Leaving from Zadnjica valley, climb Mt Triglav -the highest peak in Slovenia- in a challenging 2-day adventure with Igor, a local ZGVS mountain guide.
There are several routes to climb Mt Triglav (2864 m), the highest peak in Slovenia. In this programme, I propose to leave from Zadnjica valley.
The Zadnjica valley is a short valley that begins at Trenta village and develops towards east. This will be the starting point of our hike.
For 5 hours, the road will lead us through very interesting paths called muletiera, which are roads from the First World War.
Then, we’ll arrive to Dolič Hut. From there, we have 2 or 3 hours of hike until we reach the top of Mt Triglav.
The last hour to the top is the most technical and challenging, because some parts of the route are quite exposed. However, they are safe due to the still rope. In fact, the route is also appropriate for beginners.
From the top of Mt Triglav we will return to the Dolič Hut, where we’ll spend the night. The following morning, we’ll descent back to Zadnjica valley, on a 3 to 4 hour hike.
We’ll decide whether to reach Triglav’s summit on day 1 in the afternoon or in day 2 in the morning, depending on the weather and physical preparation of the group.
Please, contact me if you want to join me to climb Mt Triglav! I will be happy to be your guide in the most famous peak in Slovenia.
In case you’d like to organize other activities in the Julian Alps, you can follow me on an exciting via ferrata in Mt Mangart.
If you want to stay the night or more in Bovec, I recommend Apartments Skok.
4-5 hours of walking and 1500 meters of height difference.
3-5 hours from the hut (Dolič Hut) to the top and back, plus 4 hours down to the valley.
I am an aspirant IFMGA mountain guide, born in 1987, from Vuhred, now living in Ljubljana, Slovenia. I have been discovering mountains from an early age. I started climbing at the age of 15 and now it has become a way of life.
During my active years as an alpinist, I have been on four expeditions to the Andes, Himalaya and China and I was nominated for the Piolet d’or for the ascent to Xulian Feng in China.
I like all types of alpine activities such as alpine climbing, sport climbing, ski touring, etc. Overall I like to spend my time in the mountains. That is why I decided I not only want to climb for myself, but to guide other people, so they can experience what I have until now.
My mission as a mountain guide is to provide you the safest way to discover mountains, so that you can explore the vertical world in a different way. I will guide you to more or less populated mountain trails and climbing routes.
This was a great trip. It was challenging enough to be interesting but easy enough for all the family. The option of staying in the hut after lunch for those not wanting to do the summit worked well. Igor was great. thanks
I would highly recommend Igor as a guide. He was patient, knowledgeable and all around nice guy. The scenery was beautiful and the hike was a lot of fun. Definitely a must do!
Pia & Antti
The experience truly was 5*, the scenery of 7 lakes valleys was just breathtaking. Igor was amazing guide, he really took care of us and explained about the local culture and nature while drinking few beers at the hut & waiting the sunset:) Especially the \"fast route down\", via ferrata and meeting the mountain goat was very memorable! I have and i will continue recommend you guys and Igor for my friends;) All the best to you guys and maybe next time we will tackle another mountain together:) Love and Sunshine from Finland.
The scenery was spectacular. Igor was very patient and helpful. My son was fast but I was slow and Igor kept pace with me. I highly recommend the guide and walk.
Group of 1
|EUR 516 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 310 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 252 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 252 each|
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- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
Food, drinks and sleeping on the hut are not included in the price (extra 50,00 EUR per person).