Julian Alps rock climbing routes

Gregor, IFMGA mountain guide, takes you to some of the best Julian Alps rock climbing routes, in peaks like Debela Pec, Mala Mojstrovka,Jalovec and Montaz.

 
 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1+ day

Mountain Range

Julian Alps

People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level

Intermediate

Offer Period

May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Type of Trip

Not specified


 

Do you want to venture the vertical world? The Julian Alps in Slovenia offer many possibilities for rock climbing. So join me for an exciting journey!

With high rugged peaks and impressive limestone walls, the Julian Alps stand as a fantastic playground for climbers. Even though the star is the famous Mount Triglav, there’re many other interesting climbing routes in the lesser-known surrounding peaks as well.

I propose to explore some routes in Debela Pec, Mala Mojstrovka, Montaz and Jalovec. In addition, we can go to several peaks of the Martuljek group like Mali Oltar and Spik, among others.

Since routes go from grade III to V+ (in the UIAA grading system), you’ll find your perfect fit whether you are a beginner or an experienced climber.

Rock climbing routes in the Julian Alps:
Peak nameRoute name
Highlights
Price per person (EUR)
 1
Debela pecJesih-PotocnikIII-IV+, 500 m.280190
GrebenecNavrtane smeri cca 5r do 6a250160
JalovecHornovaIII-IV-, 600 m.280
Mala MojstrovkaSeverni razIV-, 300 m.250160
Kranjska pocIV, 300 m.250160
Smer po zajedi300 m.300 –
Mali OltarBucar – Kristan III- IV-, 400 m.280190
SpikDirektna smerV+, 800 m.450 –
Veliki Draski vrhDKVV, 500 m.380 –
Visoka Bela spicaSeverni razIV+, 250 m.260170
MontazKugyeva smerII-III, 1000 m.280190

Please contact me if you want to climb one or several routes in the Julian Alps. I can help you find the most suitable climbing route for you according to your wishes and experience.

Besides, I can also take you to some exciting climbing routes in the north face of Mt Triglav, including the classic Slovenian route and the short German route.

 

Price per person per day

 
1 Person
260 EUR

Group of 2
190 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
  • Transport during the trip
  • Personal equipment
  • Mountain guide's expenses
 

 

What happens if I need to cancel the trip?
If you decide to cancel, you’ll get a 100% refund (minus fees) if the cancellation is notified up to 60 days before the start of the tour, a 75% refund (minus fees) if you cancel between 59 and 30 days before the start of the tour, and a 50% refund if you cancel between 29 and 21 days before the start of the tour. If you cancel less than 21 days before the first day of the tour, you won’t receive a refund.Take into account, however, that if accommodation, flights or transfers were included in the trip you booked, then a different policy may apply as the guide will be bound by the provider’s cancellation policy.

What happens if the guide cancels the trip because of bad weather/unsuitable conditions?
If bad weather or unsuitable conditions force the guide to cancel the trip, he or she will: a) propose a similar activity at a different place where conditions are better, or b) propose to postpone the activity until a later date, or c) cancel. If you refuse option a), our cancellation policy will apply. Please note, however, that the call to cancel a trip due to bad weather can only be made by the guide (not the client).

What happens if the guide doesn’t show up or cancels for personal reasons?
If the guide cancels for reason of injury or other, you will get a 100% refund on your trip.

 

Other details

 
More info

-The prices above stand for Debela Pec: Jesih-Potocnik route. The prices for the other routes are the ones specified on the main description.
-Number of participants: 1 or 2 people per guide. It depends on the difficulty of the route.
-Price includes rent equipment.
-Equipment: appropriate mountain clothes and shoes, helmet, climbing harness, 2x locking carabiner, sling 120cm, backpack

 

About the Guide

 
 

I am an aspirant iFMGA mountain guide born in 1980 in Mojstrana, a Slovenian village close to Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in the country at 2864 m.

From an early age, my parents took me to the mountains during summer and winter. At that time, my father was part of a mountain rescue team in my hometown and was also going on expeditions to the Himalaya and the Andes, so he became a big inspiration for me. We went climbing, hiking, sport climbing and ski touring together. His enthusiasm truly influenced me.

I went to Alpine school, then Mountain rescue team, I did the Alpinist exam and I became an Alpinist instructor. After that, I also studied to be a professor of Sport. Several years later, I decided to begin my mountain guide education and to become an IFMGA/UIAGM certified mountain guide.

 
 
FROM 190 EUR per person
per day
 

 

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