Many texts describe Slovenia as an Alpine country or a country on the sunny side of the Alps.
Three mountain ranges cross Slovenia: the Julian Alps, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps and the Karavanke, which, together with the lower hills and hills, draw an exceptional relief. With its 2,864 m, the highest peak, Triglav, offers a view of the whole of Slovenia, all the way to the sea. You can find it in the far northwest of the country. The first connecting mountain trail in the Alps, the 616-kilometre-long Slovenian mountain trail, which connects 80 peaks between Maribor and Debeli rtič along the Coast, also runs through Triglav. Between more than 10,000 km of mountain trails and more than 5,000 km of walking and themed routes, every hiker can choose the most suitable one for themselves and enjoy endless views.