Rivers The Soča river One of the most beautiful rivers in Europe, the Soča is an important natural treasure in the Triglav National Park. It is famous for its deep emerald colour and brisk rapids in the upstream area. The Nadiža river Its turqoise waters, torrential during the frequent storms, originate under the massive Stol range. The source of the Soča One of the most beautiful karst sources in the Julian Alps, the source of the Soča accumulates water from Jalovec, Šita, Travnik and Mojstrovka. The Šunik water grove A beautiful corner in the pristine surroundings of the Triglav National Park. The Učja river A habitat for countless endangered animal species, the area around the Učja also boasts karst features and other natural sights carved by ice and snow. The Glijun stream Waters from the Kanin and Rombon mountains accumulate to form the source of the Glijun (435 m). The stream bustles playfully among the mossy rocks, flowing towards the Virje waterfall and the Plužna artificial lake. The Idrijca river Popular bathing areas on the Idrijca River are: Slap ob Idrijci and Bača pri Modreju. The Sušec stream and waterfalls On the north face of the Stol mountains, the Sušec stream has carved out a beautiful gorge boasting pools, waterfalls, rapids and gullies making up a unique natural water park. The Globoški potok stream and waterfalls Over a course of over 100 m, there is a series of waterfalls below Skutnik. Above the Učja gorge, they accumulate and flow into the 80 m triple waterfall on the Globoški potok stream. The Šunik stream in Bavšica Flowing among rocks covered in thick moss, the Šunik stream runs from the Bavšica valley towards the Koritnica river. The Krajcarica stream One of the largest streams to flow into the Soča, the Krajcarica springs from under the highest summits of the Julian Alps. The Slatenik stream Between Javoršček and Polovnik, running across dark greyish brown rocks towards the Soča, there is a stream that was once believed to have healing properties. The Predelica stream and waterfalls This long stream with a famous, almost inaccessible gorge in the Triglav National Park springs from several sources at the Predel mountain pass and flows into the Koritnica in Log pod Mangartom. The Lepenjica stream This paradise for fly fishing enthusiasts is particularly picturesque in the section known as the Šunik water grove, where the water has carved out a gorge some 100 m in length and up to 10 m in depth. Kloma stream and waterfalls Falling over the steep slopes in Zadnjica, there are several waterfalls around 10 m high as well as Slovenia's highest waterfall, Kloma (128 m). The Gorejca stream and waterfalls Some time ago, the locals dammed a section of the Gorejca stream, creating a small pool (10 m x 5 m) where the water reaches temperatures of up to 20 ºC.