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Teodora

5.00

I had Uroš Grilj as a guide for a 7-day hike and I recommend him wholeheartedly. He is highly skilled and competent. The hike felt safe at all times, even on more exposed routes, for which I had no previous experience and which were nonetheless perfectly comfortable and fun, entirely thanks to him. He constantly adapted the routes to my level and the weather conditions, checked in on me and discussed the options for the next days with me. He is also a very nice person and it was a pleasure to talk to and learn from him. Thank you very much, Uroš!

Thu

4.00

We have been in contact with Mitja Sorn since before the Covid pandemic, so over 3 years now. Mitja has always been very responsive and clear. He was professional and answered all of our questions. Unfortunately, Mitja was not our guide for the hike to the summit. A week prior to our hike, we were contacted by Igor who informed us that he would be leading our group on the actual summit attempt. Similar to Mitja, Igor promptly replied to any emails we sent, and showed genuine concerned when he thought our starting point for the hike up to Kredarica was too long of a hike. When we met Igor at the hut the evening before the climb, he was very helpful with looking over our itinerary for the rest of our time in Triglav National Park and suggesting alternative routes. However, when rain delayed the start of our the summit attempt by about 3 hours, we saw a different side of Igor. During our climb up to the summit and back down, Igor was on a mission to just get us to the top and back down. Enjoyment of the journey was not a priority. He barked orders at us. For example, when we repeated what he had said to my brother in the back who wasn't able to hear him, Igor scolded us, saying he's the guide and the only one to give directions. He ignored our needs and scoffed at any issues we had. For example, the rope had trapped my hand on the iron rod so I told him I had to remove the rope before I can keep moving, because that's what his refrain was the whole hike, "Keep moving!", Igor admonished me and said not to worry about the rope, that was his job. Same thing happened when my husband had the rope between his legs and asked for a moment to get it out from under him, Igor told him not to worry about the rope. No, these were matter of concern for us. If safety was Igor's first concern, like he said, his actions did not prove it. My sister-in-law asked for a minute's rest so she can have some water, Igor's answer was that "Water is not the answer to the problem." and he tried to rush us up. For most of the ascent, the clouds were thick all around us. For a brief moment, the skies opened up, and we were able to see the hut below us. My brother asked to stop for a brief second to take a picture, and Igor refused. My brother pointed to the summit, which was all in clouds and said this may be the only time that we have a view. It only took him about 30 seconds to snap some pictures, only pictures Igor allowed us to take on the way up and down because we forced him to stop. Igor's rushing and lack of respect for our concern took the pleasure out of the whole climb for us. We are a group of 5, so my oldest brother was in a different group with Mateo. My brother showed us pictures from his phone where his group had stopped for everyone to take pictures and enjoy themselves and different points on the way up and down. With Igor, we were deprived of this. Usually, the guides we have had on many different excursions all over the world are knowledgeable about their area and would provide us with interesting information about the area. We did not learn one single fact about Triglav during our time with Igor. When we returned to the hut, we finally learned why. Igor had to rush back down to the valley. We are not sure if it is a personal matter or if he was booked for another tour later that day. Whatever the reason was, for the amount of money we paid, 170 Euros a person, our experience was not worth the price. What we have learned from this trip is to make sure that our guide is not double booked on the day of the summit attempt because all they will be worried about is getting down to their next appointment.

Judy

5.00

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