking lot P1, which is intended only for personal vehicles.

Yes, the charging station for electric bicycles is right in front of the entry point to the Tolmin Gorges.

Low or high hiking shoes with a good sole.

Admission is free for disabled people with proof of disability. Disabled people in wheelchairs and those who find it very difficult to move can go by wheelchair or on foot to the Devil's Bridge and to Dante's Cave. For disabled people who can walk up the stairs, fences help them walk all the way.

Unfortunately, the path through the Tolmin Gorge is not suitable for strollers, as there are many stairs on the way. We recommend the use of a child carrier.

Yes, pets are welcome, but they must be on a leash at all times. Also have bags with you to clean up after it.

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