Mount Triglav hiking trails by difficulty

Protected mountain trails from the hardest to the easiest. To the top of Mount Triglav leads about 10 hiking routes and variants. Three of them start from the Vrata valley. One route leads from the Kot Valley, another one from the Krma valley and also one from the Pokljuka plateau. Then we have two variants from Bohinj lake and two from the Trenta valley. Some of them are merged in the upper part. At the very top of the mountain,…

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Triglav National Park cottages and chalets

Private accommodation in Triglav National Park A special experience is the rental of cottages and chalets in the Triglav National Park. These are small accommodation units in beautiful locations. They provide a great deal of privacy and freedom. There are many such that can be reached by car. Some of them are also walking a few hours. Another important factor in your choice is of course the tour you want to make from this hut. well, let’s look at some…

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Best Triglav hiking tours

Triglav Hiking tours Best time to hike Hiking in Triglav National Park is possible all year round. The main season is from June to the end of September when on majority of the trails there is no snow, temperatures are warm, alpine flora is blooming and the huts are opened. Afternoon thunderstorms are very common in that time of the year, especially in August. For that reason start your hikes early in the morning and try to avoid them. October could be…

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5 most scenic mountain huts in Triglav National Park

The list of mountain huts in Triglav National Park that you should definitely visit Hut Planika Located just under the top of Mt Triglav, this is one of the most popular Triglav mountain huts. It lies on the altitude of 2400 meters. It’s a perfect base for your climb to the top of the highest Slovenian mountain. From the valley to the hut is cca 6 hours of walking and from the hut to the top you will need cca…

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Where to spend the night in Triglav National Park during winter time?

Where to overnight in Triglav National Park during winter time? If you are heading towards Slovenia during winter, which in the mountains is considered from October to June, and you are planning to do some hiking in the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park, it is not the easiest thing to find a place to overnight, because majority of mountain huts stay closed from October to the end of May. However, there are some exceptions. Mountain hut at Komna plateau…

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Climbing Triglav Mountain: Which Route is the best?

Climbing Triglav Mountain: Which Route is the best? If you are thinking about ascending Slovenian highest mountain, Mt Triglav (2864 m), you are probably wondering which route to take. There are more than 20 routes that you can choose from to reach the top of this mighty and beautiful mountain, so let us help you with a decision. The easiest way to reach the top of Mt Triglav is from Pokljuka plateau via Vodnik and Planika huts. Also, this is…

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Understanding Slovenia Hiking Trails Markers

Understanding Slovenia Hiking Trails Markers In Slovenia, we have more than 10,000 marked hiking trails. They go through the forests, over alpine meadows, vast fields, countryside landscape, and alpine rocky terrain. They offer a lot of different possibilities for a day, multi-day or long distance hikes. Often you can find mountain huts along the way where you can get a cup of tea or coffee, tasty fresh meals and a place to sleep. Slovenian hiking trails are taken care of…

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Triglav National Park Rules

Triglav National Park Rules About Triglav National Park and Rules in the park Triglav National Park is the only national park in Slovenia and it has 880 km2, which represents 4 % of Slovenian surface. It lies on the northwestern part of Slovenia, close to Austrian and Italian borders and the Julian Alps represent the biggest part of it. It is one of the oldest parks in Europe, it was established in 1924. It is a strictly protected area in…

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Mount Triglav

General information about the mountain, how to climb it and difficulty of the climb The highest Slovenian mountain Mount Triglav is with 2864 m the highest Slovenian mountain. It is situated in the heart of Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps, in the western part of Slovenia, not far from alpine lakes Bled and Bohinj. The name, Triglav, means three heads as the summit has the shape of three peaks. Back then it was also a Slavic three-headed pagan…

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Lake Bled Hiking

Lake Bled Hiking   One of the entry points for Triglav National Park is Bled, known for its lake with a small island, the castle on a high rock and delicious original dessert (but later about it). Bled is not only one of the most beautiful Slovenian tourist pearls, Bled is the starting point of a place suitable for shorter tourist and easier hiking trips. Of course, they are not as demanding as those in Triglav National Park, but they are also…
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We are a specialized tourist agency for active holidays and outdoor sports. In the framework of the ClimbTriglav programs, we prepared for you a special offer of the best tour to the highest Slovenian mountain Triglav.

Our agency is only 5 km away from Ljubljana International Airport in the direction of Triglav National Park. We can wait for you at the airport and get together for your holiday adventure.

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