Triglav National Park Hiking
Triglav National Park hiking tours offer a unique experience. Mount Triglav is probably the first challenge and top goal for most visitors. But on the other hand, good trekking in Triglav National Park can be equivalent to the rise to the top of Triglav.
The most popular trekking is certainly the Valley of the Seven Triglav Lakes, located in the very heart of the park. The highland glacier valley is 8 km long and stretches between 1300 m and 2200 m above sea level. There are seven lakes in the valley. Their waters flow across Bohinj Lake all the way to the Black Sea. Only from the highest lake water continue to the Soča river and then to the Adriatic Sea.
The next attraction in the park is the Bohinj plateau with shepherd’s huts, sheep, and cows, where some of them still producing cheese. Mountain meadows, larch, pine trees, and innumerable flowers are accompanied by the park. The most common animals are chamois, caprine, deer, bear, lynx, eagle and many species of birds and reptiles.
Similarly or even more offers a hike along the edge of the park. Ridges above the Bohinj Lake offer wonderful views on the lake and the valley below the Mount Triglav, as well as the summit.
Our tours around Triglav National Park last for one, two or three days. If you like, we can extend them for an additional day, to reducing the daily effort. In each case you will sleep in mountain huts.
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