Kranjska Gora is a great touristic destination. It is a famous and
popular SKI centre in winter. High peaks are a challenge for mountaineers.
Road to the Vršič pass and bike routes are a pleasent idea for vacations.
There is one of the entries to the Triglav national park. There are also
many waterfalls nearby - particularly in Julian Alps. On the opposite side
of Julian Alps are Karavanke Alps. Only few kilometres away from Kranjska
Gora is the highest waterfall in Karavanke Alps. It is "connected" from
seven smaller waterfalls (stages) connected in "big" one with the height
of 100 m. It is not a touristic attraction, but hike there is something
special. Path to the waterfall is not marked and is not easily accessed
(alpine boots are recomended), but a fine hiking route from Kranjska Gora
to gozd Martuljek leads nearby. It is marked with No.5. There is an unique
view to the Julian Alps.
|Overall Height: 334 feet / 100 meters
Tallest Single Drop: ?
Total Number of Drops: 7 (?)
Waterfall Type: cascades
Average Width: N/A
Volume : N/A
Max. Recorded Volume: N/A
Best Flows: ?
Known Alternate Names: Smeč
Location: Kranjska gora - Gozd Martuljek
GPS WGS 84): N:46°29'36"
Altitude (bottom) ~ 557 m