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Mountain ranges / Julian Alps / Koča pod Bogatinom / Pod Zjabci - Koča pod Bogatinom

Pod Zjabci - Koča pod Bogatinom

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Starting point: Pod Zjabci (745 m)
Lat/Lon: 46,3261°N 13,6982°E
Time of walking: 4 h 45 min
Difficulty: easy marked way
Altitude difference: 768 m
Altitude difference po putu: 1100 m
Map: Julijske Alpe - zahodni del 1:50.000
Recommended equipment (summer):
Recommended equipment (winter): ice axe, crampons
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Access to the starting point:
a) First drive to Kranjska Gora, then continue over the Vršič Pass towards Bovec. Shortly after the Berebica Gallery, you will arrive in the village Soča, where you will turn left over the bridge over the Soča River (towards the Jelinčič Tourist Farm and the Korita bivouac). After the bridge, do not turn left towards the bivouac, but continue driving straight ahead on the ascending asphalt road. Continue climbing through vast meadows, in the middle of which stand a few individual huts, and then the road turns into a forest. Higher up, the road turns quite left and leads us to Pod Zjabcev, where we see mountain direction signs for mountain pasture Za skalo, Dom na Komni and Triglav lakes. Park at a suitable place along the road.
b) From the coastal side, first drive to Bovec, then continue driving towards Trenta. Towards the end of the village Soča, turn right in the direction of the Jelinčič tourist farm and the Korita bivouac. After the bridge, do not turn left towards the bivouac, but continue straight on the ascending asphalt road. Continue climbing through vast meadows, in the middle of which stand a few individual huts, and then the road turns into a forest. Higher up, the road turns quite left and leads us to Pod Zjabcev, where we see mountain direction signs for mountain pasture Za skalo, Dom na Komni and Triglav lakes. Park at a suitable place along the road.
Path description:
From Pod Zjabcev, follow the marked trail, which passes the nearby cottage on the right. After the cottages, the path goes into the woods and quickly leads to a small crossroads, where we continue right across the stream. On the other side of the stream, the path turns left and starts to climb moderately through the dense forest. The ascent continues along the old mule track, which is already fairly loaded in several places, but it leads us higher up to a short steep rocky section. A well-maintained and wide mulatier leads us through this part, and the path above this part leads us to a viewpoint from which we have a beautiful view of the Bavški Grintavec.
From the viewpoint, the path returns to the forest and climbs quickly up to an old water trough (there is a small spring along the path, which dries up in dry periods). Above the trough, the path turns slightly left and then climbs through the forest in numerous switchbacks. Higher up, the path bends slightly and leads to a less visible crossroads, where an abandoned path branches off to the left towards mountain pasture Za skalo.
From here we continue straight on, but again a slightly steeper path, after 10 minutes of further walking, leads us to the next, this time completely unmarked crossroads. Here, an unmarked path branches off to the right, leading to a nearby hunting lodge and on towards mountain pasture behind Črni vrh, a hunting trail branches off to the left towards mountain pasture behind the rock, and we continue straight on to the next crossroads nearby, which is slightly better marked.
Here we continue straight ahead, or slightly right, along the marked trail in the direction of Triglav Lakes and Komna. Continue along the gently sloping path through the coniferous forest to the fork in the trail.
From the fork, continue along the right-hand path in the direction of Komna (Triglav lakes on the left), which bypasses Dol za Bajarjem on the right. On the other side of the valley, the path begins to climb, first gently and then steeply. The steepness quickly subsides, but the increasingly scenic route leads us into a series of small valleys, which we climb steeply to Oslova škrbina.
From the Oslova stump, the marked trail begins to descend towards the Lepa Komna plateau. During the descent, a few unmarked paths branch off to the right (old military mulatjere, which, if we are heading to Lanževica, shorten the route by a good 20 minutes), and we follow the marked path, which leads us lower down to a marked crossroads. From the crossroads continue straight in the direction Dom na Komni (sharp right Lanževica) along the path crossing lane of dwarf pines and then leads to a less visible crossroads, where an unmarked path branches off to the left towards Poljanica and further towards Mali vrata or mountain pasture on Kal and Triglav Lakes. Further on, a rather gently sloping path, which slightly ascends a few times, but otherwise descends gently, continues through a series of several small valleys. When the valleys end, there is a slightly longer descent and the path leads to mountain pasture at Kraje, from where it continues to the left towards the nearby mountain hut.
zemljovid puta - Koča pod Bogatinom
On the way: Oslova škrbina (1824m)
We can extend the trip to the following destinations: Dom pri Krnskih jezerih, Krnsko jezero, Dom na Komni ( 15 min), Mali Šmohor, Bogatin, Kal, Lanževica, Mahavšček, Velika Baba, Batognica, Vrh nad Peski, Krn
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Discussion about the trail Pod Zjabci - Koča pod Bogatinom
tavzentroza21. 07. 2016
Nameravam prehoditi to pot. A je kdo hodil tu te dni, kako je pot označena, je dovolj markirana ?, hodila bom sama.
valerija11222. 07. 2016
Tu smo hodili lani,velike razlike zagotovo ni. Pot je lepo označena,predvsem pa prekrasna.Vzemi s sabo zgornji opis poti,da malo pokukaš,kako gre.Res je tudi bolj samotno,ne računat na kako gužvo. Srečno,uživaj!
tavzentroza22. 07. 2016
Hvala, sem predvidevala ja ,da je samotno in to rabim.
mito300022. 07. 2016
hodil dober teden nazaj od Pod Zjabcev do odcepa za planino Za skalo od koder sem šel v Travniško dolino. Pot je zelo lepo sledljiva v blago vzpenjajočih ključih. Je pa res samotno v teh koncih.
     
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