If you are travelling to Slovenia, climbing Triglav (2864 m) will probably be on your list of must-do activities. This time, I propose a 2-day climbing trip through the Valley of the Seven Lakes.
This is one of the longest ways to ascend the highest and most famous peak in Slovenia, but it’s also one of the most beautiful trails.
The starting point of this hiking trail is Blato meadow, high above Bohinj Lake. Even though we can choose a starting point in a lower spot of the valley, driving up to this place is much more scenic. Furthermore, we’ll cover some of the height difference during the car drive.
On the first day of this trip we’ll cover a 20 kilometers distance. First we’ll approach a hut by the Seven Lakes, which is standing over alpine meadows. We’ll have lunch there and then continue our way up to Dolic Hut, the place where we’ll spend the night.
The second day, we’ll hike for almost an hour through an old military trail until we reach a via ferrata that will take us right to the summit of Mt Triglav.
Finally, we’ll return back to the car on a 7-hour hike. We’ll be down in the valley in the afternoon.
Please contact me if you want to join me for climbing Triglav through the Seven Lakes Valley. It will be an amazing experience!
You can also consider other alternatives to visit this famous peak, like climbing Mt Triglav from Krma Valley.
Price per person
|Group of 2||300EUR|
|Group of 3||250EUR|
|Group of 4||250EUR|
|Group of 5||250EUR|
|Group of 6||250EUR|
|Group of 7||250EUR|
|Group of 8||250EUR|
- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
- Personal equipment
Skill level required
Fitness level required
Half board (diner, breakfast and sleeping) on the mountain hut costs 40€, beer is 4€, 1,5 litre of water is 4,4€, 0,5 litre of water is 2,3€.
Usually guests spend between 50-60€ per person on the hut where we spend the night. Dishes that are offered for lunch on the huts on the way are ranging between 5-9€ for dish.
Equipment for climbing Mt Triglav: