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Slowenien - Wandern/Biken Slowenien

Dimiceva 13, 1000 Liubljana
Slovenia

Hall map

TourNatur 2019 hall map (Hall 6): stand C06

Fairground map

TourNatur 2019 fairground map: Hall 6

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Product category: Mountain hiking, Hiking for pleasure, Hiking in healthy climates, Trekking, Hiking along premium routes, Hiking for beginners, Hiking with children, Hiking with animals, Wine Trails, Long-distance hiking, Hiking in winter, Hiking/Trekking tours, Protected area, Accomodation, Hiking literature/maps, Services for hikers

Alpe Adria Trail

Austria, Slovenia, and Italy – three countries, three cultures, three different landscapes, but all connected by the Alpe Adria Trail.

The trail begins in Koroška under the highest mountain in Austria, Mount Grossglockner, and enters Slovenia across the Karavanke Range, where the landscape turns into a wild limestone world. The Alpe Adria Trail will lead you across the Vršič Pass and through the Soča River Valley into the very heart of these primaeval surroundings. Near Kobarid, the trail ascends to the Planina Kuhinja beneath Mt. Krn, then continues towards Tolmin, where it leaves the Alpine world at the Kolovrat Ridge and transforms for the third time. This time, it becomes Mediterranean. In the Brda Hills and in the Karst Region, it once again leads you to Slovenia, but it soon returns to Italy, where this great trail through three countries ends in Muggia, near Trieste.

The Alpe Adria long-distance trail consists of 37 stages, with a relatively minor altitude difference. You will be able to focus on enjoying the beautiful countryside and tasting delicious culinary delights. Another six stages connected into a circular six-day tour leads you through all of the three countries on the Alpe Adria Trail.

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Via Alpina

The biggest advantage of the Via Alpina trail is the Alps and their natural and cultural heritage.

Two of the five trails connecting the eight Alpine countries pass through Slovenia, and are marked in red and purple.

The red trail begins in Trieste and then crosses the Karst and the karst plateaus before making its way through the pre-Alpine foothills into the heart of the Julian Alps and the surrounding mountains of Mt. Triglav. From there, it descends into the Trenta Valley and once again makes its way up, this time to Slovenia’s highest mountain pass, Vršič, and continues towards the Tamar Valley, dominated by the crystal Mt. Jalovec. Leaving the Tamar Valley, it briefly enters the Karavanke Alps and then finally leaves the embrace of the Slovenian Alps.

The purple trail allows you to explore eastern limestone Alps in Slovenia, Austria, and Germany. Along this trail, you will be able to discover the highest mountain ranges in Slovenia: the Julian Alps, the Kamnik and Savinja Alps, and the Karavanke Alps. The trail begins at the foot of Mt. Triglav, under Dolič Pass, and descends into the Vrata Valley past the magnificent North Face of Mt. Triglav, from where it ascends to the Karavanke Ridge and then continues into Austria across Zgornje Jezersko, with the beautiful north faces of Mt. Grintovec, Mt. Kočna, and Mt. Skuta as the backdrop.

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Via Bela Krajina

This circular trail passes through the Bela Krajina region, and you can gain unforgettable impressions of this hospitable landscape.

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