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arthur  
#21 Posted : Thursday, November 22, 2012 6:27:32 PM(UTC)
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Hello

Bring all the images from the trip to Picasa and added links to the original demands not to burden.
I added sections and content dispute too more explanations about the logistics of the trip.

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#22 Posted : Friday, November 23, 2012 1:54:50 AM(UTC)
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Arthur Bill, seems quite a challenge and experience.

Your review is great, not so much for those who want to do this for you.

Slept only in cabins or tent?
Regarding technical equipment used
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#23 Posted : Friday, November 23, 2012 10:58:56 AM(UTC)
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Thank you very much. I worked on it hard and definitely I'm currently working on an interactive Google map to prepare from scratch with all the cabins and places of interest throughout the path.

Also sleep in my tent, and I must say that the high level (although often no shower) their location is very suitable for a division of days and prices are very low and therefore tempting to sleep in huts in Slovenia.

I used technical equipment even though the mountainous bktaim was sometimes the only one who had a helmet + via privatization Kit and people looked at me a little strangely and asked me how I do it.
I'm not saying it's impossible or very difficult but the margin of error in certain segments (Triglav area) is very small and there it drops dozens or hundreds of meters.

I would definitely recommend taking a helmet + harness + via privatization Kit especially for people who come just to do the mountain passages.
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#24 Posted : Friday, November 23, 2012 1:18:55 PM(UTC)
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Get tislam ROI Arthur.
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#25 Posted : Monday, December 31, 2012 10:26:52 PM(UTC)
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Hey Arthur!
Thank you for the post that you spend!
I'd like to ask a question, perhaps briefly focused on me later in diving and searches:
We are looking for a week, 10 days to June equates to wrap to the beginning of July (the kids are on vacation and after that the problematic women) and looks for a superb option.
What section/sections would you recommend?
We are experienced travelers (less than fit in the past but still cool) without problems via privatization (made last year the ALTA VIA 2) and vice versa-like peaks, snow etc, talking about sleeping in cabins and to carry as little as possible (of course if you need equipment via privatization so it's not a problem).
Of course, to spend a few days traveling less and some more days in the mountains.
Thank you
Amir
arthur  
#26 Posted : Tuesday, January 1, 2013 2:56:57 AM(UTC)
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Hi Amir,

Now when I see the footage.


You said you like via privatization and peaks so I recommend you two selections. Links to images in the first post.
The Alpe Savinske Kamniske iolanis or that the second part of the Alps.

I copy you here the information on them.
Solcava-Zgorne Jezersko
Link to a picture

Crossing of the first part of the Slovenian Alps
Alpine section, UPS and downs and complex via privatization. Parts exposed and dangerous.
Difficulty: very hard.


Mojstrana Vrsic Pass.
Link to a picture

Crossing of the Julia.
Properties:
Alpine section.
Bare space.
Via privatization.
Dangerous sections
Difficulty-hard-very hard
The section begins with a VRATA Valley and glacial Valley with green turquoise stream flowing. Going in between huge mountains.
Then start on the Triglav mountain and more section of Alpine and changed the very diff.
The deal ends up is extremely dangerous to the Vrsic Pass Prisank and ridida to


These so-called ailiites of ahrarym in Slovenia
The others less Harari but no less beautiful.

Let's go back to your requirements:
Sleep in huts – each day ends in the cabin. No need to carry a tent and not even food and cutlery so you can carry only the minimum. Clothing and a light lunch.
To fewer scroll traveling-for that's how all distributed section begins and ends instead with public transport so you don't waste time.

You can reach from Ljubljana the capital at the beginning and end of each section.
The list of the tracks can be found on the website of the Alpine Association. Once we close exactly where you want to go I will send you a link to cabins that you should know.
If you go during peak Yuli abaugst thunderstorms occur in teriglab area, then it's best to book ahead.
Like I said, breakfast and dinner can be eaten in the hut and buy groceries to prepare a snack in the afternoon.

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shikole  
#27 Posted : Sunday, May 26, 2013 9:46:59 AM(UTC)
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Arthur,
Preparations underway (mid-July) and a few more questions:
1. gas availability Peck coffee. Are there? Cabins- In all Currently we are planning a cab straight from the airport to Mojstrana without entering the city.
2. maps-on to Mojstrana will be able to buy?
3. reliability and the difficulty according to CICERO's Guide – how to trust him? We are going absolutely reasonable, of course individually, but still I wonder if it even ...
4. can I rent a cabin and sheets not to carry-you know kg projectiles, and if so how in this case? Always like to carry as little:-)
Thank you
Amir
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#28 Posted : Sunday, May 26, 2013 11:25:12 PM(UTC)
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1. I don't remember seeing gas tanks. I was a buyer at the earliest possible opportunity and risk.
2. moisterna can I buy maps in alpinism National Museum (ask where everyone knows where it is), the visit to the museum itself, not the most exciting.
3. hard to say. I went faster than the times of friendly.
4. this option would in most cabins.
There are small differences between a hut to hut which depends on who runs it.

If you start moisterna I assume you are going to do the whole teriglab?
I'd like to go over the list of equipment.

A little tip: topographic maps, very high note that map of teriglab National Park East and West but the map gathers the two maps to map once and saves money and headache.

Enjoy. Arthur 41420.8524421296
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#29 Posted : Monday, May 27, 2013 11:40:56 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the answers Arthur!
The moisterna be gas? I just have no idea how big the settlement.
And some sheets-not sure???

We're moving two sections probably with belay (route moved responsibility I now head ...)-first step 6 to teriglab TRENTA-and later-stage 3-Zgorne Jezersko Solcava.
Thanks for the tip maps!
About equipment list-thank you for the flight despite the fact that we're doing pretty good and even take a rope and harness buckle Loya:-) privatization
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#30 Posted : Monday, May 27, 2013 1:48:22 PM(UTC)
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Amir
It's time to move on from the liner bag. What to carry when you're asleep in kg
And how to deal with bed sheets I already install liner and
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#31 Posted : Monday, May 27, 2013 4:08:30 PM(UTC)
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Really get better already.
Car won't break your head about the sheets.

In moisterna there is a medium-sized supermarket, but I don't remember about gas.
Like I said once you get to the big city (Ljubljana) buy all the gas you need – it's not much considering you probably eat in?

BTW there's quality in the moisterna. (And the only one there)
You can also sleep in the city that's just a neighbor DOVJE private apartments featuring hadrarim.
Recommend to visit restaurant at great food DOVJE
The section from mositerna to the teriglab's are the most beautiful landscape between I (really!) walking in the surrounding peaks, glacial Valley don't see the end and alpine forests. A legend!

About-sections teriglab to decrepit car-amazing and I'm really glad you're taking equipment via privatization. Perhaps also add helmets. The very steep and sometimes large stone deterioration by going to others.

Zgorena-isersko סולצ'ווה to love this thing. Enjoyed it, maybe even more than ateriglab for the simple reason that you feel like a sandbox of mountaineering. Peaks close to each other and almost no other people in the area. You can hike for days and see a person or two.
BTW there also recommends adding a helmet.

P.s.
In SOLCAVA had trouble finding a place to sleep, there's a large selection there. In the end, I slept in a hotel I found-could find an isolated corner outside the village and hide some tent but succumbed to the pampering hotel room is very beautiful (I don't require much) and cost me 35 Euro area.
סולצ'ווה itself very beautiful and relaxed. You can find everything you need to equip institutions-mail, maps, supermarket, restaurants.

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#32 Posted : Tuesday, May 28, 2013 5:49:38 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the answers to Amir. I however take liner for years, whether it's a trip or reserve it. I will break your head with two planes or sheets.
We eat in the gas, mainly coffee, but we're not even planning through Ljubljana Manama straight to moisterna. I guess try greatest city on their way to find gas (Kranj).
arthur  
#33 Posted : Wednesday, May 29, 2013 2:15:23 AM(UTC)
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Where do you land?
City KRANJ (of course that's very big when it comes to relations of Slovenia) and whatever you want to find some good equipment stores.
erezul  
#34 Posted : Wednesday, May 29, 2013 10:41:44 AM(UTC)
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Landing in Ljubljana but taking a cab straight from the Airport (North of town) to moisterna (which is another Northwest) so you won't be blovliana itself.

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#35 Posted : Wednesday, May 29, 2013 2:54:10 PM(UTC)
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Analysed in Ljubljana? I bypassed this expensive flight.

I don't want to be a counselor, but too late, why take such a flight? Would it not be better to land in Graz with concussion in Vienna and from there overland across the border. That's what I did. Of course I had to go to Maribor but I think it will save you quite a bit of money.
erezul  
#36 Posted : Monday, June 3, 2013 9:15:29 AM(UTC)
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When shazmano tickets (7 months ago) the difference was $ 50 and the flights were much more convenient for us in Ljubljana.
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#37 Posted : Monday, June 3, 2013 9:59:02 AM(UTC)
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Really?
Really won, Ljubljana airport flights and which usually very expensive.

arthur  
#38 Posted : Wednesday, January 1, 2014 3:54:41 PM(UTC)
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The thread was lost in the new forum.
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#39 Posted : Tuesday, September 9, 2014 4:08:07 PM(UTC)
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Hey Arthur (and other readers:),

Thanks for an excellent description of the Trek (which sounds amazing).
I'd love your advice on related topic:

Me and the guys are planning to travel in Slovenia in the 22nd to September dates until October 3rd (roughly, that the relevant scope).
We get there after 10 days on Alta Via 1 and we want to do is relatively convenient and easy sections (without gradients, certainly not via ferrate).
We're young (27-28) cool and fit both long treks in the US, so I think everything up to medium difficulty level can match.
Areas more comfortable for short days (3 to 5 hours) between the cabins and/or excursions will receive bonus points:)

We are looking for a long time information about trekking in Slovenia, except for this forum and came across a lot of information (mostly citations that Triglav and the led are relevant to the topic).
There are all sorts of layout tours sound cool, but we really don't want to do a tour, and unfortunately not in name details can figure out how to get ready for it.

Face very all the help you can give us,
Or anyone else in the Forum.

Thank you
And amber
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#40 Posted : Tuesday, September 9, 2014 4:23:22 PM(UTC)
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Shai- here there is a description of a course in teriglab area.

A little more than 5 hours per day, but not much. If you have specific questions I would be happy to answer.

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