Tips Trip to Mt. Triglav National Park Slovenia

The last hamlet before you enter Triglav National Park is an ideal starting point to conquer the Julian Alps which in winter,covered in a white blanket of snow,appear even mightier yet enticing for all those who enjoy off-the piste skiing.Our mountain guides will safely lead you from Mojstrana across the alpine peaks. Dovje is a small old ( 1000 years) village, which is one of the sunniest villages in Slovenia and enjoys a beautiful view of the highest mountain in Slovenia - Triglav - 2864 m. Situated is 22 km from Bled (Bohinj and Bovec, Soča around 45 km) and 13 km from Kranjska Gora. Dovje, a thousand-year-old-village,beautifully laid out among terraced fields and orchards along the southeren foot of the step sunny slopes of the Karavanke, a village with many typical features of alpine architecture preserved, the most outstanding being the arched doorways of farmhouses. And great views to peaks and Triglav. In the village of Dovje in the area of Julian Alps and Triglav national park you can find also a great accommodation in the Apartments Triglav.
The relief of the Julian Alps and Triglav is very dissected, there are steep and deeply cut valleys, their slopes having been smoothed down by glaciers and the bottoms are flat and enlarged or covered with the sediments originating from glacial and postglacial periods. In fact most of the Park area is exceptionally rich in various karst phenomena, including a special type of the mountain karst. Visit and hiking the mountains around like a : peak of Triglav, the most picturesque peaks and mountain groupings within the Park are Jalovec (2645m) and Mangart (2679) in the north-western part; Prisojnik (2547m), Razor (2601m), Skrlatica (2738m) and the Martuljek Group with Spik (2472m) on the northern side; Kanjavec (2568m) and Lepo Spicje (2398m) in the central part, and the long Bohinj mountain-ridge together with Krn (2244m) on the southern edge.
The park is named after Mt.Triglav (2864m), symbol of the Slovenia, which is situated almost in the middle of the protected territory. From it the valleys spread out radial, supplying water to two large river Systems which have theirsources in the Julian Alps: the Soca river and the Sava river flowing to the Adriatic and Black Sea respectively. In the tourist centres of the Triglav National Park and their immediate surroundings we are increasingly aware of the advantages and importance a national park has in developing natural and desirable tourist and recreational activities.Hiiking is no doubt one of the most appropriate ways a visitor can really experience the unspoiled surroundings of a national park.And it is only fair to remaind visitors that in the park they are entering a very sensetive natural ecosystem where special care must be taken.

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