It’s the connection we have with nature and mountains, wandering steps into the unknown, carpets of colourful flowers along the trail, drifting clouds over towering peaks, and huge expanses to rest your gaze upon. It’s a way of life, and something all outdoor loving parents would wish to pass onto their children; but the question is: are your children ready to endure some mountain climbing? If you’re dreaming about conquering Triglav, the highest mountain of Slovenia with your child… you should know that you’re not alone and that there are many ways to climb it safely.
Climbing Triglav with kids: possible or better to skip it?
ON August 29, 2020 BY Neja
IN Adventure , Alps , Hiking blog , Julian Alps , safety , Triglav
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Exploring Slovenia is at Matkov Kot in Matkov Škaf.
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Matkov škaf, a formation of snow and ice that occurs every year. Apparently the snow avalanches falling down from Mt. Mrzla Gora pile up during the winter months, and then as it gets warmer a waterfall forms instead, falling onto the pilled up snow, and creating a deep hole. That can serve as a nice playground for climbers 🙌😎Photo by 📸 @sasa.podpecan ...
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