3 reasons to go to Triglav in one day with us:
- A great cardiovascular activity combined with majestic mountain views
- Testing and exceeding your body and mind limits
- Enjoying the Via Ferrata climb with our IFMGA licensed guide
What to expect?
You will meet your mountain guide very early in the morning in Bled, from where you will drive to the Krma valley. After about 45 minutes of driving, you will start a 5-7 hour hike towards the Kredarica hut. If the weather is good, you will be able to enjoy an amazing view of the sunrise along the way.
Reaching the hut called Triglavski dom na Kredarici, you will have a short pause for some snacks and drinks. Your guide will explain how to put on and use the Via Ferrata equipment that you will need to safely climb the last part of Triglav. Upon leaving the hut, you will start a 2-hour climb to the top, where you get to enjoy the amazing views of the Julian Alps. If the sky is clear, you will even be able to see the Adriatic Sea.
After reaching the summit, you will start a 6-8 hour-long descent back to the Krma valley. The guide will then drive you back to Bled, where you started your tour.
Important information about climbing Triglav in 1 day tour
What is included in the price of Climbing Triglav in 1-day tour?
✔️English speaking, highly quality mountain guide
✔️Equipment such as helmet, harness and via ferrata
✔️Transport from Bled to the Krma valley and back
✔️Full support 24/7
What is NOT included in the price?
× Food and drinks in the hut
× Travel and health insurance
What is good to know before climbing Triglav mountain?
⇒ The climb is very demanding, so it is recommended that you are physically fit enough to be able to walk approximately 12-14 hours in a row.
⇒ If you are in doubt, feel free to consult with our guides. They will be more than happy to advise you whether the tour is right for you or not.
⇒ The activity is not recommended for people with heart issues and pregnant women.
Things we recommend taking with you on the tour:
- Sunglasses and sunscreen, Bandana, Backpack (25l), Toothbrush & paste, 80 € in cash for the hut and food, Phone, Headlamp, Toilet paper, ID card, Hiking poles,
- Underwear & socks, Down jacket (depends on weather), Hiking boots, Wicking shirt, Insulated jacket, Rain jacket, Long pants, Sports bra ( for wms), Baselayer, Warm layer, Gloves (depends on weather),
FOOD & DRINK
- Snacks, Sandwiches, Energy bars, Protein bars, Dark chocolate, Apple, Isotonic, 1,5l of water,
Am I fit enough to do the climb to Triglav in one day?
To hike Triglav in one day is reccommended to have some previous mountaineering experiences. There is at least 12 hours of walk-in one day and 1934 m of altitude difference to conquer.
How fast do I have to climb if I go in 1 day to Triglav?
Approximately you will need to make 2 km per hour.
What if I get too tired on the way up to Triglav?
If you will feel to tired you can slow down tempo or you can turn back, for which we don’t give refunds.
How heavy should the backpack be when climbing Triglav?
Make sure to pack as light as possible, you don’t want to carry extra weight on the top of Triglav.
The good rule of thumb is 10-20% of your body mass.
Do I need to have any prior experiences for Triglav climb?
You don’t need to be a good climber, but you need to be able to walk for 12-14 h up and downhill in one day.
Is transport included in the price?
Yes, transport from Bled area (10 km) to starting point and back is included in price.
Are there any extra costs with Triglav in one day tour?
You can take money for the hut where you can buy yourself drink or luncah in the mountain cabine.
What happens if I go to slow for 1 day Triglav climb?
In some cases we have option to book a hut, if not we have to return to the valley.
Can I take trekking poles?
Yes trekking poles are highly recommended and useful, for hiking. If you don’t have your own trekking poles you can rent those in our office.
Which routes are there to Mt. Triglav?
You can approach Triglav from 7 different routes:
Krma valley, Vrata valley, Blato Meadow, valley of 7 lakes, Zadnjica valley, Kot valley and Pokljuka plateau
What kind of food can I expect in the hut Kredarica?
Kredarica offers different Slovenian food you can get different types of marmalade, honey, butter, ham and eggs, bread, prepared sandwich, daily soup, stew without meat, stew with meat and beans, goulach, Krainer sousage with bread and mustard, pasta with meat, pasta with veggie, different salads, pancakes with marmalade or chocolate, chocolate. Estimated cost per meal is from 4 eur to 6 eur.
Can I buy drinks in Kredarica hut?
Yes, Kredarica offers different drinks like tea, coffee, ice tea, hot chocolate, coke, fanta, red bull, draught beer, bottled beer, wine and even rum. You would need spend from 2 eur to 4 eur
Will I have phone reception while climbing on Triglav?
Yes, there is phone reception most of the time, but not everywhere.
Are there any weight limits?
There are no wight limits as long as you are able to walk for at least 12-14 hours.
The interesting facts about Triglav:
Mountain Triglav is also in the logotype of Altitude Activities
The highest mountain Triglav is one of the most visited mountains of Slovenia.
Triglav is suitable for 10 years old kids if they are able to walk for 7 hours straight.
Climbing mt. Triglav is not technical and it is intermediate level climb
Via ferrata is only 2h long at the top of Triglav.
There are 4 popular routes to mountain Triglav from Krma valley, Vrata valley, Pokljuka plateau and Kot valley.