Join one of our IFMGA-certified mountain guides on a hike up the highest mountain in Slovenia. Take in some historic views on an incredible trek to the Triglav.
Located near the border with Italy, the Triglav reaches a height of 2,864 meters, making it the highest mountain in the Julian Alps. It serves as a symbol for the entire country of Slovenia, and is the main feature of the Triglav National Park. Its name, which means ¨three head,¨ is indicative of the three peaks when viewed from the north.
The Triglav includes a glacier, and the valleys and passes across the range offer stunning beauty for trekkers and travelers. The wildlife is as varied as the altitudes, and an abundance of mammals, birds, and other species can be found in the surrounding areas.
Our program is aimed at immersing you in this incredible alpine culture. Starting in the foothills and working your way throughout the country, you will see the most exciting and breathtaking aspects of Slovenia.
The highlight of our trip will be the ascent of the Triglav and reaching the summit of the country´s tallest mountain. The remainder of the trek, however, is just as compelling. The journey opens with an epic tour through the Via Alpina, the historic route through the Julian Alps.
The lakes that dot the countryside are stunning, and the famous Bled and Bohinj only reinforce this fact. Open meadows feed into clean and green pastures. You will have the opportunity to see old military outposts, beech forests, animal tracks, and views that you can only dream of, all in one adventure. You will even have a chance to swim in one of the gorgeous and pristine lakes that make this Slovenian hike so special.
This is a sustained program, so participants should be in good physical shape. There are some steep trails towards the top of the mountain, so you should be prepared both physically and mentally to meet these challenges.
Book this hiking trek NOW and make the Triglav the cherry on top of a perfect Slovenian adventure!
We will meet in the Ljubljana Airport and head over to our accommodation for the first night.
Our hike will begin on a path up to Begunjscica (2,063m) and on to Roblekov Dom refuge. You will enjoy an amazing vantage point of the valley, including lakes, a castle, and the Julian Alps. We will then descend around Ljubel.
We will spend roughly 6.5 hours, with an elevation gain and loss of 1,200 meters.
We begin our trek through the Triglav Massif on our third day, starting with a transfer to Rudno-Polje. It sits at 1,300 meters, and we will enjoy different landscapes at the varying altitudes as we trek.
This day involves a 6 hour hike and 1,400 meters gained in elevation. We will descend about 200 meters.
We will reach the top of the Triglav (2,864m) after some steep passages, and move through the mountain passes. Descending into Soca Valley, we will have a great chance to see the native wildlife, including the ibex.
This hike will take 7 to 9 hours, and an elevation increase of 800 meters. We will descend about 1,400 meters.
We will continue our trek to the Valley of Seven Lakes. We can possibly enjoy an afternoon swim in Bohinj Lake, and this day will offer us a wonderful chance to take in the mountain scenery.
This day involves 5 to 6 hours of walking, coupled with an elevation gain of 600 meters. We will descend about 1,200 meters.
We will take a day to hike the area near Bohinj and back to Vogel. From the top of Siija Vogel (1,922m), we will have magnificent views of the entire region, including the Triglav and the lakes.
This day involves 6 hours of walking, and an elevation gain of 1,200 meters. We will descend about 700 meters.
We begin our day trekking to Bogatin, a former military site with great views. Descending through the beech forests of Slap Savica, we will have a beautiful path back to our starting point for the evening.
After breakfast, we will complete an amazing adventure!
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Group of 1
|EUR 6900 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 3450 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 2300 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 1750 each|
Group of 5
|EUR 1400 each|
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- Guiding fee
- Transportation from your hotel/airport (if in area) to the start of the trip and back
- Transport during the trip
- Luggage transfer during the trip
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
The price includes the guiding fee, round trip flight from Paris to Ljubljana, airport taxes, transfers and transportation during the trip, meals and accommodations, rental equipment, and a first aid kit.
The price does NOT include insurance and cancellation insurance, personal expenses, personal food and drink(s), tips, and anything not explicitly mentioned as ¨included.¨