2 days
June to September

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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. The tour includes licensed walking guide, all equipment for climb and return transfer from Bled. Not included: accommodation in the mountain hut, food and drinks (cca. 50 €). Max. number of persons per guide: 2.

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 this trip provides an ideal opportunity to summit the country’s highest peak and embrace an emerging region before it becomes a prime destination.

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

PRICE 250 EUR per person
DURATION 2 days / min 6-8 hours of hiking per day
LEVEL difficult tour, demanding secured trail. Prior hiking experiences are welcome.
AGE LIMIT adults only
rental of via ferrata equipment (helmet, harness, self-belaying device)
english speaking walking guide
hotel pick-up and drop-off
accommodation in the mountain hut, food and drinks
personal expenses
tips and gratuities
optional activity costs



Day 1

We start with a short vehicle transfer from Bled to Krma Valley where we begin our trek in a steep sided valley walking along a forest trail which takes us to Kredarica hut (2515m) where after a short break recovering from our exertions we ascend the ridge making our way via Mali Triglav onto Triglav summit (2684m) and then descend back to our overnight stop at the Kredarica hut. Duration: 8-10 hours.

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. Duration: 7 hours