Mt Mangart (2678 m) is an important peak of the Julian Alps, standing on the border between Slovenia and Italy. Join for an incredible journey there!
Despite the ongoing debate over its name (some say it’s Mangart, others Mangrt), this is a fantastic mountain and very popular among climbers! Due to its easy access, it’s most visited during the summer months.
In fact, the Mangart road (Slovenia’s highest road) takes you up to 2000 m height, right below the rocky pyramid-shape summit of Mangart.
On this trip, we’ll ascent Mangart through the Italian side. We’ll drive to the Mangart saddle and then descent down to the path that leads to Laghi di Fusine. The descent lasts 30 minutes.
After that, we’ll be at the entrance of a via ferrata route. This is a more technical route that will demand 2 hours of climbing.
Once we finish the via ferrata, we can descend back to the car (30 minutes) or reach the summit of Mt Mangart by the normal route and then go back to the car (3 hours).
I recommend this trip for those who want to experience more technical via ferratas.
Please, let me know if you’d like to join this trip in the Julian Alps. It will be a challenging adventure!
Price per person
|Group of 2||125EUR|
|Group of 3||100EUR|
- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
- Group equipment
Skill level required
Fitness level required
If you want to stay the night or more in Bovec, I recommend Apartments Skok.