Slovenia·June 25 - 26 2023
CLIMBING SLOVENIA'S HIGHEST MOUNTAIN: MOUNT TRIGLAV
Join us for a 2-days climbing trip on Slovenia's highest mountain Mount Triglav alongside Local Certified Alpine Guide Mitja.SOLD OUT
Deep into the Julian Alps, Mount Triglav rises: the highest peak of Slovenia is technically and physically demanding, but still a worthwhile adventure for every passionate climber and hiker out there . There are three Alpine valleys from where you can start climbing Mount Triglav. Each of them offer various itineraries to get to the topof the mountain. The most popular and easier route for Mount Triglav is accessible from Krma Valley: that's also the most favorite one for the ones who challenge themselves regularly on this peak. Our group will climb exactly this route ! Get ready for 2 days of climbing and exploring around Slovenia's highest mountain, guided by IFMGA Certified Mountain Guide, Mitja.
Mitja is a certificate Local IFMGA Mountain Guide from Slovenia. He's a sunny and fun person but very professional. He is known for being able to organise perfect tours of his land and make you discover unspoilt territories.
The route to Triglavski dom!
Today we will reach the Triglavski hut. It is 7,3 kilometres long, and it gradually ascends 1550 height meters. It will take us around 5 hours to reach the hut. There is water spring halfway up the mountain, so you don't need to worry about the water just bring so snacks for the hike!
To the top of Triglav
From the hut, you will reach the top of the Mount Triglav. We will need to ascend 400 heights on a via Ferrata. This will take us 3/4 hours.
Then we will descend back to the valleys!
The programme is very flexible to take into account weather conditions, activities level and endurance of the group.
A IFMGA alpine guide
What's Not Included
Accommodation in the hut
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
What about the climb?
If the weather allows us we climb to the top of Triglav on the first day, as that way is easier for most of the guests. That means that you will start the climb around 8 am and you will be down in the valley around 1 pm on the second day.
Or if there are possible thunderstorms in the afternoon, we will start the hike around noon on day 1 and ascend the top of Triglav on the second day. That means you will be down in the valley around 5pm on the second day.
How much it will cost the extras?
Half board (dinner, breakfast and sleeping) on the mountain hut is 53€, sheets are 5€, beer is 4,5€, 1,5 litre of water is 4,4€, 0,5 litre of water is 2,3€… Usually, guests spend around 70€ per person on the hut.
Important: Hut takes no credit cards, so you need to bring cash with you.
What is the equipment you need?
- harness(provided by us)
- helmet(provided by us)
- via ferrata kit(provided by us)
- headlamp(if you have one, don’t bother buying a new one as most likely we wont need it)
- warm clothing(fleece…)
- waterproof jacket and trousers(depending on the weather forecast)
- hand gloves(it can snow on the mountain in August also)
- sun glasses, hat and sun cream(high factor)
- shoes(high hiking boots recommended)
- poles(recommended, if you are used to have them)
- water bottle
- medicine prescribed by your doctor
- energy bars, chocolates, other food for during the climb(the longest stretch without huts is 5 hours long. You can get warm food at the huts, so don’t exaggerate with snacks)
- alpine club membership card(if you are a member, you get some discount on sleeping, if not don’t worry about it)
- hut liner(if you don’t have your own they charge 5€ for sheets)
Where is the meeting point with the guide?
The guide can pick you up in these 3 places:
- Kranjska Gora