Adventure Queens Mt Triglav Slovenia Trek
- Join the amazing women’s adventure community on the Adventure Queens Mt Triglav Trek
- Trek to the summit of Slovenia`s highest mountain – Triglav at 2,864m
- Perfect introduction to Via Ferrata and alpine scrambling
- Enjoy the incredible atmosphere and views as you stay in a Slovenian mountain hut
- Opportunity to celebrate your post-trek achievements at the picturesque Lake Bled
- Great way to spend your weekend as part of the Adventure Queen team
- Registration fee: £95 per person payable at the time of booking
- Final balance: £295 per person payable 4 weeks prior to departure
This fantastic bank holiday weekend adventure takes you on a stunning journey across the Julian Alps of Slovenia to the summit of Mt Triglav at 2,864 metres. Straddling Italy and Slovenia the beautiful Julian Alps offers some of the most impressive mountain scenery in Europe. Triglav National Park is home to alpine pastures, pine forests, clear streams, crystal lakes, traditional mountain huts and a rich variety of jaw-dropping trails.
The climb to the summit of Triglav is outstanding and excitingly airy as your route follows a breath-taking trail which offers some brilliant scrambling and sections of via ferrata as you near the summit. No previous via ferrata experience is necessary as instructions, support and equipment will be provided. On reaching the summit you will be rewarded with jaw-dropping panoramic views spanning across the Julian Alps, Karavanke Mountains, Kamnik Alps and as far as neighbouring Austria, Italy and Croatia.
Be part of this wonderful community of adventurous women and tackle Mt Triglav Slovenia on this Adventure Queens trek. Plus it’s a great opportunity to further explore this adventurers paradise with stunning gorges and caves, sparkling emerald-green lakes and rivers and picturesque coastline along the Adriatic Sea by bike, raft, kayak, gorge walking or hiking. Or you can decamp and spend a day or two exploring or relaxing around the well renowned Lake Bled or Lake Bohinj and sampling Bled’s famous Slovenian Cream Cake. With more than half of its total surface still covered in forest, Slovenia does more than simply claim it’s ‘green’, it really is one of the greenest countries on earth.
– Qualified IFMGA English speaking mountain guide.
– Adventurous Ewe guide
– Via Ferrata section, additional IFMGA guides provided for teams of 3 – 4 trekkers
– 2 nights accommodation – one night in a hostel and one night in a traditional mountain hut (dormitory style rooms in both). Upgrades available upon request and at an additional cost
– Breakfast in the hostel
– All road transfers in Slovenia
– Via ferrata equipment, training and support
– Flights. Easyjet flights available from UK to Ljubljana. Preferred flight times and transfer information provided when you book
– Personal Travel Insurance (essential)
– Drinks with meals and alcoholic drinks
– Lunches and snacks
– Meals, allow €20 per day (this is to allow you the flexibility to order what you want)
– Tips (optional)
The weather during the Spring/Autumn months is generally sunny days and cold nights. However, conditions can change very quickly in the mountains. What can start out as a good day can soon become very poor. It is very important to be well equipped and prepared for all conditions. However the scenery is simply stunning, the beech and larch woods cloaked in the golden hues of Spring/Autumn. The mountains should be free of snow and the summit should be accessible, however, be snow can fall in the mountains at any time of the year and lie for several days.
Trekking in the mountains can be precarious and although we take important steps to manage and minimise this risk, we can never eradicate it altogether. Your Mountain Guide reserves the right to change the itinerary at any time should the conditions require it. This may be for a variety of reasons – climatic, political, physical or other. In these circumstances we will make the best alternative arrangements possible that maintain the integrity of the original itinerary.
All our guides IGMFA qualified and first aid trained and carry fully equipped medical kits for serious medical emergencies. There are no compulsory vaccinations for Slovenia but we recommend you consult your GP before departure. A good level of fitness is required for this trek.
This trek does not involve any significant ascent to altitude and we would not expect any altitude issues with this trek.
The first night will see you staying in a hostel near Lake Bled. Accommodation is in dormitory style rooms with a shared bathroom. Private rooms are available on request for an additional cost, as is an upgrade to stay in the 3-Star Hotel. Please enquire at the time of booking if you wish to opt for these upgrades.
Whilst on the trek you will be staying in a comfortable mountain hut in dormitory style rooms (4+) with bedding provided. The huts have basic toilet facilities and running water however shower facilities are not provided. These huts range in size but are all staffed and catered.
Passport & Visa
All nationalities require a full passport that must be valid for 6 months beyond the intended length of stay. It is your responsibility to have the correct personal documents and to obtain your own visa, if one is necessary. The information is primarily for UK passport holders, and other nationalities should check with their relevant embassies.
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It is a condition of joining this trip that you are insured against medical and personal accident. It is compulsory to supply Adventurous Ewe with documentary evidence of your travel insurance prior to departure. Unusually for the Alps, mountain rescue is free in Slovenia unless you are shown to have been ill-prepared or unduly negligent, in which case charges can be extremely high. Mountain rescue teams are very well organised. There is a network of 17 bases around Slovenia, and a helicopter with an experienced team on board is on duty every weekend from June to September.
The Adventure Queens group will be accompanied by a Local Mountain Guide who holds the IFMGA carnet and a dedicated Adventurous Ewe Guide. Your Local Mountain Guide will hold the IFMGA carnet, the highest qualification in the world for leading people in the mountains, be it skiing, climbing or mountaineering. In short, Mountain Guides are recognised internationally as mountaineering experts and your safety is paramount. All our Local Mountain Guides are carefully selected to ensure you have the best experience on your traverse and summit climb with a bit of humour thrown in for good measure.
During the Via Ferrata section additional IFMGA Local Mountain Guides will join the group as you will be split into teams of 3 – 4 people for this section.
Trekking experience and level of difficulty
To complete this trek comfortably, it is preferable that you have previous trekking experience in varied and irregular terrain carrying a 35 litre day-pack. You must be a confident walker with a good level of fitness and head from heights in order to manage sections of the trek. There are some sections of scrambling however you will be well supported during the trek.
During the trek you will be required to carry your own kit including packed lunches & snacks, drinking water, wet weather gear, additional warm layers and personal items such medication and toiletries.
The walking hours stated are given as approximates only. Timings include lunch and photo stops though will vary depending on the pace of your group and weather conditions.
Previous experience of using Via Feratta is not required as full instructions and support will be provided by your guides.
How to Book your Trip
Simply sign up online by either creating a personalised account for new comers or logging into your existing account if you have traveled with Adventurous Ewe before. You will need to pay a non-refundable registration fee of £95 per person at the time of booking. The remaining balance of £285 per person is required to be paid no less than 4 weeks prior to departure which is also when you need to have completed any outstanding registration details such as travel insurance documentation, dietary requirements, medical information, etc.
Please note, you can opt to pay the registration fee only at the end of the booking process.