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Slovenia's Julian Alps with Brother Ted

Triglav National Park September 18-26


Below are the best of the best photos from my hike and bike adventures in Slovenia. I have posted more here.

The trip begins near Bohinj, Slovenia at Bohinjsko Jezero (which I think means lake).

We climbed and climbed into the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park...

... to mounatin lakes.

Encounter exotic alpine salamaders...

... goats...

...and majestic vistas.

We stayed in cozy alpine huts.

We descended aqua blue rivers.

As well as crystal clear ones. At this site I saw my first European kingfisher!

We dined on Slovenian cuisine.

Before jumping on bikes and circumnavigating the Julian Alps.

We hiked Vintgar Gorge (google it!).

Teddy found a funky free bike to ride in a Slovenian village enroute to Italy.

We arrive in Italy and spend one night there before...

Climbing a mountain pass and heading back down into Slovenia.

Ten hours later we hopped a train to Zurich, Switzerland where Ted visited with his friend Tobias and I headed on to Marburg Germany.

Posted by jim.labbe 09:23 Archived in Slovenia

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OMG.... amazingly beautiful and fun! Sooooo jealous!

by Kathy G

Amazing wild life and scenery. Are you heading for SA soon? Always dreamed of paddling from Patagonia North. Much homework and logistics required. Would appreciate any info you might pick up along the way.
Thanks Jim

by Jim Rosenfeld

Hi Jim,
So awesome, absolutely breath-taking!
Where are you now? Going to the Netherlands soon again?
Hugs for you :)

by Lucia

Hi Lucia!

I am in the Netherlands... Nijmegen in fact... dancing my ass off at El Corte. I owe you a postcard update... Also... I have a travelblog update on my life here pending.

Hi Uncle Jim: Plans for SA are a bit up in the air. If I go maybe you should come join me? How are the ski slopes looking in the PNW so far? I suppose that might make it or break it for you.;)

(the other) Uncle Jim

by jim.labbe

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