About halfway, we passed the entrance to one of the deepest caves in the area - some 900m deep. The narrow opening looked ominous. As we approached the lake for the final descent, we witnessed a group of paragliders taking off - it was an excellent spot for it, having such a steep slope and great views over the lake. We got to the town of Stara Fuzina for a late lunch, where we bumped into a group of British hillwalkers from a university group or something. We ate more hearty soup and dashed to catch the bus back to Bled.
A great outing in the Alps - I'd recommend it to any walker who is prepared for a little scrambling.
The entrance to a cave nearly a kilometer deep.
Stara Fuzina and Lake Bohinj.
A paraglider setting off across the lake.