Bovec is a small town in northwestern Slovenia, very close to the border with Italy. Nestled in the beautiful Soca Valley, it’s the ideal place to head for an adventure in nature, enjoying the turquoise waters of the Soca river and the majestic peaks of this section of Triglav National Park. Montaz (2754 m) —the second highest peak in the Julian Alps after Mt Triglav— and Mount Mangart (2679 m) are two big attractions for mountain lovers. Both of these peaks have amazing via ferrata routes. In the case of Mt Mangart, there’s a via ferrata in the Slovenian side and another one in the Italian side. This is a great opportunity of reaching the summits of two major peaks in the Julian Alps, while enjoying an extraordinary mountain landscape! Take a pick from our selection of Via ferrata trips in Bovec – the hills are calling!
Bovec, in Northwestern Slovenia, is a veritable outdoor activity paradise, as its alluring landscape dotted with mountains, rivers and valleys provides ample opportunity to indulge in active pursuits.
Be sure to come prepared and enjoy a Via ferrata trip, one of the best ways to see this glorious region.
Some of the famous sights and areas to discover include the towering peaks of the Julian Alps, the awe-inspiring scenery of Triglav National Park, and the Soca River, with its exquisite colours and water sports-friendly rapids.
The weather is almost perfect throughout summer, but can get very cold in the Winter, so please pack appropriately in order to maximise your enjoyment.
Pleasant outdoor weather from April to October (up to mid-20's celsius) but then very cold from November to March, especially overnight when temperatures go below 0 degrees celsius. Infrequent rain all year round.
Flights to Ljubljana from most major international hubs, and then onward buses/cars to Bovec.
April to October as the weather is at its most pleasant for outdoor activities.
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