Jama pod Babjim zobom
One of Slovenia’s oldest underground beauties
The 300-metre-long cave under Babji zob (Jama pod Babjim zobom) is rich in calcareous formations, including calcite crystals as the cave’s most prominent feature. The cave’s main attractions are helictites of curving or angular shape, and magnificent bipyramid calcite crystals, which are a rarity in Slovenia. Since the 1970s, the cave has been maintained and operated by the Cave Exploration Society Bled (Društvo za raziskovanje jam Bled), which has protected the cave, laid down the paths, and arranged electricity.