Trekking in Slovenia – Triglav
Price: £595 per person
Length: 5 days trip with 5 days of walking
A week of trekking in the beautiful Julian Alps of Slovenia, taking in summits and high passes to enjoy these beautiful limestone mountains at the end of summer.
The Julian Alps, Slovenia
The Julian Alps have been described as one of the most magnificent mountain destinations of Europe. The jewel in its crown is Triglav, at 2864m it is the highest mountain in the range and is surrounded by tall pine forests, steep hillsides, cobalt lakes and slender limestone ridges. Slovenia shares its borders with Austria and Italy and it enjoys many of their alpine charcteristics, sun drenched landscapes, ceramic topped villas and open air pizza ovens and of course stunningly dramatic mountains. It is very accesible from the UK with flights from £95 and just a 30 minute transfer from Ljubljana airport.
Who is the course suitable for?
This course is suitable for any one who is a fit walker and happy with multi day trekking . You need to have a good head for heights and a sense of adventure.
The aim of the week is to enjoy the mountains of Slovenia whist taking in some of the best trekking routes that the weather and conditions allow. We normally include a night in a mountain hut. The huts are basic and will invove sleeping in dormitory accommodation and eating a set menu but the staff are friendly and the views stunning.
We will choose routes that do not require technical skills and are suitable for fit and competent walkers. This will include some summits that provide stunning views of the Julian Alps and some high level routes that weave their way through the high passes and ridges that the region is famous for. The exact program will depend on the weather and conditions and we have visited the area enough to be flexible and tailor the trip to suit what we are given.
We visit the Julian Alps each September, this is a beautiful time of year as it gives quieter mountains than July and August, cooler temperatures for trekking and normally beautiful stable sunny weather.
Flights: You need to fly to Ljubljana. I will let you know which flights to book when you book the trip. In 2014 the flights were £125 return with Easyjet.
What is included in the course cost?
The course fee includes leadership and logisitical organisation.
You will need to pay for your own flights and transfers. I will recommend a selection of accommodation for the valley to suit your budget. Hut fees are generally 50 Euros per person per night for dinner, bed and breakfast. Nights in the valley will be from 45 to 95 Euros per person for bed and breakfast – you can choose to suit your requirements. You will also need to pay for your own insurance and other meals during the trip.
If you have any questions that you can’t find answers to on the website visit our contact page for details on how to get in touch. We look forward to meeting you!
To view photos from previous trips visit our Flickr Gallery.
Book this Course
To book this course please choose a date from the diary page and then click on the button below to complete our booking form and make payment via Paypal. We require full payment to secure your course space.
Rob – What’s few days of bad weather when you’re having such a terrific time in the Julian Alps? Nothing at all; in fact it merely added to the challenges and intensity of the pleasure your Slovenian party of Sandy, Al, Rich, Steve, Ian and I so much enjoyed last week. The rugged and majestic limestone peaks together with the woodland ‘walk-ins’ provided some of the most beautiful scenery I have trekked through in the European Alps. The highlight was our ‘big day’ on the via ferrata climb up to ‘the window’ on Prisank……one of the truly epic days of my time in the mountains. Your watchful eye and encouragement appreciated. Our base in Kranjska Gora was ideal with excellent accommodation and a selection of restaurants to suit all tastes. A great crowd of guys, led by, and guided to, perfection by you and Sandy. No better way to spend a week; thank you. – Bob – September 2017