Ascent route to Triglav
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Ascent route to Triglav

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The Triglav National Park is the only Slovenian national park. It was named after Triglav, the highest mountain in the park, which is also the highest summit in Slovenia (2864 m). The Triglav National Park extends along the Italian border and Austrian border in the north-west of Slovenia. Its territory is nearly identical with that occupied by the Eastern Julian Alps. The park covers 880 square kilometres. The Triglav National Park is among the earliest European parks, the first protection dates back to 1924 when the Alpine Conservation Park was founded. It was established in its modern form in 1981. There are three important ascent routes to Triglav with many variants. This panorama was made on the Prag route that starts near Aljaž Hut in Vrata Valley and approaches Triglav from the north.

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A: At the top of Mount Triglav

摄影师Hrvoje Mikolčević, 距离此全景1.6

Triglav is the highest mountain (2864m) in the Julian Alps and Slovenia, near the Italian border. The...

At the top of Mount Triglav

B: The view over Vrata valley and Triglav in Julian Alps

摄影师Zoran Vidrih, 距离此全景2.8

The view over Vrata valley in Julian Alps with Triglav, tha highest mountain in Slovenia in the back ...

The view over Vrata valley and Triglav in Julian Alps

C: Viševnik - view across Julian alps

摄影师Zoran Vidrih, 距离此全景4.6

View from the top of 2050m high Viševnik.

Viševnik - view across Julian alps

D: Výšlap na Triglav

摄影师Jan Fujdiar, 距离此全景5.1

Výšlap na triglav. Slovinský národní park.                                                           ...

Výšlap na Triglav

E: Slovenia - Triglav - National park

摄影师Jan Fujdiar, 距离此全景5.4

Triglav (German: Terglau, Italian: Tricorno) is with its elevation of 2,864 metres (9,396 ft)[1][note...

Slovenia - Triglav - National park

F: A break while climbing Velika Dnina

摄影师Zoran Vidrih, 距离此全景5.9

Velika Dnina beneath Škrtlatica, the queen of Julian alps. Great view over peaks of Prisojnik, Martul...

A break while climbing Velika Dnina

G: Rudno polje on Pokljuka

摄影师Zoran Trost, 距离此全景7.3

Overview of Rudno polje on Pokljuka, which is a small winter resort near Bled in Slovenia. The resort...

Rudno polje on Pokljuka

H: Trenta Valley

摄影师Alexander Ploner, 距离此全景7.8

Trenta Valley

I: Trenta Soca

摄影师Alexander Ploner, 距离此全景7.9

Trenta Soca

J: Russian Chapel

摄影师Zoltán Szakonyi, 距离此全景8.8

Russian Chapel

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