Mangart Saddle (2055 m), Slovenia's Highest Panoramic Road
July 30th, 2021
The Mangart saddle (Mangartsko sedlo) is one of the most visited points in the Julian Alps. Situated on the Triglav National Park border, the 2055 m high pass is famous for its fabulous panorama. A bucket-listed destination by bike, car, or even motorbike. If you are near the Triglav National Park, don't miss Mangart - it's just 45 minutes from Bovec. One of the reasons for the popularity of the pass is that it is located on the Italian border, not far from the Austrian border. This makes it ea
Slovenian Alps - Map, Geography, Cities, National Parks
April 9th, 2021
There are three ranges in the Alps within Slovenia: the Julian Alps, the Karavanks (Karavanke), and the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. All three mountain ranges are located in the northern part of the country and form a common tourist area - the Alpine region. Part of the area covered by the three mountain ranges belongs to the historical region of Gorenjska. ?90% of the country's top natural attractions can be found here. Quick Details In our current article, we present these three mountain ra
The Julian Alps, Slovenia and Italy - Cities, Mountains, Attractions
April 2nd, 2021
The Julian Alps are one of the mountain ranges in the Alps that are amicably shared between Slovenia and Italy. Two-thirds of it is located on the Slovenian side, in the Triglav National Park. The mountain range covers an area of 4,400 km2. Its highest altitude is 2,864 meters at the top of Mount Triglav. The length of the main ridge of the mountain is 126 km. The width of the line is approx. 94 km. Its' varied countryside includes steep rock walls, deep gorges, barren mountain peaks, and lush
Zermatt Top 10 Attractions - Maps and photos
September 28th, 2020
At 1608 meters, Zermatt is located at the foot of one of the most well-known mountains in the Alps, the Matterhorn in Switzerland. The small settlement in the valley is truly a pilgrimage site for lovers of climbing. Besides climbers, families are also taking a trip by train to the Swiss village, to spend a few days hiking and relaxing. We have put together a list for you with the top attractions and places to visit. The small town of Zermatt is located in the canton of Valais, the district of
Climbing Matterhorn – Everything you need to know: camps, routes, weather, huts, equipment, etc.
September 28th, 2020
The Matterhorn, with its 4478 meters, is one of the highest mountain peaks in the Alps and certainly one of the most famous. The mountain top, which also appears on the Toblerone chocolate, is climbed from Italy or Switzerland by about 3000 people yearly. With this, the pyramid-shaped mountain is one of the most conquered peaks in the world. This adventure, however, is not just fun. It takes serious preparation to attack the Swiss peak, as the Matterhorn already falls into the "four thousand" c
Climbing Wiesbachhorn (3564 m) Guide - Routes, accommodation, parking ...
January 29th, 2018
For a stunning view of the dazzling Grosses Wiesbachhorn, you must travel to Hohe Tauern National Park, Austria. The 3564-meter-high mountain is the 3rd highest point in the Hohe Tauern mountain range. Today we know that the largest peak is the Grossglockner (3798 m), but it has long been believed that the giant now unveiled is the largest gem of the Tauern. The mountain, which has almost perfect proportions, is the main peak of the mountain range here; none of the surrounding mountains can bea
Hiking from Euthal to Innerthal - Through Chli Aubrig and Gross Aubrig
January 9th, 2018
What awaits me is a 17 km long hike from Euthal to Innerthal through Chli Aubrig and Gross Aubrig. The guide book promises a beautiful panoramic scenery along the way and possibly also funny encounters with locals, such as cows and donkeys.
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