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Vodiška planina mountain pasture

The Vodiška planina mountain pasture is surrounded by vast forests. A gravel road leads up to the pasture, ideal for mountain biking, from where it is also possible to cycle to surrounding mountain pastures and to Bohinj.

Vodiška planina mountain pasture in Winter

The Partizanski dom mountain hut stands on the Vodiška planina mountain pasture and can accommodate 54 people. Delicious homemade food is available, and in summer traditional dishes such as fresh sour milk and buckwheat are available. Numerous trails lead to/from the pasture, including from Kropa and Jamnik.


Lovers of unspoilt nature, cycling and hiking, for whom basic accommodation suffices, will enjoy a stay here. The moutain hut can cater for group events and celebrations, which can be held on the ground floor or on the terrace, whilst beds are on the upper floor.



The Vodiška planina mountain pasture is accessible on foot year-round, from Kropa, Jamnik or Kamna Gorica. A gravel road leads from Spodnja Lipnica. Although the mountain hut is located at an altitude of 1,080 metres, during winter, other than at times of exceptionally heavy snowfall, the road is snow ploughed and accessible for vehicles with snow chains.


Number of beds: 54



Kropa 180, Kropa

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