Canyoning in Kozjak waterfall, Soča Valley

Matevz, an IFMGA mountain guide, has planned a great canyoning journey in Kozjak waterfall, one of the most beautiful natural pools in the Soča Valley.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Julian Alps

People per Guide

Trip Level

Sustained

Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified

Highlights

 
     

    Kozjak waterfall is one of the main attractions in the Soča Valley. Are you ready for a great canyoning adventure there?

    A 30-minute hike from the small town of Kobarid will lead us to this stunning waterfall on the Kozjak brook, that feeds the Soča river.

    Tucked in a rocky amphitheatre, this 15 m high waterfall ends up on a pool of crystal emerald water. A beautiful natural scenery and also an exciting canyoning spot!

    There are jumps up to 20 m and you can also rappel on the canyon’s narrow walls. Furthermore, you’ll get to swim on its cold waters (don’t worry, you’ll be wearing a neoprene suit!). The whole trip will demand between 5 and 7 hours.

    Please, send me a request if you are interested on this adventure at Kozjak waterfall! It will be a fantastic experience!

    I offer many mountain programmes in this area, like a panoramic hike in the Julian Alps. Please note that you can combine this trip with any other you wish and receive a discount. Besides, you can ask about other non-mountain activities including horseback riding, mountain biking, skydiving, paragliding, kayaking, hot air ballooning and more!

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    Price per person

     
    Group of 1
    320 EUR

    Group of 2
    160 EUR

     

    Price includes

     
    • Guiding fee
    • Transportation from your hotel/airport (if in area) to the start of the trip and back
     The necessary equipment (neoprene suit, canyoning shoes, harness and a helmet) is included in the price.
     

    Other details

     
    Skill level required

    Intermediate

    Fitness level required

    Fit

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    What to bring: Swim suit, towel and water.

     

    About the Guide

     
     

    I’m a certified IFMGA mountain guide and canyoning guide living in the small and famous town of Bled, in Slovenia.

    I started rock climbing at the age of 5. From that time on, the mountains became my playground. During my childhood, I took part in many rock climbing competitions. When I was 12, my twin brother and I did our first multi-pitch climb on a 350 m wall.

    By the age of 16, I started competing in ice climbing world cups and later on skydiving junior world cups. In fact, in 2008 I became the world champion at the UIAA Ice Climbing Overall Ranking in speed ice climbing.

    I climbed in many different countries like Peru, South Korea, Switzerland, France and Italy. However, Slovenia is the place I like the most.

    Among other significant achievements, I did the first winter ascent (from the bottom of the wall) in Sphinx, the most difficult route in the mythical North Face of Mt Triglav. Besides, I got the first place for males at the IFMGA International mountain guide climbing championship in 2017.

    I like sharing moments with people, especially in mountains. Feel free to join me in the highest mountains, steepest walls and many other Alpine wonders. I’m flexible, so we can also research places in other countries worldwide. Deep canyons, emerald rivers, beautiful mountains, great people, a good laugh, you name it.

    I look forward to meeting you!

     
     

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    What People are Saying about Matevz Vukotic

     

    We were with Matevz\' friend, (Ziga? - sorry if I spelled this incorrectly), but still definitely had a great time :). Thank you both .. hope to come back again!
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    Jorella Doga-ong
    Our guide was Mitja Drinavec (not Matevz Vukotic), he was very nice and responsible during the entire trip. Thank you for the great experience.
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    Szilvia Baron
    That was not the guide, to begin with. It was a very very young woman. She was not very communicative, although she replied all the questions asked by the people seating in the front row. I, at the rear, have little opportunity to actually ear anything that it was said. Even less to ask myself The tour was not so bad but obviously some stops were far more interesting than others. What I found really annoying was the company of two people (clearly not customers) who shared the tour with us, speaking one another in their language as if they were alone in the van. Customers and friends (colleagues?) should be kept apart.
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    Susana Zorrilla
    Hi, We had a great climb with Matevz on the Hanz route - we knew we were in good hands and he kept a good pace and made sure we were taken care of on the way up. The climb was quite steep and a little scary but it helped knowing we were secured by a rope so an exhilirating day overall. We loved it!
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    Jessie Gonthier
     

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