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Climbing mt. Triglav in 2 days

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Climbing mt. Triglav from Krma valley, with an overnight stay in the mountain hut

Mount Triglav is in the Julian Alps and is the highest mountain in Slovenia. It is extremely popular with Slovenes and visitors alike. It justifies its hype with fantastic cliff faces and an exciting route to the peak as well as being the centre of this impressive National Park. Contrasting with deep valleys this dramatic mountain is a real beauty. It is an object of immense national pride, even appearing on the Slovenian national flag. If you have never been to Slovenia climbing Mt. Triglav in 2 days provides an ideal opportunity to summit the country’s highest peak and embrace an emerging region before it becomes a prime destination. Join our shared groups on a special offer which is available every Sunday and every Wednesday.

 

The tour includes licensed mountain guide, all equipment for climb and return transfer from Bled.  Max. number of persons per guide: 4. You do not need any previous experience but be aware the climb is demanding. It is recommended that you are physically fit enough to be able to walk approximately 8 hours per day and overcoming a large altitude difference. If you are in doubt this tour is for you please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Triglav National Park covers almost the entire Slovenian part of the Julian Alps. It is a typical Alpine park with Slovenia’s highest mountains. The Triglav National Park, named after Mount Triglav, the highest mountain and national symbol of Slovenia, is the only national park in Slovenia. Its protection started in 1924 when the first protected was established as the Alpine Conservation Park in the Triglav Lakes Valley. The biodiversity is among the highest in the Alps due to the geological composition of the soil and the mixing of the impacts of the climate between the Alps and the Mediterranean. There is the European watershed in the park running between the Adriatic and the Black Sea.

Itinerary:

Day 1

We start normally at 6.00 o'clock in the morning with a short vehicle transfer from Bled to Krma Valley (50 minutes) where we begin our trek in a steep sided valley walking along a forest trail which takes us to Kredarica hut (2515m). There we make a short break recovering from our exertions and then ascend to the ridge making our way via Mali Triglav onto Triglav summit (2684m). From the last hut to the top you can expect 1,5 hour long via ferrata - the most difficult section when climbing Triglav. Upper part of the climg has many exposed sections and there is often slipery. Climbing this section you realize booking a tour with the mountain guide with rope, helmet and via ferrata set you are attached on was really a great decision:) On the summit of Mount Triglav stands Aljaž tower, a storm shelter and a triangulation point. In good weather conditions you will get the chance to enjoy one of the most spectacular views in Slovenia. After the mandatory photo shoot at the top we start with descend back to our overnight stop at the Kredarica hut. (Duration: approx. 8 hours of walking without rests in total, +1.955m / - 350m altitude meters).

Day 2

Setting out from the Kredarica hut we enjoy spectacular views towards the western Julian Alps as we make our way via Krma Valley again where our van is parked. Duration: approx. 6 hours of walking without rests, -1.600 altitude meters. Transfer back to Bled and end of the trip.

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Duration
2 Days
Available until
October 17, 2020

INCLUDED IN PRICE

rental of via ferrata equipment (helmet, harness, self-belaying device)

english speaking mountain guide

hotel pick-up and drop-off from Bled to valley Krma and back

NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE

accommodation in the mountain hut,

food and drinks (prepare 60 - 80 € in cash)

personal expenses tips and gratuities

optional activity costs

Please note:

- you don't have to carry your own via ferrata equipment

- due to the nature of this tour last-minute changes are a possibility and are left up to the discretion of the guide.

Equipment needed for the tour:

Documents Valid passport or ID card

Money

Insurance certificate

Alpine Club Membership Card (if you are a member)

Clothing:

Functional sports underwear

T-Shirts

Hat or cap

Jacket (Windstopper)

Shorts

Hiking socks

Raincover

Warm clothing

Hiking shoes (at least trail running shoes or better hiking shoes/boots with a good grip )

Backpack 20 – 30 liter

Hiking poles (if used before)

Hand gloves(in the mountains it can snow even in summer )

Personal Equipment:

Medicine prescribed by your doctor (in case of health issues, please consult with a guide)

Small backpack pharmacy (first aid)

Towel Toiletry (including toilet paper)

Water bottle(1,5 litres per person)

Food (sandwiches, chocolates, dried fruit, apple, energy bars, …)

Handkerchiefs

Mobile phone and charger

Sunglasses

Hat and sun cream (high factor)

Headlamp

Keep in mind that lighter the backpack will be, easier and more enjoyable your hike or biking tour will be. Please do not exaggerate.

Pick up point: Feel Green Travel offer a courtesy morning pick up service and can collect you from or near to your hotel in Bled. Tour will be operated as a guaranteed Small Group Tour with a maximum of 8 guests.

Public transport

You will not need a public transport

Getting there

We will pick you up on arranged destination

Parking

No parking required

Coordinates

Geographic
46.377412, 13.836462
UTM
33T 410519 5136639
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Feel Green Travel

Zgornje Jezersko 28a
4206 Zgornje Jezersko
Phone 00386 31 203 930 Fax /
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