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Discover the perfect powder and stunning scenery of this European crossroads!

From the shores of Lake Krn to the slopes of Mount Triglav, there is plenty to see and explore when you come to snowshoe in Slovenia. Enjoy breathtaking views of mountains and valleys as well as excellent powder as you explore this lovely country in the best way possible, on foot.   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 Snowshoeing trips in Slovenia. The mountains are calling!

Snowshoeing in Slovenia

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FAQs: Snowshoeing in Slovenia

What should I know about Snowshoeing Slovenia?

Slovenia is a small country in Central Europe, surrounded by mountains, forested valleys, turquoise-blue rivers and even a coastline to the Adriatic Sea. Most of your snowshoeing adventures will begin with a flight into the international airport outside of the capital, Ljubljana then a transfer via bus or rail elsewhere in the country.

The Julian Alps, which run from the country’s western border with Italy all the way around the north of the country, are the premier destination for snowshoeing. Containing Triglav National Park as well as a myriad of other destinations, snowshoeing is a great way to see all the varied landscapes of this picturesque small country.

Why should I choose Slovenia for my Snowshoeing adventure?

Excellent exercise

When the weather is not warm enough to go hiking and there’s snow on the ground, snowshoeing is a scenic alternative that aldo gets the blood flowing. While it can be a bit more challenging than hiking, in terms of getting used to walking in the snowshoes, tramping up and down the foothills of Slovenia’s mountains is a great way to get some exercise.

Stunning scenery

In spite of its small size, there is plenty of stunning scenery all over Slovenia. The Julian Alps make for a gorgeous skyline in the north of the country as do the numerous forests, mountains and valleys that lie below them. The villages in which you will stay when visiting the country are also quite remarkable, seemingly coming out of the pages of a fairytale.

Lovely Ljubljana

Just about every trip to Slovenia, begins with a flight into its lovely capital city. Take some time to do a bit of sightseeing in this old city. Go for a tour of the castle, which rises up above the city on a hill in the center and hear the legend about St George and the Dragon. Also take in some of the local architecture and enjoy a bit of the local food. Mulled wine is a nice and hot treat perfectly appropriate for any cold day. You’ll find it being doles out at Christmas markets and in pubs.

What can I expect from the weather in Slovenia?

During the winter, Slovenia is quite cold with average daily temperatures ranging around -2ºC to -4ºC. Winter is also one of the wetter times of year, with the small nation receiving plenty of snow and ensuring lots of fresh powder.

How many days should I allocate for my Slovenia Snowshoeing experience?

This depends on what you would like to do and how much time you have. Many guides offer single and half-day trips. Overall, a week would be the perfect amount of time to experience this lovely little country.

Which language is predominantly spoken in Slovenia?

Slovene, English

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What’s the high season for Snowshoeing in Slovenia?

December to March

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