The Triglav National Park is located in the north-west of Slovenia, more precisely in the Julian Alps. It is the only National Park in Slovenia. The park was named after the highest mountain of Slovenia, the Triglav, which is located nearly at the center of the park.
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Home IMPRINT GET TO KNOW AIMS OF THE PARK NATURE Plants and Wildflowers Wildlife Geology Forest CULTURE Archeology Mining and Iron Industry Architectural Heritage Cultural Landscape Ethnology Museums PEOPLE IN THE PARK RURAL DEVELOPMENT Organic Farming Typical Local Products Autochthonous Breeds High-Altitude Pasture Farming NATIONAL PARK ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS CONTACT EXPERIENCE GETTING THERE Map Useful Links RULES AND REGULATIONS INFORMATION CENTERS Information Center TNP Trenta Lodge Information Center TNP Bled Pocar Farm HIKING TRAILS Triglavska Bistrica Trail in the Vrata valley Soča Trail Pokljuka Trail Goreljek Bog Nature Trail Tolminka troughs Radovna Cycle Route GUIDED TOURS ACCESSIBILITY NATIONAL PARK IN WORD AND VISION ACCOMMODATION Pokljuka Vogar Mountain Pasture Zgorna Radovna Vrata Valley Vršič Trenta MOUNTAINEERING UNDERSTAND PUBLICATIONS OF THE PARK F. A. Q. LINKS
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