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Triglav Tours

Guided hiking tours up Slovenia’s highest mountain
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triglav kredarica sunrise
From: 349€/person
2 days
Jun - Oct
An unforgettable mount Triglav guided hike to the top of Slovenia’s highest mountain.
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Final push to Mt. Triglav
From: 249€/person
12-14 hours
Jun - Oct
Challenge yourself to the max and climb Triglav in one day on this guided tour.
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Planika lodge view 2
The heart of Julian Alps 1
From: 495€/person
3 days
Jun - Sep
Climb Mount Triglav and visit the Valley of 7 Lakes in a 3-day guided hut-to-hut hiking expedition.
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Sunrise on top of Triglav in winter
From: 425€/person
2 days
Dec - Apr
An incredible wintertime ascent to the summit of Slovenia’s most iconic mountain.
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The north face of Triglav
From: 449€/person
5-8h (climbing)
Jun - Sep
Scale the gigantic North Face of Triglav up the legendary ‘Slovene’ climbing route.
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From: 449€/person
4-7h (climbing)
Dec - Apr
Conquer Triglav’s North Face by scaling its world-famous Wall in the chill of winter.
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The valley of 7 lakes
Alpine lake
Hikers starting their way to Viševnik
From: 149€/person
6-9 hours
Apr - Oct
Enjoy this seven lakes valley hike and explore Slovenia’s largest nature preserve.
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View of Triglav from Viševnik 1
From: 129€/person
4-5 hours
Apr - Oct
Hike to Mt. Viševnik, a fantastic introduction to high mountain climbing with spectacular Triglav views and a 360° panorama.
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zasavska koča at prehodavci
vodnikova koča at velo polje
From: 425€/person
3 days
Jun - Sep
Explore the mesmerising beauty of the Slovenian mountain one mountain hut at a time.
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From: 149€/person
4-5 hours
Nov - Apr
Experience a winter wonderland from the top of Mt. Triglav’s majestic neighbour.
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Per request
Jan - Dec
Set out on a personalized adventure up the remote trails of Slovenia’s striking Alps.
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Ski touring below Kredarica
Kredarica and Triglav in winter
Ski touring in Julian Alps
From: 245€/person
Dec - Apr
Set off one of the best one-day ski tours in Slovenia and experience the joy of moving through the winter fairy-tale on the doorstep of Mt. Triglav.
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Ski touring in Triglav national park
Kredarica and Triglav in winter
Snowboarding from Sija to Zadnji Vogel
Untouched terrains on Komna Plateau
From: 595€/person
3-4 days
Jan - Mar
Experience the diverse winter landscape of the Julian Alps by heading out on the best ski tour in Slovenia, traversing through the heart of the Triglav National Park.
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Triglav National Park

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 pastimesbut 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.

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Triglav mountain

Standing the test of time proudly at 2864 metres, Triglav is the highest mountain in Slovenia and the Julian Alps. The literal translation of its name means the “three-headed”, although all three peaks can only be seen from the southeast. Triglav is more than a mountain, it’s the symbol of Slovenia. Depicted on the country’s flag and coat of arms, every true Slovene has to climb Triglav at least once in their lifetime. Or so the saying goes.

Ever since it was first conquered in 1778, ascending to the top of this beast of a mountain has only grown in popularity, with now over 80,000 hikers reaching the summit each year. The peak’s famous landmark, Aljaž Tower, a small iron storm shelter and triangulation point, was commissioned by priest, mountaineer and patriot Jakob Aljaž in 1895. Today, the tower is another addition to Triglav’s incredible significance to our country and the steadfast reminder to anyone who reaches the top: “You now stand on the very roof of Slovenia. Embrace it!”

Expert Local Guides

Our professional guides know the local terrain and are trained to make this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity both safe and enjoyable.

Equipment Rental

We can provide all the special gear you need, like helmets, harnesses, and more.


We handle route planning, accommodations, transfers, and anything else you prefer not to deal with, so you can enjoy a carefree hike.

Trusted by Many

We are a financially protected company operating since 2014, and with thousands of satisfied customers in the past, we still put you first.

Things to know

Although Triglav is not the most difficult mountain to climb in Slovenia, it still requires a certain level of experience.

Climbing Triglav without the experience (or someone who has it) with moving in exposed and steep terrain, route-finding, and knowing the local weather conditions can lead to dangerous consequences — getting lost, seriously injuring oneself, or in the worst case, death. What’s 100% sure is that your hike won’t be half as enjoyable as it could have been.

A professional local guide has all the necessary experience and knowledge to make your hike safer and therefore, more enjoyable. They can also enhance the climbing experience with interesting stories and tips, making sure climbing Triglav is a fond memory.

Triglav is amongst the most popular mountains in Slovenia. It has a great symbolic value for us and the saying goes that you are not a true Slovenian until you stand on its summit. Therefore, you can expect a lot of people on the mountain in the high season (July-September), especially on weekends. On week-days, however, it is much more peaceful. Luckily, our guides have some tricks up their sleeves when it comes to avoiding the crowds. Hint: they know exactly when and where to go.

Thousands of people climb Mt.Triglav every year. Some come better prepared than others, who underestimate the climb, which can lead to accidents. But with the right approach, knowing the weather conditions (especially the possibility of thunderstorms and snowfall), with the proper safety equipment and an experienced guide, you can minimize the objective dangers and feel completely safe.

Mountain huts in the Slovenian mountains are very cosy and authentic, but provide only basic comfort. Don’t expect too much luxury. Early bookings are usually rewarded with a room but if all rooms are full there are dormitories. There is no shower and the lavatories are basic. There is running water but it is not drinkable. The food is tasty and local but the menu is limited to a few dishes and drinks.

The earlier the better. The highest season, from July to September, it is not unusual for huts to be fully booked for months ahead. Weekdays are better but we still suggest bookings at least a month in advance. Last-minute bookings are very dependable on the weather – if the forecast is not a perfect bluebird, then some spots usually become available a few days before.

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