Mountain Climbing trips – Slovenia

Slovenia is tranquility and idyllic scenery personified, with its lush green forests framing postcard-pretty lakes, fields and mountains. Mountain climbing in Slovenia is a fun and exciting way to see the best of this special country!

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Some of the mountain climbing can be very difficult, so being in good shape and fitness before undertaking the mountain climbs is highly recommended.

The weather can be extremely cold on the mountains, so please pack and wear appropriate clothing so as not to get caught out.

The capital city of Ljubljana, as well as the myriad of towns and villages dotted around the country, are full of interesting cultures, histories and traditions, so take the time to find out more about them whilst visiting.




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Very cold Winters, with temperatures often dropping below 0 degrees celsius. Pleasantly warm Summers, with temperatures averaging 20 degrees celsius.





How to get there

Flights to Ljubljana from all major European hubs, and easy access via car, bus or train from its neighbouring countries of Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary.

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Best time to visit

April-September, when the weather is warmest and conditions more agreeable.






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It was a great experience. My guide, Tadej was very accomplished and confident. I trusted him 100%. The interactions and communication were very professional. I would recommend explore share!
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Igor was fantastic Very professional Very nice guy.
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Jeremy Franklin
Wow what an experience climbing Mount Triglav was. Our guide Mitja was so knowledgeable about the whole area and was a perfect host. I would highly recommend this guided climb to anybody.
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