Discover numerous panoramic trails with views on Bled and its surroundings.

Gorenjska region offers many different options for motorcyclers. We are presenting four different routes, which can be combined individually.

Driving through Triglav National park

Apart from other routes motorcycle routes run also through a mysterious and unique world of Triglav National Park, worth all the admiration. Let’s preserve it that way for us and for those who will visit it in the future. When visiting Triglav National Park respect the habits and the everyday life course of the local people. When visiting the National Park do not leave behind or take with you anything except beautiful memories. When going along routes follow the signs. Park the motorcycles on the designated spots. Spend the night in organised accommodations, camping outside the camping areas is not allowed. We ask motorcyclist to adjust the speed when driving on roads through protected areas thus contributing to environment protection. 


Route 1

Korensko sedlo (Wurzenpass) | Kranjska Gora | Vršič | Trenta | Bovec | Mangart | Predel

Route distance: 91 km
Duration: 2h
Motorcycle hotspot: the Vršič Border Crossing, road to the Mangart Mountain 

Descend Korensko sedlo Border Crossing (1073 m) and go to Kranjska Gora known after the Alpine Ski World Cup. Planica the cradle of ski jumps is located in its vicinity. Continue the drive into the Triglav National Park and ascend to Vršič (1611 m), the highest mountain border crossing in Slovenia, connecting Kranjska Gora with the Trenta Valley. Some of the 48 sharp turns on the north side of the crossing are still preserved paved. There are stunning panoramic views of Julian Alps on Vršič. The route continues to the Soča River Valley, past Bovec and forward across the Predel Border Crossing to Italy. Before reaching the Italian border you can go on a hiking trip on 12 km long mountain trail towards the mountain hut (1906 m) at the foot of 2677 m high Mangart Mountain (toll EUR 5), onto which you can climb. It takes you 2 hours from the mountain hut to the top of the mountain, but the gorgeous views will make the effort worthwhile when you reach the peak. 

Route 2

Loiblpass | Tržič | Jelendol | Begunje | Žirovnica | Lesce | Bled | Bohinjska Bela | Bohinjska Bistrica | Lake Bohinj | Soriška planina | Podbrdo | Most na Soči | Tolmin | Kobarid | Bovec | Predel

Route distance: 203 km
Duration: 5h
Motorcycle hotspot: Dovžan Gorge, panoramic route between Tržič and Begunje, panoramic scenery of Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj 

From the Ljubelj Border Crossing (1367 m) take the road to Tržič, a town known for century for its friendliness to travellers and then continue on the panoramic road to Begunje in the Gorenjska Region, the birth place of Slavko Avsenik and drive through the Municipality of Žirovnica, the cradle of Slovene culture and apiculture. Continue on the road to Bled. There is a small island in the middle of Lake Bled with the Pilgrimage Church of the Assumption of Mary on it and the well-known wishing bell. From here continue to Lake Bohinj where a trip with the cable car to one of the most beautiful lookouts – Vogel – is recommended. Upon returning to Bohinjska Bistrica continue the route towards Podbrdo to Tolmin. You should not miss the latter since the road to it is well marked. If you are a fish-lover, you will become especially fond of this tour, since you can find a lot of excellent fish restaurants in Kobarid. On the return route the road leads you through Bovec along the Soča River. The Soča River is known after sport fishing and sport activities, due to its crystal clear emerald green water, white rocks and its basin. From there you can take the road over the Predel Border Crossing to Italy. 

Route 3

Korensko sedlo (Wurzenpass) | Kranjska Gora | Jesenice | Gorje | Pokljuka | Rudno Polje | Lake Bohinj | Bohinjska Bistrica | Železniki | Kropa | Naklo | Kranj | Šenčur | Cerklje | Preddvor | Jezersko | Jezerski vrh

Route distance: 212 km
Duration: 5h
Motorcycle hotspot: Road to Pokljuka, road along Lake Bohinj, ascend to the Jezerski vrh Border Crossing

Take the road from the Korensko sedlo Border Crossing (1073 m) to Kranjska Gora and then ascend the Pokljuka Plain going through Jesenice and Gorje. When arriving on the top of the plain drive to Rudno polje where the centre of Biatlon World Cup is located. Then make your way along the road to Goreljek, Koprivnik and the picturesque villages of Bohinj’s Upper Valley towards Lake Bohinj. After the stop continue in the direction of Bohinjska Bistrica and continue over the Jelovica Plain through Železniki, famous for its rich heritage in iron work industry. In the Selca Village turn left in the direction of Dražgoše, continue past the lookout on Jamnik to Kropa, the cradle of blacksmith works. A road with less traffic will lead you through Naklo to Kranja, a town whose history dates back seven thousand years. Continue through Senčur, Zgornji Brnik, Cerklje and Visoko villages to Preddvor, where you can stop at Lake Črnava before ascending to Jezerski Vrh Border Crossing on the steep road through the longest Slovene village, the Kokra Village. At the border crossing you can drink curative mineral water for refreshment and continue your drive through Železna Kapla in Austria. 

Route 4

Jezersko | Preddvor | Kranj | Škofja Loka | Gorenja vas | Žiri | Idrija | Tolmin | Kobarid | Bovec | Predel

Route distance: 190 km
Duration: 4h 30 min
Motorcycle hotspot: drive over the
Jezerski vrh Border Crossing, ascend to Predel Border Crossing

Descend to Jezersko from the Jezerski vrh Border Crossing (1218 m) along a curvy mountain road and drive along the Kokra River to Preddvor, where Lake Črnava with its beautiful views invites you to make a quick stop. Then continue driving through the villages taking in the sights of maintained fields, meadows and forests and the mountain range of Kamnik-Savinja Alps to Predoselj at Kranj. There you can visit the Brdo Park, where former residence of Tito stands. The road will lead you from Kranj to Škofja Loka, the best preserved medieval town in Slovenia. Continue your journey through the Poljanska dolina Valley past Gorenja vas to Žiri, a former lace handicraft centre. Descend to Idrija, where a former mercury mine can be viewed, along the picturesque road from Žiri. The road then leads you to Most na Soči and Tolmin, along the Idrijca River. Ascend to the Predel Border Crossing along the emerald Soča River past Bovec the tourist centre, known after adrenalin sports and continue to Trbiž and Villach.