1-day private ascent to Mount Triglav

An IFMGA mountain guide takes you on an intense climbing day to the summit of Mount Triglav through Krma Valley or Vrata Valley climbing routes.




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Julian Alps

People per Guide

3 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip


If you are you planning to climb the most iconic peak in Slovenia and you are in an excellent physical condition, here’s a super intense 1-day private ascent.

At 2864 m, Mount Triglav is the highest mountain in Slovenia and also in the Julian Alps. It’s the main attraction of Triglav National Park and a popular climbing spot. Furthermore, its 1200 m height North Wall is certainly the most impressive of the Eastern Alps.

There are several climbing routes to ascend Mount Triglav. Each of them present different challenges.

It’s important that you consider that 1-day climbing trips are reserved to those with a superb physical condition. That means you should have a level 5 on a 1-5 scale of endurance.

Here are the 2 routes that we can take:

Krma Valley climbing route

The easiest climbing route up to the summit of Mt Triglav is from Krma Valley. It involves between 12 to 14 hours of climbing, making around 2000 m of height. There’s also a 400 m via ferrata.

Vrata Valley climbing route

The climbing route from the Vrata Valley is the hardest way to ascend this peak. It involves a 1500 meters long via ferrata, with almost 2000 meters of altitude change.

Let me know if you accept the challenge of a 1-day ascent to Mount Triglav. If you think it may be too hard, please check the 2-day or 3-day climbing trips that I offer. Contact me so we can discuss which is the best option for you and start planning your adventure!

Price per person

1 Person
393 USD

Group of 2
281 USD

Group of 3
244 USD

Group of 4
225 USD


Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Transport during the trip
  • Personal equipment
 Prices include: transfer from accommodation (Kranjska Gora, Bled) to start point and back, equipment rental, guiding, costs incurred by the guide You should budget extra money (in cash) for accommodation and food at the Triglavski dom na Kredarici mountain hut. Note: during winter the hut is officially closed, however, meteorologists are present all-year round and are able to provide us food, drink and accommodation


What happens if I need to cancel the trip?
If you decide to cancel, you’ll get a 100% refund (minus fees) if the cancellation is notified up to 60 days before the start of the tour, a 75% refund (minus fees) if you cancel between 59 and 30 days before the start of the tour, and a 50% refund if you cancel between 29 and 21 days before the start of the tour. If you cancel less than 21 days before the first day of the tour, you won’t receive a refund. Take into account, however, that if accommodation, flights or transfers were included in the trip you booked, then a different policy may apply as the guide will be bound by the provider’s cancellation policy.

What happens if the guide cancels the trip because of bad weather/unsuitable conditions?
If bad weather or unsuitable conditions force the guide to cancel the trip, he or she will: a) propose a similar activity at a different place where conditions are better, or b) propose to postpone the activity until a later date, or c) cancel. If you refuse option a), our cancellation policy will apply. Please note, however, that the call to cancel a trip due to bad weather can only be made by the guide (not the client).

What happens if the guide doesn’t show up or cancels for personal reasons?
If the guide cancels for reason of injury or other, you will get a 100% refund on your trip.


Other details

Skill level required
Fitness level required
More info

-Price includes equipment rental and transfers from accommodation and back (Kranjska Gora, Mojstrana, Bled).
-Equipment: appropriate mountain clothes and shoes, helmet, climbing harness, via ferrata system, backpack.


About the Guide


I am an aspirant iFMGA mountain guide born in 1980 in Mojstrana, a Slovenian village close to Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in the country at 2864 m.

From an early age, my parents took me to the mountains during summer and winter. At that time, my father was part of a mountain rescue team in my hometown and was also going on expeditions to the Himalaya and the Andes, so he became a big inspiration for me. We went climbing, hiking, sport climbing and ski touring together. His enthusiasm truly influenced me.

I went to Alpine school, then Mountain rescue team, I did the Alpinist exam and I became an Alpinist instructor. After that, I also studied to be a professor of Sport. Several years later, I decided to begin my mountain guide education and to become an IFMGA/UIAGM certified mountain guide.

FROM 225 USD per person


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