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Hut To Hut Hiking Slovenia

Hike the finest trails in the Julian Alps.
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Valley of the seven lakes
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The seven lakes valley
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Vodnik Hut and Velo Polje
Having fun hiking in Slovenia
Vodnik lodge with Triglav in the back
Hiking to Mt. Kanjavec
Chamoix in Julian Alps
Triglav lakes lodge in autumn
Double lake and the lodge
From: 349€/person
3 days
Jun - Sep
Experience the best of the Julian Alps in three days, visit the mesmerizing Seven Lakes Valley and stay in authentic Triglav National Park mountain lodges.
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Prehodavci mountain hut and bivouac
Valley of the seven lakes
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Bohinj Lake
Kidney lake 1
One of the seven lakes near Prehodavci
Trenta valley 2
Great Soča gorge
Towards Krn Lake
Komna Plateau
Savica Waterfall
From: 475€/person
5 days
Jun - Sep
Explore the Julian Alps, and the Soča Valley in this incredibly diverse 5-day hut to hut hike, and get a taste of the Triglav Lakes Valley and the Alpe-Adria Trail.
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stol bivouac
The mountain hut at Triglav lakes
Sunset from Prehodavci
prehodavci hut dawn
Vrata valley
Triglav lakes lodge in autumn
Kidney lake 1
pastures under stol
From: 549€/person
6 days
Jun - Sep
Cross two alpine mountain ranges on the most scenic and undemanding part of the Slovenian Mountain Trail across grassy ridges and alpine valleys.
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Triglav with Kredarica and Planika hut
The view of Velo Polje from Vodnik hut
Planike lodge is in the heart of Triglav
Planika lodge in the morning from above
Climbing Triglav from Kredarica
Final push to Mt. Triglav
On the most narrow part of the climb
Climbing on the Ridge with Planika below
Aljaž Tower on top of Mount Triglav
Happily standing on top of Triglav 1
Chamoix in Julian Alps
Mountain lodge on Dolič saddle
On the way to Triglav summit
Prehodavci lodge and bivouac
Enjoying the view from Zasavska hut at Prehodavci
The seven lakes valley
The Kidney lake one of the seven lakes
Valley of the seven lakes
Double lake and the hut from above
Dedno Polje pasture
From: 495€/person
3 days
Jun - Sep
Join us on a three-day adventure on the most diverse and rewarding climb of Mount Triglav enhanced by scenic trekking around the Triglav Lakes Valley.
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Blejska hut lipanca
From: 329€/person
3-4 days
Apr - Oct
Hike the panoramic ridge above Pokljuka Plateau, taking you from Lake Bohinj to Lake Bled and offering you a striking view of the Julian Alps and Mt. Triglav.
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The magnificent Pokljuka
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Hiking in Pokljuka Plateau
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From: 989€/family
3 days
Apr - Oct
Experience the Julian Alps with your kids discovering the woods and mountain pastures of the Pokljuka Plateau along a family-friendly hiking route.
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Ski touring in Triglav national park
Vogel ski resort in winter
Enjoying the view from Komna
Ski touring tracks in Komna
Komna in winter
Ski touring below Kredarica
Ski touring in Julian Alps
Ski touring in Vogel
Snowboarding from Sija to Zadnji Vogel
Untouched terrains on Komna Plateau
Kredarica and Triglav in winter
View from Kredarica in winter
From: 595€/person
3 - 4 days
Dec - Apr
Experience ski touring Slovenia to the fullest on this diverse journey through the winter fairytale of the Julian Alps.
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On the way to Jalovec
Scrambling above Mangart Saddle
Jalovec from Slemenova Špica 1
View over Soča valley
Vodnik Hut and Velo Polje
On the way to Triglav summit
Komna Plateau pasture
Chamoix in Julian Alps
Mount Špik
The view of Triglav from Škrlatica
Per request
flexible
Jun - Sep
An unforgettable and unique hiking experience that is designed especially for you and lets you see the best of the Slovenian Alps at your own pace.
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About Hut To Hut Hiking In Slovenia

Join us on hiking tours in the Slovenian Alps, where you will experience all the joys of walking in the Alps, including stunning views, fresh mountain air, and wildlife encounters that you can only experience above a certain elevation.

Staying overnight in traditional mountain huts, you will get the opportunity to try typical homemade dishes and learn about Slovenian mountaineering culture.

Discover the crystal clear and ice-cold water of the Triglav Lakes, explore the mountain pastures that are part of a shepherding tradition that is several hundred years old, marvel at the emerald river of Soča and the idyllic beauty of the Lepena Valley, find WWI remnants on Komna, and stroll around the mesmerizing Bohinj Lake.

We offer guided hikes with experienced hiking guides, who will help you throughout your journey and share their vast knowledge about the region. You can also choose independent self-guided hiking tours with supporting maps, directions, and descriptions of the hiking trail and mountain hut reservations.

For more adventurous souls, customized hiking tours are available. You will get away from the busy popular trails and get a truly authentic experience in the tranquility of the Alps with higher chances of spotting wild animals.

Expert Local Guides

Our professional guides know the local terrain and are trained to make this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity both safe and enjoyable.

Hassle-Free

We handle route planning, accommodations, transfers, and anything else you prefer not to deal with, so you can enjoy a carefree hike.

Tried & Tested Adventures

Only the best hiking adventures in Slovenia, cherry-picked by our local team with an in-depth knowledge of the region.

Book with Confidence

We are a financially protected company, fully bonded and insured, keeping your money safe and allowing you to travel with confidence.

Unbeatable Support

Our 24/7 customer support is where we show our passion, bringing you a better experience by making your well-being our number one priority.

Things to know

We have rated our tours on a scale from 1 to 5. 1 being the easiest and 5 being the most difficult.

Fitness level difficulty tells you about how fit you need to be for a tour and how much walking there is. Most of our tours are suitable for most people that are regularly active and can walk for around 5-6 hours per day with breaks.

Technical difficulty tells us about the paths we use – Level 1 means that zero hiking experience is required, while 5 is only for experienced hikers used to the exposure and basic climbing techniques.

Our guided tours are led by UIMLA or IMFGA internationally licensed guides who have completed many years of training to make your hut to hut hike both safe and enjoyable. They are passionate individuals who call the Slovenian mountains their second home and are ready to share this adventure with you.

Different huts have different options and sometimes, private rooms for 2 or 4 persons are available. It is not the rule and they require a very early booking. We will try to get you the best possible accommodation from what is available at the time of your booking.

We recommend booking as early as possible. Slovenian mountain huts are very popular and get booked up several weeks in advance, especially on weekends. If your booking is late, we will try our best to find a suitable alternative. Sometimes, last-minute spots open up. However, we cannot guarantee a free spot.

No, all of the huts provide blankets, bedding and pillows, but you can bring your own silk or cotton sleeping liner.

All of the huts offer vegetarian options and usually at least one vegan option. Still, kitchens high up are basic, so don’t expect too many choices. Huts generally serve authentic meals like stews, soups, and sausages. If you have strict dietary restrictions, consider bringing your own food as they can’t make a special meal per request.

Most high-altitude huts in Slovenia don’t have a drinking water source, but you can buy bottled water for around 4,5€ per 1,5l. You can also bring a water purifier and filter rainwater or water from the lakes. There are also some freshwater sources on the way so you never have to carry too much.

In our guided tours, we take care of the reservations for you, and you pay for the huts together with food on the spot.  In most huts, you can pay with a credit card, but it is advisable to bring some cash just in case if the internet is down – After all, you’re in the mountains. If you are a member of the UIAA Alpine Association, bring your card and you will get a discount.

For our self-guided tours, the accommodation with breakfast is included in the price.

Cell reception is on and off in most parts of the Julian Alps. The reception is generally better on the peaks and exposed parts and worse in secluded valleys. Some huts offer paid wifi option, but not all.

Most of the mountain huts only operate from June to September. Some huts are open sooner and longer, but those times change from season to season according to weather and snow conditions. Read about best seasons for hiking in Slovenia.

If conditions are favourable we can make a custom tour even before June or after September.

Most of the tours can be done even in light rain, as long as you dress accordingly. It is not unusual in the summer that there are afternoon thunderstorms, so early starts are advisable. If the weather looks really bad, we will try to reschedule or propose an alternative tour.

Try to pack light, only take what you really need. You need your passport or ID for check-in, and some cash is advisable if the internet is down. Bring your sleeping liner and earplugs for the night, and toothbrush and body wipes for hygiene. You don’t need slippers, they are in the hut already.

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Guided and self-guided hikes on mountain trails with views of the Alpine peaks and the surrounding nature, resting in huts and enjoying homemade dishes.
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