Mountain Biking trips – Slovenia

Ride the beautiful and varied trails of this enchanting country at the heart of Europe

Top Mountain Biking Trips in Slovenia

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Located in Central Europe, Slovenia is becoming a fast-growing top destination in Europe. Breathtaking natural scenery, lower prices and a wide offer of activities make it a great destination for outdoor lovers in Europe, and a hiking paradise. Climbing Mount Triglav, Slovenia’s highest peak and national symbol, is the most popular mountain challenge in the country. Slovenia boasts the title of having the world’s most sustainable tourism, with pristine landscapes, bike-friendly cities, a fascinating cultural heritage and a delicious cuisine base don fresh seasonal ingredients. Come discover a wonderful destination!

 

 

 

Good to Know

 

Weather

In summer temperatures are moderate, but can rise up to the mid-30s. During the spring and autumn climate is pleasant.

Language

Slovene

Currency

Euro (EUR)

Getting there

There are regular flights from many European cities to Jože Pučnik Airport in Ljubljana, the capital city. Slovenia is very well connected by train and bus with its neighbouring countries (Italy, Hungary, Croatia and Austria).

Country Code

+387

Best time to visit

May to September

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

  • 1 review

 

Jure arranged for his fellow guide, Julio, to take us on a tour in the Kranjska Gora area. The only guidance we gave them was that we wanted a reasonably challenging, 3-5-hour ride with views. We were initially a little apprehensive when Jure suggested the Vrsic Pass but by all accounts, it\'s a stunning bucket list ride and we didn\'t want to pass up the opportunity. After outfitting us with some excellent equipment (I\'m not an experienced mountain biker but my partner, who is, was very impressed with the bikes), Julio suggested we ride 6km up the pass, then follow some dirt trails back down. What a ride! Yes, the uphill part - we did 18 of the switchbacks - was hard, but do-able. Some of the downhill trails were tricky but we were able to explore parts of the valley that we\'d surely have missed, had we tried to do a ride on our own. I particularly appreciated Julio\'s expertise and easy-going attitude; his company added to the whole experience. And the views... simply incredible! I highly recommend this guide will add that we also enjoyed a wonderful stay in Jure\'s Hotel Berghi. Thank you, Jure and Julio!
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