Triglav National Park, a wide swath of land measuring 838 km², is located in the northwest of the country and is guarded by the Julian Alps.
This natural reserve offers magnificent scenery for climbing via ferrata routes. All of them are very well equipped to make progression easier. With the help of stairs, bridges, anchors and handrails, these via ferrata routes let us discover really interesting places of the Julian Alps that otherwise we could not visit.
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Nestled into the Julian Alps in the northwestern region of this small central European nation, Triglav National Park is an excellent destination for any via ferrata adventure.
The most remote part of the park is easily reached in two hours from the capital. It is fairly easy to get to via taxi or bus, but many guides include transport in their packages.
Once you arrive in the national park, there is a plethora of options from which to choose ranging from single day climbs to some of the park’s smaller peaks all the way to three-day climbs of Mount Triglav, the nation’s highest peak.
In this mountainous region of the country there is plenty to see and via ferrata can quickly and easily take you to the heights from which to enjoy the best views the country has to offer.
During the spring, temperatures are quite pleasant, but get colder with more altitude. Rain is not infrequent either. During the summer, temperatures are moderate, but can get all the way up to the mid-30s. In autumn, temperatures become quite pleasant again. Rain is less common during these months.
This depends on what you would like to do and how much time you have. Many guides offer single and half-day via ferrata trips as well as half-week and week-long climbing excursions. A week should be enough time to experience all the top spots in the park.
May to October. Some guides offer trips starting in March too.
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