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Via Ferrata in the Soca Valley: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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Explore Slovenia’s best via ferrata on your next adventure.

Situated in northwest Slovenia his spectacular valley is home to some of the country’s most beautiful scenery. With the source of the river Soca in the Julian Alps, this valley makes a great setting for a wide range of outdoor activities, including via Ferrata.

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FAQs: Via Ferrata in Soca Valley

What should I know about Via Ferrata Soca Valley?

Mala Mojstrovka in the Mojstrovka-Prisank-Triglav region is a good easy one that’s suitable for the whole family. Mangart Via Ferrata is another accessible one that goes through both through Slovenia and Italy. The Silva-Korena via ferrata in Mount Krn is a bit more challenging. 

Why should I choose Soca Valley for my Via Ferrata adventure?

Julian Alps

This mountain range is home to the tallest mountains in Slovenia. This includes Mount Triglav which at 2,864 meters, is the tallest mountain in the country. You’ll also find amazing rivers, waterfalls and more great nature here.

**Amazing scenery **

From aquamarine lakes to soaring snow-covered mountains and more, the scenery in this area will blow you away. You can soak all this up from the via Ferrata route but make time to get out on a hike too!

Interesting history

This was an important site in World War I and the setting for a number of battles, including the biggest mountain battle in history. In this area, you’ll find a museum dedicated to remembering the history of this time.

What can I expect from the weather during my Via Ferrata trip in Soca Valley?

Summers are mild in this part of Slovenia with substantial rain fall. The winters are freezing.

Which language is predominantly spoken in the Soca Valley region?

Slovenian, Hungarian and Italian

What currency is accepted around Soca Valley?

Euro (EUR)

How can I get to Soca Valley?

Fly to the international airport in Ljubljana, then travel to Bovec (one of the closest towns to the valley) via shuttle or in car.

What's the country code for the Soca Valley region?


When is the best time to travel to Soca Valley for Via Ferrata?

May through October

What people are saying about Via Ferrata | Soca Valley



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 had a fabulous trip with Blaz. Highly recommend it. No mean feat to inspire our 9, 14 and 17 year olds at the same time and leave us all feeling well exercised and challenged. The early start (rejected 5am offer in favour of the more relaxed 6am!) meant even the grumpy 14 year old learned the benefits of climbing up to the beginning of the actual via ferrata before the heat set in. Breakfast up a mountain looking down on the cloud filled valleys at 8am was a real treat. But then the proper fun began. Roped together and often secured to the rocks with carabiners on the fixed wires, we climbed up gulleys and along rock faces that we could not possibly have tackled without Blaz's encouraging leadership. Along the way he delighted the boys with tales of Slovenian history and had constant stories to distract our young daughter. His photos provide a great reminder of the day (ok, long morning) and meant we didn't need to worry about cameras, and he and Igor (our second guide) made very good company over a well earned cuppa and pancakes at the Vrisic pass cafe at the end. Not cheap, but well worth it. We'll be back.



Blaz is the perfect guide. He kept us safe and made us feel comfortable on 4 very different via ferratas. He allowed us to climb at the limit we were comfortable with. His knowledge of history and landmarks was amazing. We enjoyed his company so much that he is the only guide I would consider on a return visit. Thanks Blaz for two great days of climbing!



This was my first via ferrata and on the whole tour I never felt in danger or overstrained. Blaz is a great guy who can explain everything to you, can tell you a lot of interesting things about the region and is always up for a funny saying. An all-round successful day for me. Very recommendable.



the booking, getting the trip planned was not that easy. it's easier to contact the guide directly by phone or whatsapp

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