first and just. Embellished with primeval forests, glacier-carved valleys, crystal-clear lakes and paths that tendril throughout, the hut-to-hut route we recently backpacked (which does not need interpretive map reading) avoids the bursting crowds of tourists.
Slovenia. Picture: Clementine Gray You’ll enter the park along a high-altitude ridgeline and circle it with the Triglav– Slovenia’s greatest mountain at 9,395 feet– in your sights. Remember to bring money; the huts– which use simple lodging and food that allow you to take a trip lighter and quicker, not fancy digs– don’t accept credit cards.Here’s the best ways to deal with a five-day trek. Strolling times are rough estimates and can vary accordingly to your distinct level of physical fitness and ability in alpine surface.