Pokljuka is the largest closed forest area in Triglav National Park and one of the best known Slovenian plateaus, mostly due to the biathlon World Cup competitions it has hosted for decades. For those that are unfamiliar with the sport, biathlon is cross country skiing combined with shooting.
The World Cup biathlon races begin next Thursday, 23 January 2020, and for anyone looking for a good excuse for a trip into nature the forecasts say the weather will be sunny, like it was for this race in 2015:
For further details on the schedule, please click here.
Tickets cost €20 for Thursday and Friday and €25 for Saturday and Sunday. For details on special offers, click here.
The organisers are asking visitors to leave their vehicles in Bled and continue their journey to Pokljuka with a shuttle bus service that’s free with a World Cup ticket. For further details on how to get there here please click here.