Join Igor, a ZGVS mountain guide, on this fun adventure to the Julian Alps. You'll spend 5 days hiking and doing some via ferrata in this beautiful territory.
Come with me to discover the beautiful Julian Alps in Slovenia. For 5 days, we’ll combine different activities to cover the whole area. You’ll fall in love with every corner we discover!
On our first day, we’ll do some hiking and via ferrata for 5 hours. Some of the places we’ll visit include Mala Mojstrovka and Nad šitom glava. Then, on our second day, we’ll hike the Triglavski dom na Kredarici hut, the highest in Slovenia, and to Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia. The five-hour hike offers fantastic views of the surrounding peaks. We’ll also be doing some via ferrata to reach the summit. As we descend, we’ll go through Koča na Doliču hut, Prehodavci and Zasavska koča na Prehodavcih, where we’ll spend the night. On our third day, we’ll mostly hike but also spend time admiring and enjoying the beautiful Veliko jezero lake. Then, on our fourth day, during the hike, we’ll be able to see remnants of World War I. Finally, the plan for our last day will depend on how everyone in the group feels.
If you wish to learn more about the itinerary, I can provide you with maps of the places we’ll visit. I can also help you book hotels and huts.
So book your trip now and get ready for a unique, beautiful and cultural adventure, the Julian Alps are waiting for you!
Price will vary depending on the accommodation you choose. Some of the places I recommend include: Hut “Zasavska koča na Prehodavcih”: 30 EUR pero person (including dinner and breakfast) hut “Dom na Komni”: 29 EUR per person (including dinner and breakfast)
We start in Krma valley and go up to Dom Planika under Mt. Triglav. From the hut, we’ll climb to the top of Mt. Triglav and descend down to Koča na Doliču (hut), where we’ll spend the night.
From Koča na Doliču we follow to the Mt. Triglav Seven Lake Valley to Koča na Komni (hut), where we’ll spend the night.
From Koča na Komni we follow path to Koča pri Krnskih jezerih (hut) and down to Lepena valley. We’ll slee