The winter Triglav is completely different from the summer version. It is deserted; there are no people around, not like in the summer. Primordial and simply fantastic! A winter ascent of Triglav is a true climb overcoming the slopes of up to 50° inclination.


The start is on foot from the Krma Valley, or if you are a ski-tourer, on skis, which is preferable.


From the begin of November till May.


We start and finish the hike at the same point, in the Krma valley. We will sleep in Triglavski dom-Kredarica. From there, we’ll go to the top and we can descend back the same way. In addition, there is via ferata from the hut to the summit of Mount Triglav and back but in winter time is mostly covered by the snow.


  • Day 1: Krma valley 980m – Triglavski dom 2515m 6-8 hours of walking and 1500 meters of height difference.
  • Day 2: Triglavski dom 2515m – Summit 2864m! – Krma Valley 980m; 4-6 hours from the hut (Triglavski dom) to the top and back, plus 4-6h hours down to the valley.
  • Trip is in two days, somewhere between 16 to 18 hours, and we make around 2000m height difference.


  • Appropriate mountain chlothes and shoes, helmet, climbing harness, axe, crampons, backpack, 2x locking carabiner, sling 120cm.
  • We will provide technical equipment.
  • List of equipment on link: TRIGLAV WINTER EQUIPMENT LIST


  • Price for one day trip in this case is 350€ for one guest and 500€ for 2 guests.
  • Most people usually do the ascent in two days.
  • Price for two days is 500€ for one guest and 600€ for 2 guests.
  • Prices includes: transfer from accomodation (Kranjska Gora, Bled) to starting point and back, equipment rental, guiding, costs for guide.
  • You need extra money in cash for sleeping and for food in Triglavski dom.

Special notes

Ascent in winter conditions is more difficult than in summer especially if you do it in one day.