Kozjak Waterfall, Kobarid

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The Kozjak Brook cascades over many slopes, forming the six picturesque Kozjak Waterfall along its way. Walk from Kobarid through a lush forest along the river to reach Great Kozjak, one of the two accessible falls. On your way there you can make a short detour and see the remains of the World War I bunkers on the right. Cross a swing bridge and walk over a slippery limestone path to reach the wooden observation deck. Plunging from a height of 15 m (50 ft), the waterfall carves a dim underground chamber that looks like a rocky amphitheater. The chamber's increasingly narrow walls resemble karst caves and the vast turquoise pool covers its bottom. See Kozjak Waterfall and all Kobarid has to offer by arranging your trip with our Kobarid day trip tool.
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  • Nicely arranged parking space. You pay the parking fee in advance at the € 2 vending machine. There is a beautiful path to the waterfall. At the waterfall it is a little narrow but very nice. Along... 
    Nicely arranged parking space. You pay the parking fee in advance at the € 2 vending machine. There is a beautiful path to the waterfall. At the waterfall it is a little narrow but very nice. Along...  more »
  • Beautiful gorges and waterfall to visit! You do not need to long, 45 minutes to take your time. It costs 5€ per adult. Best to try to visit them when it is not too busy. We included this visit in a... 
    Beautiful gorges and waterfall to visit! You do not need to long, 45 minutes to take your time. It costs 5€ per adult. Best to try to visit them when it is not too busy. We included this visit in a...  more »
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  • Beautiful waterfall, well worth of your visit. There is a slow half hour walk from the parking lot to the waterfall. The gravel road is wide and well maintained, easy to access for the elderly or small children. Better not to go with a stroller. There is a parking fee and an entrance fee during the tourist season but in the late fall/winter it's free.
  • Nice and easy path, a bit unreasonable tourist fee.

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