Climbing Triglav north face: short German route

A 1-day climbing trip in the majestic Triglav north face, taking the short German route (Kratka Nemška) together with Gregor, IFMGA mountain guide.




Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Julian Alps

People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified



    With more than 120 climbing routes, Triglav north face is a paradise for climbers trying to conquer one of the highest walls of the Alps.

    At 2864 m, the highest peak in Slovenia boasts an impressive 1000 m high wall, that extends along 4000 meters.

    I propose a rock climbing journey taking the short German route (also known by its Slovenian name, Kratka Nemška).

    This is a popular 800 m high route, with solid rock formation, offering a grade III / grade IV difficulty in the UIAA grading system. It’s ideal for beginners and also for climbers with more experience.

    The best time for this trip is from late June till the end of September.

    Please contact me if you want to approach Triglav north face through the short German route. I’ll be happy to be your guide in this amazing place!

    You can also check other climbing routes with different levels of difficulty, like the Slovenian route.

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    350 EUR

    Group of 2
    225 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Transport during the trip
    • Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)

    Other details

    More info

    -Rent equipment and transfers from accommodation and back (Kranjska Gora, Mojstrana, Bled) are included in the price.

    -Equipment: appropriate mountain clothes and shoes, helmet, climbing harness, backpack, 2x locking carabiner, sling 120cm.


    About the Guide


    I am an aspirant iFMGA mountain guide born in 1980 in Mojstrana, a Slovenian village close to Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in the country at 2864 m.

    From an early age, my parents took me to the mountains during summer and winter. At that time, my father was part of a mountain rescue team in my hometown and was also going on expeditions to the Himalaya and the Andes, so he became a big inspiration for me. We went climbing, hiking, sport climbing and ski touring together. His enthusiasm truly influenced me.

    I went to Alpine school, then Mountain rescue team, I did the Alpinist exam and I became an Alpinist instructor. After that, I also studied to be a professor of Sport. Several years later, I decided to begin my mountain guide education and to become an IFMGA/UIAGM certified mountain guide.



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