Triglav National Park
The park reached its present size in 1981, includes practically all of the Julian Alps that lie in Slovenia, and covers 83,807 hectares. The highest point in the park is the peak of Mount Triglav (2,864 m), from which the park takes its name, and the lowest point is in the Tolminska Chutes (180 m).
In Bohinj, we are increasingly aware of the advantages and significance of Triglav National Park for the development of environmentally friendly forms of tourism and recreation. It is therefore appropriate to warn visitors that they are entering a very sensitive world of natural ecosystems where they must be particularly considerate of nature.
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