Located in the northwest of Slovenia, Triglav National Park is a prized and pristine chunk of the country, that makes up the southeastern section of the Alps. The park features rocky peaks, gorges, forests and charming meadows, all heavily sprinkled with a healthy supply of snow. There are a number of scenic towns spread out across the park, including Bled, with its beautiful lake and castle, and the medieval rugged town of Kranjska Gora.
The national park has an alpine climate, with cold and frosty winters. The valleys to the west hold a milder climate, as they are exposed to the Mediterranean.
Visit during the winter months between December and March for ideal snowshoeing conditions.
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