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Best hiking tours in Triglav National Park

Triglav National Park is a beautiful and popular destination for hiking tours. Of course, there are many different hiking routes and trails to choose from, ranging from easy walks to challenging mountain hikes.

If you are thinking about ascending the 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. At the number of trails that Triglav National Park has to offer, you might find yourself questioning where to go and which trails would be perfect for you. So we want to make it a little bit easier for you. Therefore we decided to make a list of the best Triglav National Park hiking tours for different tastes and of different difficulty levels. Here are some popular hiking destinations within the Park including Mount Triglav itself, the Seven Lakes Valley, Pokljuka Plateau, Bohinj Lake, and Kranjska Gora.

If you are interested in taking a guided hiking tour, check out our hiking tours in Triglav National Park.

seven lakes valley

Triglav Lakes Valley hiking tours

Triglav Lakes Valley is where the story of Triglav National Park begins. This is the area that was first protected as a park in 1924. You can start this Triglav 7 Lakes Valley hiking at Blato pasture above Lake Bohinj. Continue over pastures filled with cows and sheep towards the Double Lake. No extra words are needed, you will be amazed for sure. Return to Blato pasture on a different route via Black Lake. The difficulty is moderate as the hike is quite long (cca. 8 hrs). You can choose from a 1, 2, or 3-day hike over this amazing valley of 7 lakes.  

1-day hike to Seven Triglav Lakes, 

2-day hike over Seven Lakes Valley,

3-day hike across Seven Lakes Valley

Climb Triglav across Triglav Lakes.

Pokljuka Plateau hiking tours

Debela Peč hike is one of the most accessible mountains above 2000m in Slovenia. Additionally, Debela Peč is famous for its magnificent views of the highest mountains in the Julian Alps. Meanwhile, you have beautiful pasture Zajamniki just an easy hike away from the parking lot.

Debela Peč & Lake Bled hike, Zajamniki hike, Viševnik hike

Kranjska Gora hiking tours

You’ve probably already heard of Kranjska Gora, which is the mecca for hiking in Slovenia. Basically, you can find something for every hiking enthusiast here. You have easy tours as well as very demanding tours in the highlands. Some of the best tours around here are:

Krnica Valley, Martuljški waterfalls, and Vršič pass, which you can also reach by car and continue by foot from there.

Soča Trail hiking tours

This trail goes along one of the most amazing and beautiful rivers in the world, the Soča River. Imagine the emerald color of the river perfectly clean and clear, surrounded by alpine peaks, green forests, and meadows. Imagine green Narnia. Believe it or not, they actually shot part of this movie in the area. If you like valley hikes in unspoiled nature alongside a beautiful river, this is the one for you. It is an easy option with plenty of activities you can do next to hiking. Ruins and museums from WWI. Rafting or kayaking on the Soča river. Canyoning, zip-lining. Camping, fishing, paragliding. Tasting delicious local food.  Sounds mesmerizing? From one-day Triglav Hiking tours to multi-day trekking…

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Mount Triglav hiking tours

The highest Slovenian mountain or the father of them all. Definitely, you have to take the climb with respect and not underestimate it. You can do it in two days. Overnight in one of the huts below the top, Planika hut or Kredarica hut. The last part of the climb to the summit is via ferrata. See our post about the climb here.

3 popular climb Mount Triglav routes

Mount Triglav from Pokljuka plateau

The easiest way to reach the top of Mt Triglav is from Pokljuka plateau via Vodnik and Planika huts. This is also one of the longest approaches, but because it is longer is also less steep and more pleasant. After all, climbing Triglav Mountain is not the easiest thing to do, and if you are not an experienced mountaineer it might be pushing your limits anyway. So do yourself a favor and decide on this option, even though you will have to do the extra mile. A starting point is from the beautiful plateau in Triglav National Park and along the way you will have beautiful views of the Julian Alps above Bohinj Lake. Surly the plus is also two huts along the way, where you can overnight and get a tasty, warm meal.

Mount Triglav from Krma Valley

Let’s be honest, sometimes we just want it fast and right away. From picturesque Krma valley, you will get it for sure. This is the shortest and fastest way to Climbing Triglav Mountain. A starting point is at the end of the valley and the route goes through the forest for some time, then it opens and you can catch some awe-inspiring views over peaks above you and the valley beneath you. It is steeper than the previous one, but you don’t need to use both hands to make a progress, unless on the last, via ferrata part, but that is the same for all routes.

Mount Triglav Via Ferrata from Vrata Valley

And the cherry on top of the cake? It goes to the Bamberger route via Plemenice. Attention, even if you like sweets, but you are not an experienced mountaineer, this isn’t the right one for you. A beautiful route that starts in Vrata Valley in front of majestic Triglav North face it goes first to Luknja pass and then the hardest part begins. It is a via ferrata route, but in some places, your hands and legs will be a much better help than the self-belaying system. Strongly recommended climbing this one with a guide, who will put you on the rope and make sure that you are safe.


SOCA RIVER TO BOHINJ LAKE TREK 3 DAYS

3 Days / 2 Nights
Hike from the emerald Soča river to the crystal clear waters of Bohinj lake.
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Bled hike Babji zob 1 day

1 Day
Spent your hike day hiking over the beautiful Lake Bled.
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Round Tour

Emerald River panoramic drive

1 Day
Emerald River panoramic drive is a round day trip by car in Triglav National Park with optional, but most fun of all, rafting on the stunning Soca River.
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Seven Lakes Valle

Seven Lakes Valley Hike 3 days

3 Days / 2 Nights
Certainly, on trekking across Seven Lakes Valley, you will see Triglav National Park in all its beauty!
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Lakes Valley

SEVEN LAKES VALLEY HIKE 2 DAYS

2 Days / 1 Nights
Spent two days hiking in the amazing Valley of Seven Triglav lakes, which is the heart of the Triglav National park.
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7 lakes valley

Seven Lakes Valley Hike 1 day

1 Day
Spent your hike day in the beautiful Valley of Seven Triglav Lakes, which is the heart of the National Park.
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Vogel

Triglav National Park Hike 1 day – Vogel-Komna

1 Day
Spend your one day hike in Triglav National Park on a panoramic trail from Vogel ski resort to Komna mountain plateau.
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Triglav National Park hiking tours

Best time to hike in Triglav National Park

Hiking in Triglav National Park is possible all year round. The main season is from June to the end of September when the majority of the trails are without snow, temperatures are warm, alpine flora is blooming and the huts are open. Afternoon thunderstorms are very common at 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 pleasant for day hikes, but the weather could change very quickly so make sure you have warm clothes and a rain jacket with you.

During the winter from December to June, there might be lots of snow, so we recommend that you have some experience with winter hiking. Especially make some plans with routes, food, and drinks. It won’t take much time, but it’s well worth it as there is just one hut that stays open in winter (Hut at Komna plateau). Also, pay attention to weather conditions. Hiking after heavy snowfall for example is not advisable due to the high risk of avalanches.

Equipment and what to bring

During summer and autumn, good hiking shoes are first on the list. Poles are recommended as well. Additionally, sunscreen, a hat, and a first aid kit are something you should always carry in your backpack. Temperatures during the day in summer months could get very high, so bring enough water and make sure you start early in the morning.

During winter there could be plenty of snow. Therefore, hiking is much easier with snowshoes, especially if you go off the beaten track. Some more popular routes could be more gauzed than others and there are a lot of different types of snow. That is a consequence of the weather conditions. So you must be ready for everything. However, crampons and ice ax are obligatory equipment for winter hiking, we highly recommend poles as well, not to mention good quality winter hiking boots and clothing.

Where to go

You have plenty of options that you can choose from. Make the decision regarding your experiences, preferences, and the level of difficulty that you want. A good detailed map of Triglav National Park you can buy at all TNP offices, tourist info points in Bled, Bovec, and Bohinj, etc. It will help you to get a better picture of the trails, parks, and huts. During July and August booking the huts is very recommended as it could get very crowded. Have in mind that Triglav 7 Lakes Valley, Mt Triglav, Pokljuka plateau, Kranjska Gora, and Bohinj are the most popular destinations. In contrast, some peaks and trails could be quite solitary.


Overall Triglav hiking and climbing is a thing you will remember for a long time, and in the company of our experienced guide, it will be a wonderful memory.

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