Mt. Triglav Climb (2864m)
Mt. Triglav is Slovenia's highest mountain and an important national symbol, depicted on the Slovenian national flag. The Mt. Triglav Climb includes a two-day ascent to the top of Triglav and an overnight stay at an Alpine hut.
Your trek - one of the hard ones - will begin in the Krma valley, and continue until late afternoon. Early next day, following a night spent at the Kredarica Alpine hut, it will take you to the top of Triglav and, late in the afternoon, back down again.
Price includes return transport from Ljubljana, guided climb to Triglav, all required gear, bottled water.
15 June - 31 October 2017: daily at 7:00
Two days including 6 hours of walking per day on average
Number of participants
The excursion is limited to two to twelve people.
The departure point is to be arranged on booking.
Graded as hard, this excursion is not suitable for people inexperienced in trekking.