The most authentic contact between man and nature.
For centuries, people have enjoyed going to the mountains to see how settlements in the valley look from another perspective, to enjoy the fresh air, to rest from the stresses of daily life, and mainly to find inner peace in the beautiful summits of the Julian Alps. Over a million years, nature has shaped a very diverse relief featuring wonderful mountains, low basins and deep valleys, and high meadows and slopes whose primitivity and wilderness are exhilarating.
The highest peaks of the Julian Alps include the mighty Mt. Triglav and its neighbours: Mt. Razor, Mt. Prisank, Mt. Jalovec and Mt. Mangrt represent real challenges for those seeking mountaineering pleasures.