A great part of the Alps and the Alpine foothills were covered with glaciers during the Pleistocene ice ages. The area of Slovenia was on the southwestern edge of this extensive alpine ice sheet. Larger ice masses on the territory of Slovenia have accumulated in the area of the Julian Alps, Karavanke, and Kamnik-Savinja Alps. Traces of glaciation in the Julian Alps were discovered relatively late and took a long time before the main extent of diluvial glaciation was determined. With the research so far, we have largely determined the extent of glaciation in the Slovenian Alps, but we lack the details of individual areas. The purpose of the master's thesis is a geomorphological interpretation of the traces of glaciation of the Lower Bohinj Mountains and Ratitovec, more precisely the areas south of Soriška Planina and northeast of Ratitovec, all the way to the southwestern edge of the plateau Jelovica respectively Dražgoška Gora. Based on the geomorphological analysis, which was formed on field mapping of geomorphic elements and previous indications in the literature, we conclude that the ridge of the Lower Bohinj Mountains and its continuation into Ratitovec, Bohinj Glacier crossed in two major separate sections, namely over the Lower Bohinj Mountains by the Bohinj Pass, at Soriška Planina and Valantov Rob, and descended into the western part of the Selška Valley in two smaller sections. In the area northwest of Ratitovec, Bohinj Glacier crossed over Rovtarica, Gatovš, and Raztovka and descended into the southern edge of the Ledina Basin. Glacial sedimentation, identified south of Ratitovec, in the area of the village Podlonk, is the result of the action of a locally formed cirque glacier.