Mount Triglav, Slovenia 2-day guided climb

Luka, a ZGVS-certified guide, will guide you to the summit of the tallest mountain in Slovenia - the legendary Mount Triglav!




Trip Duration

2 days

Mountain Range

Julian Alps

People per Guide

Trip Level


Offer Period

Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Join me for this 2-day climb of Mount Triglav!  Not just the tallest mountain in the Julian Alps, Mount Triglav is also the highest peak in the country of Slovenia! During this adventure, we will spend two days pushing toward the summit by trail and via ferrata.

    At 2,864 meters (9,395 feet), Mount Triglav is the tallest peak in Slovenia, and an important symbol of the southern central European nation.  In fact, the mountain is depicted on Slovenia’s official coat of arms, and has been explored by adventurers for centuries.  Not to mention, the country’s only national park – Triglav National Park – is home to and named for this mountain.

    Over the course of this two day adventure, we will explore the beautiful alpine environment of Slovenia as we summit this picturesque mountain. I will guide you through mountain trails and via ferrata as we ascend toward our goal.

    We will start from the Krma Valley and walk about 5-6 hours up to the Kredarica Hut, the highest mountain hut in Slovenia, which will be our refuge for the night.  We will then summit with the assistance of via ferrata, and descend down past the Kredarica hut to complete the climb.  While we will use the via ferrata during the technical portions of the climb, you should be fit enough to accomplish 2,000 meters of elevation gain/loss in order to reach the summit in 2 days.

    Book now and I will guide you to the summit of the tallest mountain in Slovenia, a legendary mountain that has captured the hearts and minds of the entire country!

    I also offer a winter ascent of Mount Triglav: 2-day Triglav North Face ascent via Slovenska route, as well as other outdoor programs: Ice climbing in Slovenia with a guide and Mlacca Gorge, Beginners Ice Climbing Course.


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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    700 EUR

    Group of 2
    400 EUR

    Group of 3
    280 EUR

    Group of 4
    245 EUR

    Group of 5
    245 EUR

    Group of 6
    245 EUR

    Group of 7
    230 EUR

    Group of 8
    220 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
     Price includes guiding services. Does not include accommodation in mountain refuge.

    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required



    We will spend the night in the Kredarica Hut, located on the mountain.


    About the Guide


    I was born in Ljubljana in 1988 and began climbing during high school. In 2010, I became a climbing instructor, after years of spending my free time on the walls of the Alps, both in Slovenia and abroad. I studied Geography at university, but mountaineering, climbing and now mountain guiding have always been my main occupation. I've received multiple awards, including the Piolet D'Or. I'm a fully certified IFMGA guide.




    What People are Saying about Luka Strazar


    Luka was an amazing guide! He truly went above and beyond on this trip. One example: he had a significant personal event occur right before I arrived, but made sure he was available to guide me anyway. Second, one of my climbing days was far too rainy and cold sadly to continue to be alpine, so he drove with me another two hours to a site that was enjoyable and much warmer. As well I found him to be a kind coach and willing to let me try hard on routes. Looking forward to another climb with him.
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    Deborah Frincke
    Luka was an amazing guide. He was able to both challenge our son, who is an experienced rock climber, but also give my spouse and I the encouragement we needed to have a great time for our first day of outdoor climbing. I highly recommend him!
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    justin Morgan-Parmett
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    Anton Bergström
    1) The guide : Really nice person, and experimented climber. I always felt safe with him. He had a plan A and a plan B, if the plan A was too hard for me. 2) The trip. First time mixt climbing, and i really enjoyed it. The slovenska route is more funny to climb than going to the summit from the hut ! So i really recommend going with Luka anywhere you want to go, especially because there are so nice mountains in Slovénia
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