Triglav National Park covers around 4% of Slovenian territory and is one of the largest national parks in Europe. This pristine world of rocky peaks has become well-known among climbers from all around the planet, who come in search of stunning alpine landscapes, including lakes, canyons, ravines, forests and meadows. Apart from climbing, adventure options here are endless: multi-day treks, bike rides around the many lakes, stand-up paddling, swimming or rock climbing. One thing is certain: you can’t get bored here and the memories of the trip will last a lifetime!
The north-west of the country, where Triglav National Park is located, has an alpine climate with warm summers and cold winters. It can rain or snow year-round
Fly into Ljubljana and then drive or get a transfer to any of the charming alpine towns in Triglav National Park (Bovec, Bled, Ukanc or Kranjska Gora, among others)
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May, June, September and October are the driest months and the high season for climbing Mount Triglav National Park. But a winter ascent is also a possibility.
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