Kozjak Waterfall, also Veliki Kozjak Waterfall, is the highest and most recognizable waterfall on the Kozjak stream, which flows into the Soča River near Kobarid,Slovenia.
The Kozjak Waterfall carved a dark hall, the ceiling of which collapsed and the bottom of which was flooded by a pool of blue-green color. A well-maintained footpath leads to it, which starts in Kobarid at the bridge, also called Napoleon’s Bridge, crosses a larger meadow, and at the end of it, at the stone bridge from 1895, near the confluence of Kozjak and Soča.
From June 2019, to visit the waterfall, it is necessary to pay a fee for the use of tourist infrastructure, which is collected by the Municipality of Kobarid.
Access : Coordinates: 46.261111, 13.591667 / Kozjak Waterfall is a waterfall in Slovenia near Kobarid. ( Kobarid is a city located in the Soča Valley in the Julian Alps of Slovenia. )
- Kozjak Waterfall is the largest of six waterfalls in the Kozjak, a tributary of the Soča. The water collects in a basin, where it turns a dark green color.
The waterfall has carved out a kind of underground hall, the bottom of which is flooded by a spacious pool of blue-green color, and the walls are filled in like in karst caves. A 15-meter-high white pillar of water bounces off the darkness of this hall.
- The waterfall is also part of the ‘Kobarid Historical Trail’, which runs in the vicinity of Kobarid and leads us past all the main Kobarid sights.
Go next : See the remains of caverns from the First World War / The stone bridge from 1895 : Napoleon Bridge / Kobarid , a city located in the Soča Valley in the Julian Alps of Slovenia.