Roads in the Radovna, Krma and Kot valleys are closed to all traffic, except for contractors, for storm recovery and forestry work.
Quiet zones define adapted land use to minimise disturbance to the natural environment.
Due to recent storms, the trail in the Pokljuka Gorge has been damaged and there is a high risk of falling trees and rocks!
Yesterday, in Log pod Mangrtom, representatives of the Triglav National Park Public Institution ceremonially handed over an electric vehicle to the Municipality of Bovec. The first vehicle of its kind will be used for transport in the local community. It will contribute to traffic mitigation and, consequently, to climate change mitigation. The opening of the Mangrt Educational Trail at the Mangrt saddle was followed by a guided tour of the Mangrt Educational Trail, which was accompanied by rich descriptions of the trail's contents by the Institute's employees and others involved in its creation and development.
Our staff are happy to participate in educational activities for all generations, not only those organised by our institution, but also others. For example, our Nature Conservation Officer Zvonko Kravanja, Head of the Trenta Department, enriched the Young Explorers' Camp in Lepena.
Today is World Conservation Officer Day. In recent years, around 20 nature conservation wardens have been looking after the 840 square kilometres of the Triglav National Park. On this day, we would like to remind you of the importance and indispensability of their work.
Experiences, getting to know the Triglav National Park and its people, and weaving new bonds are just some of the details from this year's Young Supervisors' Camp, which took place on Planina pri jezero.
In the face of changing weather conditions and after a period of successive storms that prevented many hikes in the Triglav National Park, we would like to highlight the botanical diversity of this area, which is safe to get to know better these days.
The LIFE FOR SEEDS project team, which also includes the staff of the Triglav National Park, spends most of the summer on the meadows, as the restoration of the meadows is in full swing. This time we describe the production of green mulch and its importance for meadow restoration.
The Triglav National Park hereby informs that from 24 July 2023, the information point at Mrzle studenec in Pokljuka will be renovated. It will not be available for use during the works.
The main tasks of nature conservation monitors in the Triglav National Park are defined in regulations, but the details are often dictated by the situation on the ground.
The restoration of meadows under the LIFE FOR SEEDS project is well underway.
The Pocar Homestead in Zgornja Radovna is very lively on summer weekends, when it is open for tours and visits.
The French Embassy in Slovenia organised a celebration of the French National Day in Ljubljana yesterday. The ceremony was also attended by Dr Tit Potočnik, Director of the Triglav National Park Public Institution (TNP). He and the French Ambassador to Slovenia, Florence Levy, discussed the deepening of professional cooperation.
This week, a friendship hike from Bovec, via Skutnik, to the Italian mountain of Cot, or Malga Cot in Italian, was organised by the Public Institute of the Triglav National Park (JZ TNP), the Natural Park of the Julian Foothills and the municipalities of Bovec on the Slovenian side and Rezia on the Italian side. As befits a cross-border march, the participation was also international or cross-border.
Our fieldworkers observe many herb pickers in the meadows and other areas of the Triglav National Park. Some of them collect herbs in the first and second protection zones, where it is forbidden, and there are also those who exceed the permitted amounts of herbs for non-commercial purposes. We have therefore compiled some information to help visitors.