3-day hiking trip to Mt Triglav from Lepena Valley

Reach the summit of Mt Triglav, the symbol of Slovenia, on this 3-day hiking trip starting from Lepena Valley, together with Igor, a ZGVS mountain guide.




Trip Duration

3 days

Mountain Range

Julian Alps

People per Guide

4 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Mount Triglav (2864 m) is the highest peak in Slovenia and also a powerful symbol of the country. Join me on this 3-day hiking trip to the top!

    I propose to begin our hike in Lepena Valley, a stunning alpine valley inside Triglav National Park. More precisely, our starting point will be Dom dr. Klemena Juga hut.

    From there, we’ll continue hiking towards Krn Lake, the largest glacial lake in the country. Along the way, we’ll see remains of the First World War.

    After spending the night at Dom na Komni hut, we’ll traverse around the Seven Triglav Lakes Valley.

    Finally, the third day we’ll reach the top of Mt Triglav. The last hour of hiking will be the most technical and challenging, because some parts of the route are exposed. However, you’ll feel safe and can use the help of a still rope.

    Then, after reaching the summit of Triglav, we’ll descent to Zadnjica valley.

    If you want to join me on this 3-day hiking trip to Mt Triglav, please contact me! It will be a pleasure to guide you around some of the most beautiful sceneries in Slovenia.

    In case you’re looking for a shorter trip, you can also consider this Triglav ascent from Zadnjica valley. 

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    Price per person

    Group of 2
    350 EUR

    Group of 3
    300 EUR

    Group of 4
    300 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Transport during the trip
    • Group equipment
     Food, drinks and sleeping on the hut are not included in the price (extra 150,00 EUR per person for three days).


    • Day 1Lepena valley – Bogatin saddle – Dom na Komni: 5 – 6 hours

      We start our hike in Lepena valley, from the Dom dr. Klemna Juga. We continue on a wide marked path in direction of Krn Lake, from where we continue to Bogatin saddle. During our hike we will see the remains of the First World War. From the Bogatin saddle we descent to Dom na Komni, where we stay over the night.

    • Day 2Dom na Komni – Dolič hut: 5 – 6 hours

      After the breakfast we start the hike and continue to the Seven Triglav lakes valley and from there across the Hribarice pass to the Dolič Hut.

    • Day 3Dolič Hut – Summit – Zadnjica valley

      We start from the Dolič hut and to the top of Mt Triglav. The last hour is the most technical and challenging, because some parts of the rout are exposed but still safe because of the still rope and also appropriate for beginners. From the top of Mt Triglav we descent to Zadnjica valley.

      3-5 hours from the hut (Dolič Hut) to the top and back, plus 4 hours down to the valley.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point

    Dom dr. Klemena Juga


    If you want to stay the night or more in Bovec, I recommend Apartments Skok.


    About the Guide


    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.

    FROM 300 EURper person


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