Vogel is one of the most extensive high-altitude meadows in the Eastern Julian Alps,and it has already been inhabited 5000 years ago. It is located in the Lower Bohinj mountains and includes the area of Prvi Vogel and Zadnji Vogel. It stretches from Konjski Vrh via Vogel and Šija to the ridge above the pasture Suha (Planina Suha)
The high-altitude archaeological hiking trail Vogel consists of twelve informative boards that show the rich alpine vegetation, wildlife, the history of the ski resort, and archaeological sites of the first shepherds and miners. The explanations on the boards are complemented with short animated films, and the archaeological site Dolga Planja features a visualization of the past. The thematic educational trail is 4 km long.
By prior arrangement, the trail is guided by archaeologist Mija Ogrin.
A 4 km long, high mountain hiking archaeological trail connects nature, hiking and history in one experience. Twelve informative boards show vegetation, wildlife and the history of the ski resort.