Mountain Climbing in Bohinj

Discover the sublime and awe-inspiring beauty that once led invading Ottoman Turks to think Bohinj was the end of the earth!

Explore the valley’s incredible mountains, green pastures and thick forests and summit some of the highest peaks in the country. Climb Triglav and enjoy the views from the top of the country. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Mountain Climbing trips in Bohinj. The mountains are calling!
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Bohinj

The Bohinj Valley is home to some of Slovenia’s immense beauty. Green fields and forested foothills lead up to the imposing snow-capped Julian Alps. The best way to see all of this immense natural beauty is to head up to the summit of one of these alpine peaks and spend a few hours gazing back down over it. Slovenia might be one of Europe’s best kept secrets and with views like the ones you’ll find in Bohinj, you’ll see why.

 

Good to know:

Country Code:

+386

Currency:

Euro

Language:

Slovene

Best time to visit:

June to September

How to get there:

Any trip to Bohinj will begin with a flight into the international airport outside of Ljubljana (LJU). From here, it is easy to rent a car and make the one hour drive or take a bus into the valley

What’s the weather like?

The summer months of June and July offer pleasant climbing weather, with more unpredictable weather from November to May. Storms can inhibit ascents in the winter months and present additional hazards and obstacles to the trek

More info about Mountain Climbing in Bohinj:

The Bohinj valleys sits at the foot of the surrounding Julian Alps. As a result, mountain climbing is a prime attraction during the summer and autumn. Outside of Mt Triglav, the area boasts plenty of other incredible climbs as well. Among them is Prisank (2,547 meters), which is a great intermediate-level peak for people interested in climbing pristine limestone. Views from the top are great too and on the way down climbers have the option of hiking or heading down on a via ferrata. Other good peaks for intermediate climbers include Vršaki, Vernar and Mali Draški vrh. For novice mountaineers, heading up Plaski Vogel, Veliko Špičje and Mišeljski konec are great ways to get some experience while enjoying the area’s incredible beauty

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