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Julian Alps Trekking Adventure with Triglav Ascent
Julian Alps Trekking Adventure with Triglav Ascent
Julian Alps Trekking Adventure with Triglav Ascent
Julian Alps Trekking Adventure with Triglav Ascent

Julian Alps Trekking Adventure with Triglav Ascent

Join a 4-day trekking adventure in the Julian Alps and discover some of its most amazing spots including the Seven Lakes Valley, and the famous Mount Triglav!




Julian Alps


4 Days


Jun - Aug






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  • Discover the most beautiful spots in the Julian Alps.
  • Explore the beautiful Seven Lakes valley.
  • Climb Mount Triglav, Slovenia's most iconic mountain.


This exciting 4-day trekking tour will take you to discover the most amazing spots in the Julian Alps with the option of climbing Triglav.

The first part of the trek takes place in an area where the First World War was fought and has historical spots that intertwine with nature. From there, the Seven Lakes valley is a sparkling haven that leads to Triglav, which we will have a chance to climb. The trek begins in the Lepena Valley and ends in Bohinj. We will sleep in the Dom na Komni, ZasavskakočanaPrehodavcih, and Vodnikov dom huts.

Each day, we will trek an average of 8 hours, therefore, you must be physically fit to join. Climbing Triglav is optional and requires a minimum of three participants, otherwise, an easier trekking route is available.

If you would like to join this unforgettable trekking adventure in the Julian Alps, then don't hesitate to send your details so that we can start planning the tour together!

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Transport during the trip

Price details

The price listed is without Triglav ascent on day 3.

If we go for Triglav ascent, there's an aditional surcharge of 115 EUR per person.

Secure your spot with just 25% payment

48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


Day 1: Lepena– Krn lake – Lepočami – Bogatinska Vratca – Lanževica– Komna hut

We will begin our adventure on a trail that takes us from Lepena to Krn Lake. From there, we will head to some abandoned Italian caravels where border controls took place between the two world wars. We will climb Bogatinsko sedlo (1804 m), and from the saddle, we will continue to Lanževica (2003 m). At the end there is a folded descent to komna hut.

  • Altitude gain: 1300 m

  • Distance: 13 km

  • Duration: 8-9 h

Day 2: Komna hut – Triglav 7 lakes hut - 7 lakes valley - Prehodavci hut

On day 2, we will explore the longest high-mountain valley of the Julian Alps, where Triglav National Park is located. The trail from Komna hut gradually progresses through the Triglav traverse route to the mountain on Kal, and slowly descends into Lopučnica valley followed by the ascent to the 7 lakes hut.  As we approach the hut, we will catch the first views of the 5th and 6th - double Triglav lakes.

Then we will keep hiking through the 7 lakes valley to Kidney Laks, the 4th and largest lake. Before climbing to Prehodavci hut (2071 m), we will catch sight of the 2nd and 3rd lakes- Brown Lake and Green Lake.

  • Altitude gain: 850 m

  • Distance: 16 km

  • Duration: 6-7 h

Day 3: Triglav

There are 2 options for the third day, the first and easiest is to head to Kanjavec (2568 m), and the second, which is slightly more demanding, is to climb Triglav (2864 m).

Both groups will start by heading towards Hribarice. From there, the first group will move toward Kanjavec (2568 m), Slovenia's longest ski touring route, the top is straightforward and the route requires no special technical skills. Then we will descend to Dolič and continue through the Velska valley to Vodnik hut.

In case you decide to climb Triglav, we will continue over Hribarice to Dolič. From the hut, we follow a former Italian mule track and then branch off to the right towards Triglav until we reach an altitude of 2550 m, where the protected climbing route starts. It takes us to the Triglav ridge which we follow to the top of Triglav. From the summit, we will enjoy views all the way to the Slovenian sea. We follow the classic path down to Small Triglav (2725 m) and continue down to Planika hut (2401 m). From there, we move down to Vodnik hut (1817 m) where we meet with group 1.

NOTE: to carry out the Triglav climb, at least 3 people must choose this option.

First group:

  • Altitude Gain: 1500 m

  • Distance: 10 km

  • Duration: 6-8 h

Second Group (Triglav):

  • Elevation Gain: 1650 m

  • Distance: 8 km

  • Duration: 8-9 h

Day 4: Vodnik hut – Velska valley – Jezersko saddle – Planina Krstenica – Planina Blato

From the hut, we climb down to Velo polje (1680 m), where dairy products are produced during the summer months. From there, we continue to the Jezersko saddle (1980 m) and then descend to the Planina Krstenica (1645 m). From the mountain, there is another descent to the Planina Blato (1150 m) pasture where transport awaits us.

  • Altitude gain: 265 m

  • Distance: 9 km

  • Duration: 4-5 h

Equipment you will need to bring

Mountaineering clothes (long mountaineering pants and spare pants, at least four layers of clothing, wind jacket, spare clothing, hat, gloves), backpack at least 35 l, hiking boots, pocket knife, first aid , sunglasses, sunscreen. You will need a helmet, climbing harness, and via ferrata kit - in case you climb Triglav.


What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
Grand Hotel Toplice Bled Slovenia
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Hotel Park Bled Slovenia
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Hotel Krim Bled Slovenia
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About the guide: Anita

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Mountain Leader

I started with hiking first as a student and during the years with mountaineering, climbing, ski touring and more.

Now I live in the most beautiful village under our highest mountain of Triglav in Julian Alps and I started guiding long time ago first in Slovenian mountains and since I finished UIMLA course I guide abroad too.

We are guiding mostly in Julian Alps but also in Karawanks in Austrian Alps, in Croatia, and in Italy.

I prefer to guide smaller groups so that guests feel really comfortable in the mountains.

Please get in touch with me if you wish to be guided on any of our trips in the mountains. If I'm busy I will make sure that another great guide will guide you.


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