Alpe Adria Trail
A hiking trail of three countries: Austria, Slovenia and Italy.
This long distance hiking trail Alpe Adria Trail leads from the foot of the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner, through the most beautiful mountain and lake regions in Carinthia, and, without any major detours, leads close to the point where the three countries of Austria, Italy and Slovenia intersect at the Dreiländereck, and then on through Slovenia in Soča Valley towards Trieste and the Adriatic.
Alpe Adria Trail is 690 km long. Devided is on 38 stages. There are 3 stages in Soča Valley.
- Stage No. 25 of the Alpe Adria Trail: Bovec - Drežnica (Kobarid)
A large part of this picturesque stage runs along the left bank of the River Soča, before turning away from the river towards the end of this stage. The route then leads up to the delightful village of Drežnica near Kobarid.
- Stage No. 26 of the Alpe Adria Trail: Drežnica (Kobarid) - Tolmin
This stage is steeped in history – on former military paths and across the Alpine meadows of the Triglav National Park. At the end of this stretch, the route descends again to the River Soča, before reaching the town of Tolmin.
- Stage No. 27 of the Alpe Adria Trail: Tolmin - Tribil di Sopra (Stregna)
On The walk of Peace you will cross the border between Slovenia and Italy. Your route takes you past valleys, rolling hills, an open air museum and a castle, and you will walk on paths which have written history.