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Climb Mount Triglav (2,864m) in Slovenia from the Krma Valley, 2 days

Climb Mount Triglav (2,864m) in Slovenia from the Krma Valley, 2 days | Slovenia

Samo, an IFMGA-certified guide, takes you to the summit of Mount Triglav in Slovenia, with a 2-day climb from the Krma Valley.


2 Days





* Reach the summit of Mount Triglav via the longest but easiest route

* Spend the night at a the Triglavski dom mountain hut

* Enjoy an exciting climb to Mount Triglav, a powerful national symbol


Mount Triglav (2864m) is the highest mountain in Slovenia and a very popular ascent in the country. I invite you to climb this famous peak, via the popular Krma Valley route, the longest but easiest way to the summit. 

We will climb and descend about 2000 meters in two days.  On the first day, we will go up 1500m until we reach Triglavski Dom (2515m), where we will stay for the night. It will be an ascent of about 5 to 7 hours.

On the second day, starting from the hut we will climb to the summit of Mount Triglav. It is an ascent of 3 to 5 hours. There is a via ferrata -a trail equipped with pitons and wires- from the Triglavski dom to the top of the mountain.

This is  not a technically difficult climb. There are just two or three spots where the route is exposed, but apart from that, it is a relatively easy climb. Then, once we reach the summit of Mount Triglav, it is possible to descend via the Planika Hut. It will take us about 4 more hours to go down to the valley.

If you want to climb this iconic peak in Slovenia, just check the date below and book your trip! Come join me for a great climbing adventure to the top of Mount Triglav.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Transportation start and back

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I first got into the mountains through snowboarding, first as a snowboard instructor, and since then I have never looked back for 25 years!

I’m an IFMGA mountain guide born and raised in Slovenia, but I have enjoyed the mountains all over the world in different disciplines, from riding the famously steep terrains on split board in Chamonix to making the first ascent in the Himalayas.

My favourites are big wall climbing and hiking on solitary peaks away from the crowds, and there are good places for it in the whole of Julian Alps and Kamnik Alps. The Italian side of the Julian Alps also is a gold mine of good rocks and fantastic ridges.

Join me to explore the treasures of Southern Europe let it be in rock climbing, alpine climbing or ski (snowboard) touring!


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What people are saying about Samo



Samo was a fantastic guide. It was clear he knew the area, and had plenty of experience to help us through Anica Kuk, a 320m/1000' climb in Paklenica.

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