Slovenia·December - March
MOUNT TRIGLAV WINTER MOUNTAINEERING: JULIAN ALPS, SLOVENIA
Embark on a thrilling winter climb with a Certified Mountain Guide in the heart of Mount Triglav, Slovenia. Join like-minded enthusiasts!VIEW DATES
Experience the exhilaration of winter alpinism on our Mount Triglav guided climb. A Certified Mountain Guide will lead you through this intermediate-level adventure, immersing you in the stunning Slovenian wilderness. We require participants to have good physical condition and prior winter climbing experience. Join a small group of fellow enthusiasts from around the world as you conquer the rugged terrain of Mount Triglav. Our guided trip ensures your safety and enhances your climbing skills. With our expert guide by your side, you'll not only scale the peak but also forge lasting memories.
Why choose our Mount Triglav winter climb? Because we prioritise your safety and success. Our Certified Mountain Guide will support you every step of the way, ensuring you reach the summit with confidence. You'll benefit from their expertise, gaining valuable skills and knowledge during the journey.
Slovenia's highest peak
Immerse yourself in the unparalleled natural beauty of Mount Triglav, Slovenia's highest peak. With a small group of like-minded adventurers, you'll explore pristine landscapes, untouched by the masses. Your guide will take you off the beaten path, allowing you to connect with nature and fellow climbers on a profound level.
Meet new people!
Discover the benefits of Mapo Tapo's aggregation system. By joining a group trip tailored to your fitness level, you'll share the adventure with passionate skiers who match your experience. This not only fosters camaraderie but also reduces costs. Plus, you can enjoy the journey without worrying about the logistics – leave that to us.
Mount Triglav, Slovenia
The jewel of Slovenia's Julian Alps
Mount Triglav, the jewel of Slovenia's Julian Alps, beckons with its breathtaking natural beauty. Towering at 2,864 meters, it offers a thrilling winter playground for climbers. The mountain's rich history, including its symbolic significance for Slovenians, adds to its allure. Join us to explore its snowy slopes and experience the magic of Triglav.
A certified alpine guide
2 days of climbing
Transport during activities
What's Not Included
Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners
Transport to the meeting point
Everything not specified in the paragraph "What's included"
This trip is designed for climbers who know the fundamentals of rock climbing and who have already had other experiences. It is essential to have good physical training as there will be sections with snow. An intermediate level is required. Your Guide is a certified guide. The only thing needed is an adventurous attitude and a thirst for exploration!
Mapo Tapo selects activity and local partners with the utmost care. We can for any inaccuracies, however, accept no liability. Rock climbing is a risk sport that takes place in nature. Ultimately, you are fully responsible for the choices you make. Mapo Tapo recommends that anyone who does not have sufficient knowledge not to go outdoor alone.
Please DO NOT book your flights until this trip is confirmed. Most of our trips require a minimum number of participants to run, so to avoid disappointment, wait for a confirmation email before making non-refundable travel plans.
What climbing level must I have to join this trip?
To join this trip, you should be in good physical condition with previous winter climbing experience at an intermediate level.
Are the flights included in the package?
No, the flight is not included in the package.
How do I get to the meeting point?
On the initial day, we'll pick you up from your location in Bled, Kranjska Gora, or Mojstrana. Timing will be communicated based on weather conditions.
What is the maximum number of people who can join this trip?
A guide will take a maximum of 2 climbers during the winter. If your group is larger, additional guides will be assigned.
Do you recommend bringing any extra gear?
You'll need a harness, helmet, via Ferrata kit (provided based on conditions), headlamp, warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, gloves, sunglasses, mountaineering shoes with crampon compatibility, a backpack, water bottle, prescribed medication, camera, and snacks. Alpine club membership may offer sleeping discounts, and a hut liner is required if you don't have one.
Why is it essential to have a certified guide with you during the activities?
In the outdoors, especially during activities with inherent risks like climbing, having a certified guide is crucial. The guide bears contractual responsibility for your safety. While you can suggest route changes, the final decision rests with the guide, considering factors like objective risks (e.g., rock conditions) and weather. This ensures a secure and enjoyable experience for all participants.
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