Located between the Sava Valley and the Canale Valley, and named after Julius Cesar, the Julian Alps are home to Mount Triglav, which at 2,864 m (9,396 ft) is the highest mountain in Slovenia. Join one of the certified mountain guides at Explore-Share.com and start planning an unforgettable mountain climbing adventure: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from!
Julian Alps 7-day mountaineering traverse
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Julian Alps?
The Julian Alps belong to the Southern Limestone Alps and are set partly in Italy and mostly in Slovenia. Home to Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia, which also gives name to the gorgeous Triglav National Park, this beautiful mountain range is also famous for its rivers and lakes and makes for a great mountain climbing destination with over 10 mountains with an altitude of over 2,000 m (6,561 ft.).
Why should I choose Julian Alps for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
Triglav National Park
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Julian Alps?
Long cold white winters that stretch from late November to April, late-blooming Mays, stunning dry summer June and July's and multicolored short autumns characterize the Julian Alps' weather.
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How can I get to Julian Alps?
The Julian Alps are just 63 km away from the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana. You can get there by train and taxi, bus or car.
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When is the best time to travel to Julian Alps for Mountain Climbing?
Mid May to September.
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!
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