Experience 2 action-packed days of ice and rock climbing in the Julian Alps and at the Karst edge on the Mediterranean coast in Slovenia. Join Matjaz Jeran, a ZGVS mountain guide, on this unmissable adventure.
Take in beautiful alpine and mediterranean scenery as you climb
Spend hours climbing in the Julian Alps, an area favoured by expert ice climbers
From mountain to coast, experience the diversity of the Slovenian landscape
Did you know that Slovenia is a climber’s paradise? Well, now you do!
Join me as we travel from mountain to coast on a 2-day exploration of Slovenia’s best climbing spots.
The awesome thing about my beautiful country is the diversity of the landscape. It’s also a relatively small country. That means we can be ice climbing on a frozen waterfall in the Julian Alps, then drive a couple of hours and be rock climbing on the Karst edge above the Mediterranean coastline.
We could do all this in a day, but on this trip, we’re going to take our time. We want to enjoy the sights as we go, so we’ll take two days to cover this terrain.
I’ll pick you up from either Ljubljana, Bled region or even the coast, and together we’ll head to our destination. We’ll climb for around seven hours every day. During that time, I’ll share all my knowledge so that you can have the best experience possible.
We can also include some excellent local dining on this trip. This will allow you to try the typical food from the area and also provide some necessary fuel!
Request to book this trip now and I’ll be waiting for you in Slovenia, ready to start climbing.
If you’d like so spend even more time exploring the Julian Alps, check out this great trip that you can adjust according to your schedule and level.
I will pick you up at your place of accommodation.
I’ll pick you up bright and early from your hotel and we’ll head to the Julian Alps. There we’ll be able to climb on the ice for around seven hours in total.
On our second day, we’ll head away from the Alps to the Karst edge on the Mediterranean coast. After finding the best places to climb. We’ll spend another seven hours climbing before we finish up.
Climbing, that is me. Doing rock climbing since I was 10, from hard sport climbs to free alpine ascent of Trango Tower.
Now enjoying easier ridges with best views. The sound of nature, the smell of winter, screeams of joy. Lots of fun I found climbing with my son and wife, and friends.
I have more than 20 years of experience with guiding groups and familys. I understand safety, open spaces, mountain joy and good food are key factors. Come for a unforgetable joyride.
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Group of 1
|EUR 619 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 361 each|
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- Guiding fee
- Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)
Equipment rental is not included in the price. Technical equipment can be rented for 15€. Transfer costs are not included in the price and are an extra 50€ per day.