Multi-day Hut to hut trek in the Triglav National Park, Slovenia

Triglav National Park in Slovenia is one of the most charming and delightful places in Europe, and UIMLA-certified guide Klemen will guide you on this multi-day hut to hut trek through its raw natural beauty, stunning flora and fauna and simply lovely views and scenery.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1+ day

Mountain Range

Julian Alps

People per Guide

6 people

Trip Level

Easy

Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

Type of Trip

Private

Highlights

 
  • Explore the raw natural beauty and delights of Triglav National Park

  • Visit a myriad of lakes, valleys, gorges, streams and waterfalls

  • See a World War One battlesite with fortresses and weapons still visible

  • Witness a huge amount and diversity of flora and fauna

 

This multi-day hut to hut trek I will lead you on through Triglav National Park in Slovenia entails some of the most astonishing and beautiful natural scenery in all of Europe, as we spend our days admiring the majestic lakes, gorges, stream, waterfalls and valleys, standing in awe of the Julian Alps (including Mt Triglav, Slovenia’s highest), exploring historical World War One battle sites and seeking out the exotic and unique flora and fauna that abounds.

Triglav National Park lies in the Northwestern part of the country, and is Slovenia’s only national park, and thus an extremely popular tourist destination. It makes up approximately 4% of the countries landmass, and its landscape and terrain are dominated by the towering Julian Alps.

We can start the trip at a multitude of locations on the edge of the National Park, and over the course of the trip there are several highlights that we always aim to get to.

Some of these include the alluring and emerald green River Soca, which we can refreshingly swim in during warmer months, the gorgeous Valley of the Seven Lakes that stretches out over the karst terrain, and the Southwestern region of the park, where remnants of World War One battles remain with fortresses and weapons still visible.

For those indulging in a multi-day trip, we will be staying in quaint and cute mountain huts and cottages during the night, and to provide a good base to start each day.

The variety of flowers we can see during summer and spring is a special sight to behold, and there is also a huge diversity in the animals we will come across, with gams, roe deer, wild goat, foxes and rabbits calling the park home.

We will finish the activity hopefully having made you want to come back and explore even more of this special part of the world.

Exploring Triglav National Park will blow you away and make you come back for more – book now to experience!

For those who want more of a climbing experience, try our Triglav private guided climbing tours, here!

Alternatively, for those who like colder and more Wintry conditions, try our Mt Triglav guided winter climb, here!

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Price per person, per day

 
Group of 1
180 EUR

Group of 2
110 EUR

Group of 3
110 EUR

Group of 4
110 EUR

Group of 5
110 EUR

Group of 6
110 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
  • Transport during the trip
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
 Price does not include: Transport during the trip over 80km Extra food and drink Souvenirs
 

Itinerary

 
  • Day 1 to 4Meet and explore

    – Meet every morning and explore a different part of the park every day

    – Stay in huts or cottages during night

     

 
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Beginner

Fitness level required

Occasional

Meeting point

Several locations on the edge of the national park

Accommodation

Hut and cottage accommodation every night

 

About the Guide

 
 

I live in Mojstrana, the main starting point for climbing Mount Triglav, the highest peak in the Julian Alps.

I started climbing when I was in Elementary School. I did my first climbing expedition before turning 16 years old: we climbed in the Lofoten Island in Norway. And I was hooked!

I later entered the Mountain Rescue Service very young and saw the mountains from a less friendly point of view. Since then, I have visited many interesting mountains around the world but for me, apart from the Julian Alps, the most beautiful mountains are the Nepalese Himalayas.

I organized the first trekking there 25 years ago and now I visit Nepal and the Himalayas at least twice a year. I have been fully engaged in the training of Slovenian mountain leaders there.

As part of the Mountain Safety team, I have been dealing with avalanches and avalanche rescue for the past 20 years. I am a certified UIMLA leader and the President of the Association of Mountain Leaders of Slovenia, where I am also a trainer/instructor.

My specialties are the lesser known paths in the Julian Alps (Triglav National Park), several days trekking across the Julian Alps (hut to hut), trekking in various Balkan countries (Bosnia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Romania) and of course trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas.

 
 

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