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Snowshoe walks in the Julian Alps

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The Most Beautiful snowshoe walks in the Julian Alps

Die Tamar Hütte, im Hintergrund der Jalovec
Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Von Planica zur Hütte Tamar
recommended route Difficulty moderate
6.5 km
1:40 h
143 m
143 m
Vom Parkplatz der Planica Sprungschanzen braucht man ca. 50 min zu Fuß zur Tamar Hütte, ein netter Spaziergang auf Schneeschuhen, nicht zu steil aber mit toller Aussicht.
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Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Mt. Čisti vrh (1875 m) above the Trenta Valley – a wonderful sightseeing hill
recommended route Difficulty difficult
16.3 km
7:02 h
847 m
850 m
In dry weather conditions (no snow), this snowshoeing tour is also appropriate as a moderate hiking tour.
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Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Snowshoeing in the Zapoden Valley (Zadnja Trenta Valley)
recommended route Difficulty moderate
7.6 km
2:47 h
235 m
235 m
The tranquillity and a fairy tale of the Zadnja Trenta Valley (Zapoden Valley) always impress.
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Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Snowshoeing to Mt. Stol (1673 m)
recommended route Difficulty difficult
21 km
8:59 h
938 m
938 m
This long but relatively undemanding snowshoeing hiking trail leads to the top of the longest mountain ridge of the Western Julian Alps.
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Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Snowshoeing into the Loška Koritnica Valley
recommended route Difficulty moderate
8.6 km
3:02 h
257 m
257 m
This undemanding trail will take you beneath the foothills of two mighty summits in the Julian Alps – Mt. Jalovec and Mt. Mangart.
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Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Von Planica zur Hütte Tamar
recommended route Difficulty moderate
Distance 6.5 km
Duration 1:40 h
Ascent 143 m
Descent 143 m

Vom Parkplatz der Planica Sprungschanzen braucht man ca. 50 min zu Fuß zur Tamar Hütte, ein netter Spaziergang auf Schneeschuhen, nicht zu steil ...

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recommended route Difficulty difficult
Distance 16.3 km
Duration 7:02 h
Ascent 847 m
Descent 850 m

In dry weather conditions (no snow), this snowshoeing tour is also appropriate as a moderate hiking tour.

from Darjo Berra,   Turizem Dolina Soce
recommended route Difficulty moderate
Distance 7.6 km
Duration 2:47 h
Ascent 235 m
Descent 235 m

The tranquillity and a fairy tale of the Zadnja Trenta Valley (Zapoden Valley) always impress.

from Darjo Berra,   Turizem Dolina Soce
Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Snowshoeing to Mt. Stol (1673 m)
recommended route Difficulty difficult
Distance 21 km
Duration 8:59 h
Ascent 938 m
Descent 938 m

This long but relatively undemanding snowshoeing hiking trail leads to the top of the longest mountain ridge of the Western Julian Alps.

from Darjo Berra,   Turizem Dolina Soce
Snowshoe walking · Julian Alps
Snowshoeing into the Loška Koritnica Valley
recommended route Difficulty moderate
Distance 8.6 km
Duration 3:02 h
Ascent 257 m
Descent 257 m

This undemanding trail will take you beneath the foothills of two mighty summits in the Julian Alps – Mt. Jalovec and Mt. Mangart.

from Darjo Berra,   Turizem Dolina Soce
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Rif. Luigi Zacchi (1380 m) vom oberen Weißenfelser See by Horst
January 29, 2017 · Community
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When did you do this route? January 29, 2017
Am Anfang des Weges
Photo: Horst Flößholzer, CC BY, Community
Photo: Horst Flößholzer, CC BY, Community
Rif. Luigi Zacchi (1380 m) vom oberen Weißenfelser See by Michael
February 08, 2015 · Community
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When did you do this route? February 08, 2015

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