VISITING THE MOUNTAINS DURING WINTER
Winter is a time when nature rests. Let the wildlife rest, too. Look at the video!
The Triglav National Park is an area where you can explore, learn, relax and experience pristine nature and make lasting memories.Read more
In the mountains in winter, wild animals have slowed their pace of life. They adapt specific behaviors to survive the winter and to protect themselves from predators. Your space of freedom, your playground, it is their living space. This winter, it's up to you to choose your track.
Vulnerable nature of Slovenia's only national park will only continue to create unforgettable experiences for future generations if it is treated with consideration and respect. Please follow the code of conduct for visitors to the Park.
The aim of our sustainable mobility project is to encourage visitors to help us preserve nature in its pristine state. We are committed to promoting non-motorized mobility and raising public awareness about the impact of motorized traffic and the responsibility for nature being our common concern. Read more ...
Do you know where in the Park to find the 'Pagan girl'? And what mountain is called Podrta gora ('Collapsed Mountain')? Are you familiar with the legend of Zlatorog, the mysterious gold-horned chamois? The Triglav National Park is not only famous for its beautiful nature but also for its rich heritage of myths and legends.
Crystal clear waters, remains of virgin forests, rocky summits, endemic animals, diverse cultural heritage, friendly people and delicious local cheeses.Learn