Named after our highest mountain, Triglav National Park is the only one of its kind in Slovenia and one of the oldest in Europe. Its 840 km2 translates to 4% of Slovenia’s territory and a huge portion of the country’s Julian Alps. Established in 1981, the park’s beautiful mountainous landscape with its sharp ridges, high karst plateaus, glacier-made valleys, deep ravines and crystal-clear waters is over 200 million years old and home to over 7,000 animal species and 1,600 types of plants.
Characterised by pristine waters and forests, towering mountains, scenic valleys and rich cultural heritage, Triglav National Park is a wonderland of outdoor activities and places to see. The park offers a multitude of pastimes, but hiking in Triglav National Park is undoubtedly the favourite among its visitors. The extremely broad network of trails, including those that lead up Mt. Triglav itself, is simply begging to be explored and reveal its milliards of natural treasures.
Read more about the Triglav National Park>