Mt Mangart (2678 m) is a peak of the Julian Alps, lying in the border between Italy and Slovenia. Are you ready for an adventure there?
Due to its easy access, it’s a very popular peak among climbers, specially during the summer months. In fact, a big part of the traverse can be done by car, taking the Mangart road (the highest alpine road in Slovenia) that climbs up to 2000 m height.
The road ends at the Mangart saddle. From there, we’ll hike about 30 minutes until we reach the entrance of the Slovenian via ferrata route.
It will take between 1 to 2 hours to complete the route. Even though it’s quite technical, it’s still suitable for beginners. Finally, we’ll descent on the Italian route, back to the Mangart saddle.
Would you like to climb this beautiful peak of the Julian Alps? Please, get in touch with me so we can start organizing our trip.
Price per person
|Group of 2||125EUR|
|Group of 3||100EUR|
|Group of 4||100EUR|
- Guiding fee
- Transport during the trip
- Group equipment
Skill level required
Fitness level required
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