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Kozjak Waterfalls, Kobarid
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The Kozjak Brook cascades over many slopes, forming the six picturesque Kozjak Waterfalls 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. Before you head to Kobarid, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Kobarid family vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Kobarid has to offer, including Kozjak Waterfalls.
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  • This is a mut see! It's the most beautiful waterfall for me...you can't stop looking at it and liten to it when you're there...amazing. 
  • After a very quiet walk for some of the most beautiful places of the mundo...com that sensational River ... There is the waterfall, so beautiful. and you enjoy nature, go.
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  • Reached by the path that starts from Kamp Lazar, with adjoining footbridge quite impressive. The last meters of the trail are very choreographed with bridges and a continuous zigzag in the Creek. Once you arrive in front of the lobby where there is a waterfall, I would say that the view is nothing short from film, maybe accomplice fact of seeing them at the beginning of spring. A great look with a minimum of fuss, absolutely recommended.
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