I am considering climbing Mt. Triglav in late September and am torn between the Via Ferrata routes or the less strenuous hiking trails.

Can anyone provide advice on the following -

  • Accomodation
  • Route Choice
  • Airport Transfers
  • Equipment / Clothing
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    Did you end up doing the climb? – ShemSeger Dec 5 '14 at 21:31
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    @ShemSeger I did, the local paper and my organisation covered it in detail. I will be blogging about it in a few days and Urban Times will also cover the story. I walked into the National Park from a local town using the network of accommodation huts and began ascending on the second day. The climb is quite treacherous without via Ferrata kit although approximately half of us were in simple hiking gear (without hard hats, ropes, belays or via Ferrata harnesses). The danger was evident when I had to help secure a girl at the summit for a helilift who had broken her arm. – Venture2099 Dec 27 '14 at 7:04
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    All in all Triglav is accessible, cheap and a fantastic experience with stunning views and exposure. – Venture2099 Dec 27 '14 at 7:05
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    @Venture2099: Glad that you completed the climb. May be you can frame an answer from your experiences there. It would be great and helpful. – WedaPashi Jun 15 '15 at 18:46
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    Hi Venture2099! I agree with @WedaPashi. The site would be very interested in your trip. Even if you quote something from your blog, it would be fun, and maybe not too much work on your part. (It would also get this question out of the unanswered category, which a lot of people never look at!) – Sue Feb 24 at 23:33

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