Visiting Triglav National Park

Visiting Triglav National Park

Visiting Triglav National Park

Visiting Triglav National Park

Visiting Triglav National Park

Embark on an Unforgettable Journey: Visiting Triglav National Park

Nestled in the heart of the Slovenian Alps lies a true natural wonder—Triglav National Park. Spanning over 800 square kilometres of pristine wilderness, this enchanting park is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Whether you’re seeking adventure, tranquillity, or simply a chance to reconnect with the great outdoors, National Park offers something for everyone all year round.

Why Visit Triglav National Park?

Triglav National Park beckons with its unparalleled beauty and rich biodiversity. Here, amidst towering peaks, verdant valleys, and crystal-clear lakes, visitors can immerse themselves in some of Europe’s most stunning landscapes. From epic mountain hikes to tranquil forest walks, the park offers endless opportunities for exploration and discovery.

But it’s not just about the scenery—National Park is also a place of cultural significance, steeped in history and tradition. Home to quaint alpine villages, ancient churches, and rustic mountain huts, the park offers a glimpse into Slovenia’s rich cultural heritage and way of life.

What to See in Triglav National Park?

A visit to Triglav National Park would only be complete with exploring its iconic landmarks and natural wonders. Marvel at the breathtaking beauty of Lake Bohinj, the largest permanent lake in Slovenia, nestled amidst the towering peaks of the Julian Alps. Discover the majestic Savica Waterfall, where the waters of the Savica River plunge 60 meters into a rocky gorge below.

A drive along the scenic road through the Vršič Mountain Pass is a must for those seeking adventure. As one of the highest mountain passes in the Eastern Alps, the road offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, making it a favourite among photographers and thrill-seekers alike.

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How to get to Vršič mountain pass – Reserve your stay in the mountain hut

Any Time of the Year

Triglav National Park is a destination for all seasons, each offering its own unique charm and allure. The park bursts to life in the spring and summer months with vibrant wildflowers, lush greenery, and abundant wildlife. Hiking, cycling, and kayaking are popular activities during this time, allowing visitors to explore the park’s trails and waterways to their heart’s content.

As the seasons change and winter descends upon the park, a blanket of snow transforms the landscape into a winter wonderland. Skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing become the activities of choice, offering a thrilling way to experience the park’s snow-covered slopes and forests.

Erjavčeva's mountain hut @ Vršič pass

Reserve your stay at Erjavčeva mountain hut and live and travel like a local

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Whether you’re drawn to its natural beauty, cultural heritage, or endless opportunities for outdoor adventure, National Park is a destination that will capture your heart and leave you longing to return. So, pack your bags, hit the road, and prepare for an unforgettable journey through the heart of Slovenia’s wilderness.

Accommodation in a mountain hut

Trips and Hikes around the hut

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Erjavceva mountain hut at Vrsic pass in summer

Erjavčeva mountain hut is open the whole year. Reserve your stay and spend some time in the natural paradise of Triglav National Park (UNESCO) near Kranjska Gora on Vršič mountain pass in the heart of Triglav National Park.

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