We drive from Bled towards Pokljuka. Soon after when the road from Bohinj joins us from the left we turn right on a macadam road going through a big clearing. After 2 kilometres of driving we come to a crossroads where we go to right. We drive on this road for a kilometre till a small clearing where is another crossroads. We turn 90 degrees to left here and then we turn to right at a first right branch. Soon another road branches to sharp right. We go straight on for aproximately 100 metres till we come to a crossroads. We go to sharp right here. After another 3 kilometres of driving we come to a left branch. We turn left and drive till a parking lot where marks direct us to Klek mountain pasture. We park on a parking lot.
Path description (automatic translation):
Near the parking lot observed a code for the mountain Klek. Focusing on a wide foot path to us after a few minutes from the forest leads to a spacious mountain, standing a few pastirskih stanov. By the top of the mountain slid down the mountain and down to follow the marked path, which is on the other hand, the larch forests. Next cities follow a somewhat less visible stezice slightly up. After a few minutes pleasant walk the path leads us to greater JASO, where we come to a crossroads marked. Right up to shed the direct route to the thickly oven, we continued through most of the left slightly upward in the direction of Lipance. Paths which are occasionally even slightly drop tracked over mostly larch forest to the next crossroads. Here are focusing right in the direction of thick oven more sharply upward, left Lipanca. After a short climb to the normal approach path connected to the furnace with a thickly Blejske huts. Continued right up through the increasingly lookout road to the ridge, where we open a lovely view of the highest peaks of the Julian Alps. Here the path turns right and crosses slopes Okrogleža. Slightly to the path for a short time and drop us to the foothills of the last upswing. Here is the way vzpne us, and after ten minutes walk on the crest slopes of the mountains leads to the top view.