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Treetop Walk Pohorje in Rogla

Face the mighty forests of the Pohorje Mountains

Treetop Walk Pohorje is located at the heart of the mighty Pohorje forests, at the peak of Roga, 1517 metres above sea level. Take a walk and discover Slovenia’s treasure trove and its natural delights, starting with the forests from the roots to the tops.

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This is where you can find all the information about our opening hours, pricing and how to get to the Treetop Walk at a single glance.

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Around the path

The 62-meter dry slide inside the tower provides the right dose of adrenaline

The slide

The 62-metre tunnel slide inside the lookout tower provides an extra shot of adrenaline within the treetops. The slide from the top platform of the tower shortens the way back to the forest ground and is a special experience for visitors of all ages.

Taste excellent homemade local food, prepared according to the recipes of our grandmothers, and a rich selection of top Slovenian wines.


After a day full of outdoor activities, a hungry tummy will appear at some point! Located near the Treetop Walk, you can enjoy a meal at the Hotel Natura restaurant or at the Pizzeria Planja at Roga’s summit.

Rogla is a real treasure trove of nature experiences and the right amount of adrenaline in all seasons

Pure adrenaline

For adrenalin junkies, the Zlodejevo winter-summer toboggan run and the Rogla Bike Park will be paradise. Six trails with different levels of difficulty make the hearts of every downhill rider beat faster. Let’s go!

The ski resort covers approximately 100 hectares, and 10 kilometers of groomed tracks are also intended for cross-country skiing.

Skiing resort

Right next to the Treetop Walk you will find the Rogla Ski Centre. 100 hectares of pistes, 11 lifts and 2 chairlifts lead to slopes of different difficulties. There are also 10 kilometres of slopes for cross-country skiing.

A pleasant hiking trail to the Lovren Lakes leads through the Rogla plains


The peace and quiet of the forest as well as plenty of fresh air attract many hikers to Rogla. Marked trails suitable for hikers of all ages will take you to the Lovrenice lakes, the Ribnica cottage, Osankarica or Černý jezero.

Frequently asked questions about the Treetop Walk

Frequently asked questions and answers


Can the path be accessed with a wheelchair?

Can the path be accessed with a wheelchair?

The trail and the lookout tower are designed to be low-barrier and, with a maximum gradient of 6 percent, are also well suited for wheelchairs and families with prams. The nets and handrails along the trail’s sides are transparent so that both wheelchair users and small children can enjoy the scenery on the Treetop Walk.

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Bad weather

Is the trail open in bad weather?

Is the trail open in bad weather?

Can I also visit the Treetop Walk during poor weather?
Yes, the trail is open all year round – even during rain. In snow the trail is cleared and accessible.
Only in the event of storms, hail, thunderstorms and ice do we reserve the right to close the Treetop Walk for safety reasons. In case of bad weather, the slide will also be closed.
If we have to close the Treetop Walk due to bad weather conditions, we will announce this on our website as well as on Facebook and Instagram. Feel free to check back here on the day of your visit before you head out to be sure!

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Are dogs permitted on the Treetop Walk?

Are dogs permitted on the Treetop Walk?

Can I bring my dog on the trail?
Unfortunately, due to our stringent hygiene and safety regulations, particularly because of the attendance of small children, dogs* or any other pets are not allowed on the Treetop Walk. In addition to hygienic aspects, the safety issue (for both animals and humans) also takes on a major part here. Most responsible owners of course look after their pet, but animals can show unexpected behaviour at height. Also, the width of the trail does not offer animals nor people with a fear of dogs the opportunity to retreat.
*Exceptions: Assistance dogs for the physically disabled, blind and visually impaired.

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Tourist destination Rogla - Pohorje

A destination of lost wonders

A visit to the Pohorje Treetop Walk in Rogla takes about one to one and a half hours. Have you been planning a day trip? It is definitely worth it! Rogla – Pohorje is really an insider tip as an excursion destination with enough adventures for anyone – even for several days.

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Information for groups

Delight your loved ones with a unique experience among the treetops

You are planning a school trip or an excursion for children or students? Or are you organising an outdoor event for a club, a golf club or in the neighbourhood? At Rogla, the season never ends, and the Treetop Walk Pohorje is a popular attraction and a guarantee of unique experiences.
Find everything you need to plan your visit here: See our low pricing for groups, the possibility of guided tours and information for tour operators.

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