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Julian Alps – guided ski touring & snowshoeing tours (1 day)

This mountaineering adventure will take you to the most beautiful part of the Julian Alps. We will visit the area around Mt. Krn (2244 m) and the Krn lakes, the largest lake in the Julian Alps. The Julian Alps (Italian: Alpi Giulie) are the most extensive and highest mountain group in Slovenia. They are in the southern-eastern part of the Alps and are part of the Southern Limestone Alps. They cover an area of about 4400 km² (mostly in Slovenia, smaller part of them are also in Italy). The Alps lie in the area between the Sava Valley and the Kanalska Valley.

Much of the July Alps are covered by the Triglav National Park (TNP), which is the only national park in Slovenia. It measures 83,982 hectares . TNP lies in the area of northwestern Slovenia.

The nature in the park is really beautiful and mostly unspoiled. The park boasts beautiful rivers, valleys, plateaus and peaks in excess of 2000 m. With its 2864 m, Triglav is the highest mountain in the entire mountain range of the TNP, the Julian Alps and Slovenia.

Which snow route we will choose, depends on snow conditions and physical and mental preparation of the participants.

Dates: From December until the end of the winter season.

Time of walking: daily around 4 – 5 h

Difficulty: Easy, moderate

PRICE FOR 1 DAY TOUR 1 person – 190 EUR / 2 persons – 95 EUR per person / 3 – 4 persons – 70 EUR per person / 5 – 8 persons – 60 EUR per person

Price includes: Guiding fee, rental of personal technical equipment ( Hiking poles, climbing belt, helmet, snowshoes, etc. )

The price does not include: Transportation from your hotel to the meeting place and back to your hotel is not included in the price and must be paid in cash upon arrival (10 – 60 EUR per person). Half-board accommodation in the mountain hut or hotel for guide and clients are not included in the price.


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