Via Ferrata trips – Kranjska Gora

Find a guide and get your family ready for an exciting Via Ferrata adventure in Kranjska Gora!

Kranjska Gora is a town at the foot of the Julian Alps, in north-western Slovenia. Close to the Italian and Austrian borders, it’s one of the most popular touristic spots in the country and a great starting point for outdoor activities in the mountains. Via ferratas (protected climbing routes) are quite popular in this area and provide an exciting approach to the beautiful Julian Alps. Via Ferrata is also a great activity to share with the family as it usually safe for children as well. Take a look at our selection of trips and book a guide for a great via ferrata adventure! Explore-Share only promotes trips led by certified guides.


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At an altitude of 806.3 m, Kranjska Gora is a beautiful Slovenian town in the Julian Alps, pierced by the Salva Dolinka river. With its fragrant linden trees, hummocky meadows, gorges, valleys, emerald green lakes and waterfalls, it is a stunning spot to discover on a fun via ferrata! It is also a historical town with plenty of cultural sights to see including monuments, chapels, museums and more.

To get there, you will first need to travel to Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital. From there, it is just 73.5km away. Travel options include a 2 hour bus ride or a 1 hour drive. You can also enquire about transfers with your guide!

Whichever way you choose to go, don’t miss the chance to try a fun via ferrata with your family in this stunning spot in Slovenia! Pick your guide now and start planning your adventure!



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In the summer, temperatures range between 10 and 24 degrees. In the winter, the range is between -8 and 10 degrees Celsius.





How to get there

Krajnska Gora is just 73.5km away from Ljubljana. Travel options include a 2 hour bus ride or a 1 hour drive. You can also enquire about transfers with your guide!

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Best time to visit

In the winter, this is a great ski location, but summer is best for Via Ferrata. Summer months range from June to September.




What People Say


Brilliant day of adventure. Blaz is an excellent guide, we felt really safe the whole time. Plus he was full
of knowledge about the local area. I would recommend him to anyone, especially if you have kids.
We would like to thank you very much, for the patience and great efforts of Mr. Klemen with our kid.
It was a great experience.
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We are an active couple in or late 50s and always wanted to do a via ferrata. Of course
we were concerned that we would be physically unprepared for the trip. The web description, including time of travel was very accurate. The pacing by the guide was excellent and adapted to our speed. The amount of training and oversight was just right for our level of experience. The trip was amazing, a bucket list item. We were able to access extreme terrain with large exposure in a very safe manor. We were comfortable a all time on terrain that, with out the ferrata system, could only be safely accessed by experienced climbers using protection. I highly recommend this trip and guide.

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