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Splitboarding in Slovenia: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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Discover the stunning scenery and perfect powder that adorns Slovenia’s Julian Alps on a splitboard!

In spite of its small size, there is plenty of Slovenia to explore on a splitboard. From the lofty summit of Mount Triglav to the dozens of other minor and major summits in the country, there is plenty to keep even the most avid splitboarders occupied! 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 Splitboarding trips in Slovenia. The mountains are calling!

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FAQs: Splitboarding in Slovenia

What should I know about Splitboarding Slovenia?

In spite of its small size – at just over 20,200 square kilometers, Slovenia is the 45th smallest in the world – Slovenia boasts more than a dozen mountain peaks reaching 2,000 meters in elevation and plenty of other great splitboarding spots.

Away from its highest peak, Mount Triglav, there are plenty of other great splitboarding spots as well. Among the favourites are Škrlatica (2,740 m), Mangart (2,679 m), Jalovec (2,645 m), Razor (2,601 m), Kanjavec (2,568 m), Prisojnik (2,546 m), Rjavina (2,532 m), Prestreljenik (2,499 m), Špik (2,472 m), Tosc (2,275 m) and Krn (2,244 m). Each of these mountain pekas offer plenty of great powder down which to board as well as great views on the way up and from the top.

Sitting on the border between Italy and Slovenia, High Mount Kanin (2,582 m) is another great splitboarding destination. Starting from either the ITalian or Slovenian side, summit the peak before racing back down on the combined board.

Why should I choose Slovenia for my Splitboarding adventure?

Stunning scenery

Slovenia’s Julian Alps are a stunningly scenic mountain range. Boasting numerous snow-capped peaks, thick evergreen forests and plenty of pristine alpine scenery, there is plenty to see here. Heading out on a splitboard is among the best ways to get out and experience the country’s stunning wintertime alpine scenery.

Mighty Mount Triglav

Rising to 2,864 meters in elevation, Mount Triglav is the highest peak in the country. The iconic mountain is emblazoned on the country's coat of arms and is an integral part of Slovenian identity. Summiting the peak on a splitboard before racing back down is the perfect way to experience this quintessential Slovenian mountain.

Head out hut-to-hut

Sometimes you simply need to get out of Dodge for a few days and heading out on a hut-to-hut splitboarding adventure is the perfect way in which to do so. Boasting numerous cozy mountain huts, Triglav National Park is the perfect spot in which to do so. Climb or circumnavigate the mighty peak, all while enjoying the great views and perfect powder.

What can I expect from the weather in Slovenia?

During the winter, average daily temperatures hover around -10 ºC in the mountains. Snowfall is abundant throughout the winter, especially in the western section of the mountains.

How can I get to Slovenia?

Any trip to Slovenia likely begins with a flight into Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU). From here, the mountainous region of Slovenia can easily be reached in less than an hour by car or in about an hour by bus.

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Best time to climb

January to April

What people are saying about Splitboarding | Slovenia



Did not end up doing the traverse but opted for day tours. Mitja was very flexible as well as knowledgeable and really knew the area so we had the best of the conditions to suit our needs. Highly recommended and would use Mitja without hesitation for future trips to the mountains of Slovenia. We had a great time.



Excellent tour with Igor- beautiful scenery and fun places to stay!



We are very pleased to have met Martin. He was like a father to us. Better than a father, a friend. We’ve been happy and working with a smile that Martin put in our faces. He had a good idea: invert the Triglav ski trip, because the 4° day had bad wheather Forecast. Then, first Triglav . On the last day, he proved this professional skills by guiding us through the fog by a karstic terrain, sometimes without using ski tracks. We’d be delighted to have him again and would be happy to repeat this whenever possible



Mitja has been an excellent guide during this trip. He knows each and every bit of the Triglav park. He also knows how to adapt the route for each group level. Being a quite good group of skiers, he took us into some steeper slopes and increased the overall descent of each day by 500m. So we achieved 1300/1500 and 1900m up during the trip. He has also a good practical sense so it can help to fix any technical problems during the trip. I highly recommend him!



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