Mountaineering, rock climbing or ice climbing, we do it all.
So, you must be a true thrill-seeker… What’s your name of the game – mountaineering, free climbing, technical climbing? Or are you up for some ice climbing in one of our superb waterfalls? If it’s got climbing in the name, we’ve got you covered.
Improve your rock climbing skills under the guidance of renowned climber and mountaineer, Aleš Česen, who was awarded prestigious Piolets d'Or for Hagshu ascent in 2015. He started climbing very early and hence boasts with over 25 years of experience.
Alpine climbing in the Alps has a rich and lengthy tradition. It started when different nations were competing to claim particular mountain faces or routes on big mountains. Perhaps the most known and also controversial struggle was 'the battle’ for
Mountaineering covers a wide range of activities, such as technical climbing, ski touring, hiking, snowshoeing or even mountain biking. By classic winter mountaineering, we mean technically easy trips in winter conditions. We use at least one ice axe and crampons
Ice climbing is one of the most interesting winter activities in the Alps. Many often associate the activity with extreme cold, but ice climbing in no colder than ordinary skiing. In the Slovenian mountains, there are numerous waterfalls that freeze
Triglav (2864 m) is the highest mountain in Slovenia and its national symbol. Therefore, a lot of people climb in the summer season. Especially during weekends in July and August, the summit ridge can be crowded. But in winter it
Jezersko is an area north of Kamnik Alps near the border with Austria. It's easily accessible from Ljubljana and Kranj area through a narrow valley called Kokra. But once you make your way to the north side of the valley
'Via ferrata' in translation means an 'iron route'. It originates from the first world war when they build such routes to support troops high in the mountains. Probably the most famous ones one can find in the Dolomites, but they've
Technical climbing in winter in the Slovenian mountains can be a most challenging mountaineering experience. It requires a complex set of skills. Such a climb is often a mosaic of long approaches, ice, rock and mixed climbing, various snow conditions,
Triglav (2864 m) is not only the highest mountain in Slovenia it is also its national symbol. Thus climbing Triglav is one of the most Slovenian things you can do. As the Slovenian saying goes, in order to be truly