Alencar Junior – Jun 10, 2017
There was a misunderstanding from Mitjas part regarding dates and in the end he didn't guide us. That was the negative point and something like that cannot happen again. Mijta recommended his friend Borut Naglič who provided us an awesome and safe ascent to Triglav.
Angus – Jun 8, 2017
Camelia – Jun 3, 2017
Mitja is very experienced with Mt Triglav, who gave us useful tips along the way to make the climb more doable. At the higher parts of the mountain where it was still snow covered, Mitja took care to dig deep little steps in the snow so that we could safely follow him. When we reached our hut at the end of the first day, Mitja told us that snow was still covering the via feratta towards the top of Triglav, and he gave us the option of taking a less dangerous path that would also give us a similar experience of walking on the mountain ridges for the next day, instead of ascending to the top. Hence even though we regrettably did not make it all the way up to the top, we really enjoyed the second day's descent, with parts where we slid down the snow in pure glee! We will definitely be back at a better season next time, and will make it to the top for sure!
Jens – Jun 1, 2017
We had two fantastic days at and around Triglav. The weather was perfect with almost no wind and a bright deep blue sky and it was a great experience to trek in the deep snow. Mitja did a solid job as a guide. He was knowledgeable and caring, but at the same time honest about the possibilities of the group. It is not the last time we visit the area.
A team of four Belgians, winner of the Lotto Young Adventurers contest, will face the Sočadrenaline: they plan to climb Mt. Triglav, highest point of Slovenia, and from there go down to its lowest point: the Adriatic Sea.
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