We drive from Bohinjska Bistrica towards waterfall Savica and park there.
Path description (automatic translation):
The parking lots are across the road which crosses a bridge over the river Savico. Next we follow the path towards the Triglav Lakes. Initially Lozna path quickly becomes steep and climbing up a flight of the southern lower slopes Komarče. After a good half-hour walk the path it becomes even more steep and leads to technically demanding jobs. Komarče the way the side is a nice channeled nevertheless is on every step with caution, that do not slip. In difficult places help us all guards to safer rises to the top wall. Steep ascent, which takes about one hour ends with a view of the valley in the parking lot where we parked the car. Then steep discounts, but the way our five-minute walk leads to extreme Black Lake. Marked path already a few steps before the lake turns right and lead us quickly to a crossroads where we continue to the right in the direction of the mountain Viševnik and Pršivca (straight house in the Triglav lakes). The way forward for some time passing through the woods synopsis, then crosses briefly panoramic hillside and for the return to the woods. Here we on the right side, a few tens of meters below the path heard an interesting karst spring, which immediately after the source descends through Komarče. (If we have time available and may be going to the source, a caution as the spring ends with a steep precipitous slopes.) Path, which takes place on a little visited area called Stadorjem Down below, but for a short period and treated us to lower dolinice at the bottom which often keeps the cold air. Next is the path that is often quite wet in the woods, where the climb begins strmeje. Very cool the way it comes out of the woods just before the mountain Viševnik to what separates us just 5 minutes walk extreme. Middle of the mountain come to a crossroads where we continue strongly in the right direction Pršivca on the path to be cross-vzpne against the Western part of the mountain. The path then turns slightly more to the left and begins strmeje climb. The ascent is short and ends with a slight downhill, for which we get to the cave Majske (abyss studied to a depth of 592m). Few are the way to beginning a steep climb to the top of Pršivca, which is achieved after about 20 minutes further walk on the increasingly razglednem slope..