With its 2864 metres, Triglav is the highest peak of the Julian Alps and a symbol of Slovenia. It is featured even in the country’s coat of arms and on the national flag ... More info ›
With its 2864 metres, Triglav is the highest peak of the Julian Alps and a symbol of Slovenia. It is featured even in the country’s coat of arms and on the national flag. There are many paths that lead to its peak and they have various levels of difficulty and require a different amount of time to walk. The easiest way to the top is definitely the Krma valley and past the Triglav Lodge at Kredarica. Two experienced mountaineers, Marija and Andrej Štremfelj, who is the first couple to climb the Mount Everest, will be accompanying you and they will make sure that you will safely reach the peak of the highest Slovenian mountain. You will enjoy breathtaking views on your way and the feeling of victory when you will be standing on the top will be something to remember for a long time to come. It is advisable to climb the Triglav Mountain in two days.
Triglav, Slovenian highest mountain, is a must do for every Slovenian and also for most foreign mountaineers who’s visiting Slovenia. There are three Alpine valleys leading towards Triglav from Mojstrana. Krma is the southeast of them and for most of people, that climb Triglav regularly that is the easiest ascent. This route is usually used also on winter ascents. Normally the tour takes two days. The last part from Kredarica to the summit is exposed but well protected wia ferrata.
Duration: 2 days.
• Kranj – Krma (by car): 50 minutes
• Krma – Kredarica: 4 – 5 hours
• Kredarica – Triglav – Kredarica: 3 hours
• Kredarica – Krma: 4 hours
• Krma – Kranj (by car): 50 minutes
Included in the price: organization, mountain guiding, transport.
Hiking equipment is needed (high-heeled rubber boots - Vibram). Required additional equipment: climbing belt and helmet (possibility of renting for 10 € per person).