Slovenian Mountain Hiking Trail

This mountain hiking trail, which covers the majority of the Slovenian mountainous world, connects the highest peaks and ridges of the Julian Alps.

Experience Slovenian mountains, hills and lowlands from Maribor in Styria to Ankaran in the Slovene Littoral. The oldest European connecting mountain trail climbs Pohorje, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps and the Julian Alps, the pre-Alpine hills and leads to the green Karst and the Adriatic Sea.

The Slovenian Mountain Hiking Trail in the Soča Valley

The Slovenian Mountain Hiking Trail or Slovenian Transverzala is an unforgettable Alpine journey, which shines in the area when the mighty Julian Alps ascend above the emerald green Soča River to reach towards the sky:

  • Triglav (2,864 m), the highest Slovenian peak,
  • Pogačnikov dom na Kriških podih (2,050 m) and the Kriška jezera lakes,
  • Razor (2,601 m), Prisojnik (2,547 m),
  • Vršič, the highest mountain pass in Slovenia (1,611 m), Poštarski dom, Tičarjev dom and Erjavčeva koča,
  • From Jalovec (2,645 m) to Zavetišče pod Špičkom to the emerald green source of the Soča River and the Kugy monument (the greatest difference in altitude on the Slovenian mountain hiking Transverzala, 1,758 m),
  • Dom Trenta, the Triglav National Park Information Centre,
  • Zasavska koča na Prehodavcih (2,071 m), Koča pri Triglavskih jezerih (1,685 m), Komna,
  • Planinski dom pri Krnskih jezerih (1,385 m), Gomiščkovo zavetišče na Krnu (2,182 m),
  • Koča na planini Razor (1,315 m), Vogel, Rodica, Črna prst ...

Slovenian Mountain Hiking Trail – Interesting Facts

  • walking time: a minimum of 30 days; take your time and strive to complete individual parts over a longer period of time;
  • trail length: 584 km;
  • total difference in altitude on the trail: 47 km;
  • mark: Knafelc blaze with the number 1
  • 80 control points, 49 mountain huts.

Slovenian Mountain Hiking Trail – INFORMATION

The Slovenian Mountain Trail website>