Slovenians love hiking and with a good reason. Whether it is a short hike to the green highlands, a weekend adventure across the rocky Alpine peaks, or a long-distance trail from the mountains to the sea – Slovenia is a true hiking paradise. Diverse landscape caters to different preferences and hikers can choose among a wide variety of routes, from easy paths along picturesque valleys to challenging mountain trails and everything in between.
One of the best ways to discover the stunning nature and the diversity of Slovenia is to hike from theJulian Alps to the Adriatic, passing through the incredible Soča Valley in the heart of Triglav National Park, the romantic wine-growing region of Goriška Brda, and the mysterious world of Karst.
The Walk of Peace hiking tour presents a perfect choice for outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs alike. Supreme hiking trails running through some of the most beautiful parts of the region are combined with genuine local hospitality and the shocking heritage of the First World War.
As local experts, we also organize other hiking tours in the Alpe-Adria region. Please contact us for a tailor-made offer.
Follow the Bear Footprints
This 3-day hiking route lets you explore the incredible nature of the Kočevje virgin forests, observe its wildlife and learn about it – especially about the brown bears that densely populate the area. Sleeping in the forest huts far from civilization and enjoying the traditional meals prepared on the charcoal will complete this unforgettable adventure in the wilderness that is accompanied with rich knowledge of experienced local guides.
Hiking, Wildlife Watching
April to October
LENGTH & ELEVATION
Walk of Peace
The idea behind the Walk of Peace is to learn about the history of World War I. But among museums, cemeteries, trenches, and chapels that you’ll see along the way, the red line of this inspiring long-distance hike is the incredible nature of Western Slovenia and Eastern Italy.
LENGTH & ELEVATION
212 - 236km, 7.180 - 8.620m