Join us for multi-day walking holidays on the best hiking and trekking trails between the high peaks of the Julian Alps and other Slovenian mountains. We have prepared multiple hiking tours to make your walking holidays in Slovenia pleasant and fun!
From the lakes to the Alpine valleys, high pastures and panoramic mountain peaks, follow the paths through forests and meadows to uncover the true face of Slovenia. The melody of streams and waterfalls, rustling foliage and the crack of twigs under your shoes will allow you to recharge while enjoying your leisurely walk on the sunny side of the Alps.
These guided or self-guided walking holidays will get you to see and visit numerous places most visitors to Slovenia do not experience — offering some of the best views of the most popular attractions or discovering some hidden gems in the Slovenian countryside.
You will immerse yourself in the landscape on foot — taking in the rustic lifestyle of villages and spoiling your taste buds in traditional huts and tourist farms when tasting delicious and proper Slovenian food.
The tours are designed to allow at least a few hours of walking every day on easy trails with some gradual ascents, perfect for nature lovers looking for an experience that combines walking with relaxation and tranquility.
Get ready for an unforgettable experience on our Slovenia hiking tours and enjoy your Slovenia walking holidays with us!
Our guided walking tours are led by UIMLA or IMFGA internationally licensed guides who have completed many years of training to make your walking holidays both safe and enjoyable. They are enthusiastic individuals who are ready to share their passion for Slovenia and its rich culture and nature with you, and make your walking holiday one to remember.
We recommend booking as early as possible. Slovenian mountain huts are very popular and get booked up several weeks in advance, especially on weekends. If your booking is late, we will try our best to find a suitable alternative. Sometimes, last-minute spots open up. However, we cannot guarantee a free spot.
All of the huts offer vegetarian options and usually at least one vegan option. Still, kitchens high up are basic, so don’t expect too many choices. Huts generally serve authentic meals like stews, soups, and sausages. If you have strict dietary restrictions, consider bringing your own food as they can’t make a special meal per request.
Depending on the tour, some of our tours go through high mountains and there is still snow in spring (sometimes as late as early June) and autumn (sometimes as early as October). Other tours don't go as high and are suitable for spring and autumn as well as summer. Read more about hiking seasons in Slovenia.
Most of the tours can be done even in light rain, as long as you dress accordingly. It is not unusual in the summer that there are afternoon thunderstorms, so early starts are advisable. If the weather looks really bad, we will try to reschedule or propose an alternative tour.
Some of our tours are hut-to-hut tours, with overnights in authentic mountain huts. Try to pack light, only take what you really need. You need your passport or ID for check-in, and some cash is advisable if the internet is down. Bring your sleeping liner and earplugs for the night, and toothbrush and body wipes for hygiene. You don’t need slippers, they are in the hut already.