Hiking trail from Dom Planika to Mali Triglav is going to be closed

18.09.2019

Alpine Association of Slovenian and Alpine Club Gorje wish to inform you that from 19. 9. 2019 to including 22. 9. 2019 the marked trail Dom Planika pod Triglavom (2402 m)–Mali Triglav (2738 m) will be occasionally CLOSED due to urgent maintenance.

GB: In accordance with the Article 16 of the Alpine Paths Act (Official Gazette of RS, no. 61/2007) Alpine Association of Slovenian and Alpine Club Gorje wish to inform you that from 19. 9. 2019 to including 22. 9. 2019 the marked trail Dom Planika pod Triglavom (2402 m)-Mali Triglav (2738 m) will be occasionally CLOSED. Urgent maintenance will be carried out on this trail. Mountain hikers are kindly asked to adhere strictly to the closure of the marked trail and not to use it, because otherwise they could jeopardize both their safety and the safety of the volunteers working on the marked trail. Thank you for your understanding.

Other possible approaches to Triglav:
• from Luknja, Planika or Dolič across Triglavska škrbina
• via Kredarica

Hikers using mountain trails are advised to learn about the current state of the trails by checking the website stanje-poti.pzs.si/en by asking at the local mountain hut, or by enquiring at the local alpine club. If you notice any damaged or inadequately maintained parts of a mountain trail (damaged guards, faded trail markings, heavily overgrown trail, rockfalls, etc.), please send email to poskodbe.poti@pzs.si. Please indicate on which mountain trail you noticed the damage, describe the problem, and add a photo, if possible.

WARNING: Mountain hikers use the trails at their own risk. Mountain trail users must behave in a responsible manner so that they do not endanger or hurt themselves or others. A user must use mountain trails in a manner which does not cause any damage to the trail or to the land, property or buildings adjacent to it, nor causes any harm to the flora and fauna along the trail. It is prohibited to restrict access to mountain trails and to damage, remove or destroy trail markings, direction boards, boxes and protective equipment or any other labels. It is also prohibited to use unmarked shortcuts.