Bovški Gamsovec

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1-Day Tour, start from Vrata Valley (pick-up in Kranjska Gora or Bled)

An impressive 2,392-meter tall mountain and one of the most picturesque tours in Slovenia, Bovški Gamsovec seems to be the perfect combination for an Alpine adventure, wildlife and spectacular scenery. This fairytale climb lets you soak up breathtaking views of the highest mountain in Slovenia, Mt. Triglav, and its 3-km wide and 1-km tall Triglav North Face. The trails are adorned with fragrant wild flowers. An occasional marmot or deer may peek through the shrubs, and every so often Alpine ibexes break the silence with their loud and sharp whistles. Reserved for adventurous romantics and those seeking great photography opportunities.

 

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Razor

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2-Day Tour, start from Vršič Pass / Vrata Valley (pick-up in Kranjska Gora)

Razor, an overall impressive mighty mountain and a true Alpine giant, shows the most impressive face towards Krnica, a charming valley from where we’ll start our tour. Expect a long, picturesque but twisty trail,  crossing a steep face and past high Alpine lakes towards the panoramic peak. Split into two days with a night spent at 2,050 m in a hut nested among rocky peaks, we’ll conquer Mt. Križ on the first day, Razor on the second, and end our tour on the Vršič Pass. Reserved for adventurous romantics and those seeking great photography.

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Triglav from Pokljuka

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2-Day Tour, start from Pokljuka (pick-up in Bled or Bohinj)

Explore the rugged terrain of the Julian Alps and conquer the highest mountain of Slovenia with us! Oftentimes categorized as the most scenic route to Triglav, the trail from Pokljuka couldn’t be more cozy, dreamy or just plain divine. Marmots and chamois wandering among bushes, rock walls, picturesque meadows and a winding trail – all set up against the rugged mountainous world of the Julian Alps.

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Triglav over Prag

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2-Day Tour, Vrata Valley to Krma Valley (pick-up in Kranjska Gora or Bled)

There’s certain allure of climbing Triglav, Slovenia’s highest mountain, over its grand Triglav North Face, a 3-km wide and 1-km high vertical face. The Prag Route, arguably the easiest route crossing the Triglav North Face, and as such appropriate for intermediate-and-up hikers (or beginners with a mountain guide), traverses the remarkable kingdom of the legendary Goldhorn, a white chamois with golden horns that had supposedly chased away everyone upon intruding into his territory. Expect high, hard and spectacular, as we climb over the Face on the first day, spend the night high up in the mountains either in the Kredarica Hut or Valentin Stanič Hut, ascend the peak of Triglav the next morning and then return along the easier route down to the Krma Valley, another beautiful valley beneath Slovenia’s highest mountain. Are you up to the challenge?

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Triglav Lakes Trek

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3-Day Tour, start from Bohinj (pick-up in Bled and Bohinj)

Join us on a traverse across a remarkable kingdom of high-mountain lakes underneath towering steep walls. Arguably the most beautiful Alpine valley in Slovenia, the Triglav Lakes Valley extends about eight kilometers from the 1,294-m elevation above Lake Bohinj to the 1,933-m elevation, not too far from Triglav itself. We spend three beautiful days in the dramatic Triglav Lakes Valley, eat the traditional mountain food, sleep in two different mountain huts, and then return back down on probably the most scenic trail back to the Bohinj area. A breathtaking trek for the adventurous!

 

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Špik

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1-Day Tour, start from Krnica Hut, pick-up in Kranjska Gora

Surely the wildest and most secluded part of the Triglav National Park, the Martuljek Mountain Group is mostly famous for its pointy peak Špik. Špik is also one of the few mountains in the group with marked trails. If the mountain shows its wild and vertical side to the north, the southern face is much more friendly. Although the trail is long yet not too demanding, those who tackle it are handsomely rewarded  with a  stunning panorama and that specific feeling of utter satisfaction that only the wildest mountains of the Julian Alps can give you.

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Jalovec over Kotovo Saddle

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1-Day Tour, start from Planica, pick-up in Kranjska Gora

The most photogenic mountain of the Julian Alps, imposing Jalovec, is one of the most talked about mountains in Slovenia. Climbing it is a true accomplishment, particularly in winter, and as such a thrilling climbing experience to put even the most experienced and adventure-seeking mountaineers to the test. Stunning panorama, starting as early as the trailhead in Planica, the unforgettable Alpine wild and steep slopes of the trophy mountain are the winning combination that will make you yearn for more.

Recommendable to extend the tour into 2 days due to its length.

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From Ojstrica to Logar Valley

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2-Day Tour, start from Planina Podvežak, pick-up from Logar Valley

Join us on this two-day tour in the beautiful Kamnik-Savinja Alps above the green Logar Valley and get a taste of the real mountains. On the first day, we pick you up in the Logar Valley and drive up to the trailhead at the Podvežak Plateau. From there we go off to explore Ojstrica and Planjava, the two last big peaks in the farthest east of the Slovenian Alps. If their steep north face above the Logar Valley offers serious climbing tours, the south side, that we take, shows a completely different, more friendly face. You can stop and freshen up on a high-Alpine meadow Korošica right on the way and then continue up on a nice panoramic trail to the top of both peaks. From there, we traverse to the enchanting green meadow Kamnik Saddle and spend the night in a comfortable mountain hut. On the second day, we explore another beautiful peak above the hut, Brana, soak up stunning views of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, and then descend back down to the Logar Valley with a stop by the plummeting Rinka Falls. The tour is suitable for mountaineering beginners with some degree of physical fitness, while it will absolutely fascinate experienced mountaineers as well.

 

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