Kanjavec is Slovenia’s highest skiable mountain and is the most demanding one of the described ski tours across the Julian Alps, in terms of length and altitude difference. From Trenta climb through the dramatic valley of Zadnjica below the northern wall of Kanjavec, which is one of the highest in Slovenia. Continue ascending in the shadow of the steep walls of Vršac all the way to Prehodavci, where the fairytale Valley of the Seven Lakes opens below. Between Poprovec and Vršaki, ascend to the edge of the sprawling Hribarice and to the top of Kanjavec, where you come face to face with the neighbouring Triglav. On a beautiful winter day, the view is limitless - Slovenian mountains, High Tours, Dolomites... - on the top of Kanjavec, the world is in your hands. Ski to the Bohinj side, around the thick head of Debeli Vrh, to the mysterious Planina V Lazu and further through the spruce forest to Planina Blato. If the snow conditions are favourable, it is possible to ski on the forest road all the way to Stara Fužina on the edge of Lake Bohinj.