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The Slovene Mountain Trail

Slovenska planinska pot

Roy Clark, Justi Carey
Barcode 9781786310200
Paperback

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Release Date: 13/02/2023

Genre: Travel & Transport
Sub-Genre: Sports & Hobbies
Label: Cicerone Press
Language: English
Publisher: Cicerone Press

Slovenska planinska pot. Guidebook to trekking the Slovene Mountain Trail or Transverzala, 550km across Slovenia. Beginning at Maribor near the Austrian border to Ankaran on the Adriatic coast, the route is described as a series of 3 to 6-day treks through the region of Pohorje and the limestone mountains of the Karavanke and Kamnik-Savinja and Julian Alps.

First English-language guidebook to walking the Slovene Mountain Trail (Slovenska planinska pot or Transverzala) between Maribor near the Austrian border and Ankaran on the Adriatic Coast. Covering 550km (342 miles), this long-distance trek crosses Slovenia's Julian Alps and Karavanke and takes 49 days in total to complete.

The route is described as 12 stages of 3 to 6 day treks of all levels of difficulty, which can be completed as single sections or linked together to create the 49-day trip. Each day is graded from 1–3, Grade 1 days are mostly track-based routes without steep ascents, while Grade 3 days involve technical terrain featuring fixed protection or sections of via ferrata, necessitating adequate experience and equipment.

  • Illustrated with sketch maps, profiles and photographs
  • Advice on planning and preparation
  • Detailed information on facilities and mountain huts for each trek stage
  • Public transport options listed for the start and finish of each stage
  • Includes the Julian Alps, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, the Pohorje plateau and the Karavanke