Towering Mount Triglav is a symbol of Slovenian national pride and the site of some of the country's most stunning hikes. With this weeklong adventure, you'll climb through the Julian Alps and make your way to Triglav's three peaks staying in local mountain huts along the way. Start and end the adventure on the relaxing banks of Bohinj—arguably the prettiest lake in Slovenia—for swimming, boating, biking, and great restaurants.
Slovenia Trekking Tours & Itineraries
One of the most rewarding outdoor activities you can enjoy in Slovenia is trekking. After all, this country is famous for its Julian Alps, those snow-capped limestone monoliths that beckon hikers across the globe. If you want to focus on a single locale, hike up Mt. Triglav—Slovenia’s highest peak at 9,396 feet (2,864 meters)—and overnight in mountain huts along the way. Or combine your trekking with a cycling adventure that takes you from the Slovenian Alps to the fertile plains and turquoise rivers of the Soça Valley.
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Set off on an amazing trip covering the highlights of the Slovenian Alps. Partake in hiking and biking options as you venture from northwestern Slovenia with its rugged alpine landscape and crystal clear rivers to the fertile wine hills and coastal towns of the south.
Experience the best of Slovenia's Alpine region on this epic 13-day trip. Start with two nights in the resort town of Lake Bled and then begin five days of hiking through the Julian Alps. From here, take a self-guided drive through Soča River Valley, continuing to the Goriška Brda wine country, and ending in the romantic riverside capital of Ljubljana.
Cross Slovenia's Julian Alps on two wheels and your own two feet with this active weeklong itinerary. Starting in the romantic capital of Ljubljana, you'll make your way to Lake Bled to begin four days of trekking and biking through forested mountain scenery. Enjoy views of the national emblem Mount Triglav and its equally scenic neighbors before you descend back to the rushing blue-green river of the Soča Valley to end the adventure.
This self-guided hiking tour explores Slovenia's most beautiful scenery, from the capital to the Julian Alps, the coast, and the wine country. Trek through Slovenia's highest pass, wind your way through the Soča Valley, explore the hidden depths of the UNESCO-protected Škocjan Caves and more on this nine-day tour.