Hotel Zlatorog

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Ukanc 65, Bohinjsko Jezero, 4265, Slovenia
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by JeanCooke about Zlatorog Hotel

$35 The Zlatorog Hotel has a sign in the lobby stating the hotel was built with a pyramid in the interior 'to concentrate the cosmic rays so you will have good health and an enjoyable stay'! Thought I was back in California for a minute. Opposite the sign is a picture of Tito on a visit here. Strange juxtaposition.


by speedy77

A high mountain valley where nature remained unspoiled. The centre of this spread out settlement is at ?Na Logu? area. There is a Triglav national Park information center, campground, mountain museum and hotel Zlatorog. Trenta is the main starting point for the western approach to Mt. Triglav.

Slap Savica

by MichaelFalk1969

An impressive waterfall ca. 45 minutes walk from the western tip of Lake Bohinj. A good starting point would be Hotel Zlatorog in Ukanc, from there it is sign-posted.

Avtocamp Zlatorog.

by Rob_K about Avtocamp Zlatorog.

Price for a tent works out at about US$10 per night. Fantastic setting in the forest right on the shore of Lake Bohinj. They have a bar (with satellite TV - handy if you're passing through while the World Cup is on, like I was!) and snack-bar, and they rent rowing boats and mountain bikes.

It also had the worst thunderstorms I've ever seen outside the tropics - that river in the picture is meant to be a road! Just make sure your tent is waterproof...


by eden_teuling

Zlatorog is the name of the animal that you see here in the photograph.
This bronze you can meet at JASNA Hotel & Restaurant near Kranjska Gora and it is looking out over the cristal clear, light blue water of JASNA LAKE.

It represents the magic rock-goat (izard or chamois??).

Many a hotel, restaurant and even kinds of beer are called after him!
In Kranjska Gora he is the sentenel at the entrance of the National Park.

Zlatorog is immortal and it said to have gold horns.
He is the main-character in may legends and stories about the greed and destruction which everyone in SLOVENIA knows about.

High in the mountains he kept a mysterious treasure and a foreigner wanted to have that treasure, came stealthily nearer and nearer and shot Zlatorog against his horns.
But in a miracleous way a flower grew from the blood of the animal and it managed to eat this flowers with its last strength.

After that it could get up again because the flower had made him immortal!
Zlatorog's revenge was terrible: he killed the greedy hunter, destroyed the meadows in the mountains and disappeared never to come back again.

But his hidden treasure is siad to still be somewhere in the mountains....

When Slovenia decided to found the Triglav National Park, Zlatorog's spirit was there too, that day! His lost kingdom had to be re-instated, restored and the MOUNTAIN PARADISE had to be maintained.......



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Triglav national Park - 3day trek- advice please !

by wesn

Hi, my plan is to do a 3-day trekking from hut to hut and on foot in Triglav National Park early September.i know these walks should be possible to do in one day after reading alot of info, but still i have a few questions.

Day 1 ==> from Kamp Zlatorog via komarca to Triglav 7 lakes hut
Day 1==> from mountain hut Koca pri triglavski jezerih to hut Kosijev Dom
Day 3 ==> from Kosijev Dom to Mostnica Falls and then back to Stara Fuzina and from there to kamp Zlatorog by bus.

1-)Is there water/food available in these mountain huts to take along?
2-)Are these trails well-marked? i bought a map of the specific area but i don't know if that is sufficient enough or should i buy a GPS?
3-) Nobody i know wants to join me on this trekking so i would do it by myself because i really wanna see the nature. is it advisable to do so on your own?

i know these are many questions but please anyone that knows something more about this do get in touch !!! i'll buy you a pivo when i'm there!!

you can always send me an e-mail to or leave a message !!

bye and take care
grtz from Belgium

Re: Triglav national Park - 3day trek- advice please !

by bostjan37

Hello! Somebody mentioned pivo? (...) Now serious - all paths you are planning to use are well marked and there should be no problem to walk alone. Just be carefull on Komarca, on some parts it is steep with cliffs just bellow the trail. At the top of Komarca you can relax by "Crno jezero"( Black lake ). It would take you about 5 hours from camp to 7 lakes hut. There you can enjoy pivo or six and fresh cooked food, too. No problems in that department...You can even climb up to Mala Ticarica ( 2071m )- it would take you just an hour to reach the top. The trail from 7 lakes hut to Kosijev dom (hut)is a simple one. Must stop at Koca (hut)na Planini pri jezeru to have another pivo:)From 7 lakes hut to Kosijev dom it is about 4-5 hours of leisurely walk. On the official site of Slovenian hiking assotiation I noticed that Kosijev dom is opened just on Saturdays and Sundays - check before you go( - official Kosijev dom mail )! Then 2 hours to Stara Fuzina including stop at Mostnica Falls. Enjoy as much as you can! Take care!

Re: Triglav national Park - 3day trek- advice please !

by wesn

hi!! thanx for your useful reply! Now i'm only more encouraged to visit your beautiful country!! actually you made me curious as well bout those pivo's, lol.


Which bus stop in Bled?

by markgilbey

Hi I will be taking a bus from Ljubljana to Lake Bled, and will be staying at the HI hostel which is at Grajska cesta, which I gather is near to the lake.

Could you tell me please what bus stop I need to get off at?

I have seen the timetable on the Avtobusna postaja website, but there is more than one stop for Bled...

18 Lesce 10:08 10:08
19 Lesce železniška postaja 10:10 10:10
20 Bled Union 10:18 10:18
21 Bled 10:19 10:20
22 Bled Mlino 10:25 10:25

Is it the one called just "Bled"? That tallys up with the distance (57km) from Ljubljana. Is it quite easy to tell this is the correct stop? From experiences in Eastern Europe, sign postings for bus stops are quite poor. Is it easy to see?

Also if we go on to Lake Bohinj, which stop is it? Bohinj Jezero or Bohinj Zlatorog? I know its the same bus on from Ljubljana but it seems that the bus stops at so many places that I can't tell which one will take us to Lake Bohinj.

Many thanks.

RE: Which bus stop in Bled?

by markgilbey

Also, could you tell me what bus number this is please? Thanks.

RE: Which bus stop in Bled?

by iwys

The bus stop for Bled is just next to Ljubljana train station. In Bled, you get off at the final stop, in the town, which is right next to the lake.


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Address: Ukanc 65, Bohinjsko Jezero, 4265, Slovenia