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The most scenic and well known of all the hikes Slovenia has to offer. We have set up this one with families in mind – the walking days are not too long or too demanding. This hike takes us through the heart of Triglav national park and the valley of seven Triglav lakes. Amazing panoramas and the variety of flora and fauna along the trail will leave you speachless.
Bled Info Center Triglavska Roža
Planina Blato (1148m)
Helmet, good hiking shoes, waterproof jacket
approx. 5h 1st day; 3-4h 2nd and 3rd day
easy marked way
Total distance: 12km
Walking time : 5h30min
We start our trek on Planina Blato and continue to the mountain pasture Planina Krstenica (1670 m). After the steep climb we take a short break and enjoy some stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The path flattens for the next part while we are walking on high pastures between old herdsmen huts. After we tackle another climb, this time a lot shorter, which takes us to Jezersko saddle (1945m), from where we catch the first glimpse of Mt. Triglav, the tallest of all Slovenian mountains. The trail then leads us on a series of shorter climbs and descents until we reach Vodnik hut, where we take a break and enjoy a refreshing drink. From the hut we continue walking across Velo polje field, a flattish area nestled among some of the tallest peaks of Slovenia. We leave the field behind and start with a graduate climb towards our final destination of the day – Dolič hut, where we have an opportunity to taste some traditional mountain food for dinner and spend the night.
Total distance: 8km
Walking time: 4h;
Ascent: 391m, Descent: 820m
We start our day with a good breakfast and then set off along the trail which starts with a quite flat section to warm us up for the only big climb of the day. This climb takes us to the highest point of our trek – Hribarice pass (2365m). After a short scenic break and a lot of photos we start descending into the Valley of seven Triglav lakes. We reach the bottom of the valley next to the charming Green lake. We observe the reflection of the mountains in the calm water surface of the lake. If time allows we hike up the valley to see the other 3 smaller lakes, just minutes away. If we do not feel like it, we continue with a descend down the most famous valley in Slovenia. On our way we pass the Big lake and finally reach the hut next to the Double lake. There we have an opportunity to eat our dinner and spend the night.
Total distance: 8,2km
Walking time: 3h
After breakfast we start with our last climb of the trek towards Štapce saddle (1851m). From the top we look backwards and say our goodbye to the valley of 7 Triglav lakes. From there the trail goes downwards leading us through a series of high mountain pastures and sparse forests. On the way we stop next to another beautiful lake for a short rest. Then we continue with the last bit of our journey that takes us back to the same spot where we started a couple of days ago.
If time allows we also stop for a refreshing swim in Bohinj lake on our way back.
* THE GUIDE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJUST THE PROGRAM REGARDING THE WEATHER CONDITION AND PHYSICAL CONDITION OF THE PARTICIPANTS.
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Summer: You will definitely need good (ankle high) hiking boots, helmet, self-loading Via Ferrata kit, trekking poles to support your knees, day backpack, a lot of water, some snacks and a light jacket. If you don’t have Via Ferrata kit equipment, you can rent it with us.
Winter: You will definitely need good hiking boots, helmet, self-loading Via Ferrata kit, trekking poles to support your knees, day backpack, a lot of water, some food, a warm jacket and sleeping bag. And as well crampons, ice axe and snow leggings. If you don’t have winter ascent equipment, you can rent it with us.
You will definitely need good (ankle high) hiking boots, trekking poles to support your knees, day backpack, a lot of water, some snacks and a light jacket.
To climb it in one day you have to be in excellent fitness condition, as it takes around 6h 30min to ascent the top and then descent on the same day. But you will definitely get more authentic experience with 2 days in the mountains.
Winter in the Alps is usually longer and snow could fall from November to mid-May. So you can even expect snow till end of June. But it all depends on how much snow falls and how warm the spring is.
That all depends on the weather forecast. If there is just some light rain we will still go on a tour. However, if its gonna be heavy rain, we will try to move your tour to another most convenient date. In either case, we constantly check weather forthcast so we can arrange the best trip for you.
Food on our tours is not included, because of the variety of tastes of our participants. Of course, the food is available in any mountain hut and whatever is on the menu is always good.