The ‘bald’ Blegoš is the highest peak of the Poljane valley. A modest but mighty mountain rises between the Poljane and Selca Valleys and is the second highest peak of the Škofja Loka Hills at 1,562 meters above sea level. In his eternal work Blossoms in Autumn, Blegoš was already praised by Ivan Tavčar, and before the Second World War, it was one of the main outposts in the defence system of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia against the Italians.
Climb right up to the characteristic green hat that has been inviting hikers for years. For such a cover, Blegoš has to thank the grass foundation at the very top. Perhaps the ascent to Blegoš will truly take your breath away, but never mind that. All the effort a person puts into getting to the top is rewarded a thousand times over with fresh air and a magnificent view of the surrounding Alps and valleys.