Dates :

30/06/2017 - 30/09/2017

Area: Julian Alps, Slovenia


Fitness level      

Technical level

(see Grading of tours and self assess your level)


Suitable for very experienced adventurers.


In the realm of the Julian Alps and Triglav the highest point in Slovenia, awaits you!  

Planned tours:

  • Prisojnik (2350m)
  • Razor (2251m) 
  • Bavski Grintavec
  • Triglav (2433m)
  • Prehodavci (2,071m)

Do you want to experience eight days of adventures in Slovenia’s Julian Alps? Do you want to climb Triglav, the nation’s highest summit?

You’ll enjoy the beautiful trails in the heart of the Julian Alps, from the valley of Tamar in the north to Lake Bohinj in the south. The Julian Alps Haute Route Trek is one of the greatest mountain trails in the Julian Alps.


Day 1: Flight to Ljubljana Airport and transport to the village of Gozd Martuljek

Day 2: Gozd Martuljek - Tamar Valley - Slemenova Špica - Vršič Pass

Day 3: Vršič Pass - Prisojnik - Razor - Kriški podi

Day 4: Kriški podi - Bovški Gamsovec - Luknja Pass - Triglav - Planika Hut

Day 5: Planika Hut - Prehodavci - Dvojno Jezero Lake

Day 6: Triglav Lakes Valley – Komna

Day 7: Komna – Bohinj (Lake Bohinj)

Day 8: Bohinj - Ljubljana - Klagenfurt or Zagreb Airport. Departure.


EUR 800/client

8 clients/mountain guide 

The price includes:




EUR 1490/client

4 clients/mountain guide

 The price includes:



equipment rental

8-week training plan

coaching (8 Skype calls)

Not included in the price:

lunches, dinners

extra beverages



equipment rental

airline ticket


entrance fees 

 Not included in the price:

lunch, dinners

extra beverages



airline ticket


entrance fees 

Equipment (rental can be arranged)



The basic equipment

  • Sun glasses
  • Sun cream and lipstick
  • Water bottle or thermo bottle
  • Toilletris
  • Headlamp with spare battery
  • Hiking socks
  • Pocket knife
  • ID and Alpine Club membership
  • Money
  • Silk sleeping bag
  • Band aid
  • Camera
  • Map
  • Backpack 30-40 l


  • A Suitable all weather pants
  • A Suitable all weather jacket
  • Warm and comfotable functional clothing
  • Thermal underwear short/long
  • Spare underwear
  • Hiking socks
  • Cap/headband
  • Gloves
  • Sun cap

Technical equipment for alpine and summit tours

  • Trekking or mountaineering boots
  • Harness with HMS carabiner (we give)
  • Mountaineering boots that can take the crampons
  • Ice axe
  • Extry ice axe for steeper ice
  • Gaiters
  • Climbing helmet

Food and drinks are available in the mountain huts. During the climb you’ll carry your own provisions in your backpack. Make sure that you have enough food (snacks, energy bars, nuts etc.) and drink.

We chose this tour in order to ascent Toubkal (4167 m). The weather was beautiful, our mountain guides great, we recommend it!
— Thomas Dobnikar

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What happens after you book:

  • We will contact you and discuss the route, equipment and any special needs of your group.
  • We will tailor trip plan to fitness level of your group. 
  • We will send you our standard contract and payment instructions (credit card, PayPal, cheques, wire transfer).
  • 2 months before the agreed date, we will let you know how to prepare for the track.
  • 2 weeks before the agreed date, we will let you know about weather conditions and how to prepare for the travel to destination.

For any questions, 

contact your guide Danilo Tič directly:

at +386 31 506 931 or

Expertise - Safety

Our courses, trekkings and expeditions have been tried, tested, altered and perfected over decades. We, IFMGA mountain guides,  have gained experience in the Alps, Yosemite, on expeditions in the Andes, the Himalayas and the Karakorum. Our knowledge and experience have been transferred to all spheres of  our organization, from the first call to safe return home.

We are focusing on smaller groups of clients as we provide higher level of individual assistance. A very important part of our activity is to advise our clients on how to get a proper fitness condition and how to choose correct quality equipment for their safety. By doing so, we ensure the highest possible safety and comfort for our clients.

We put a lot of attention to making reliable relationships with local partners (Sherpas, porters) and we treat them as members of our Alpguide family. We always asses risks and follow safety procedures that ensure safety of our clients, partners and guides.