Triglav National Park

In 1924, the Triglav National Park was the first part of Slovenia to be proclaimed a nature reserve. Located in the Valley of the Seven Triglav Lakes, it occupies 84,805 hectares of land stretching from the altitude of 2864 metres at the top of our highest mountain peak Triglav down to Tolminska korita just 180 metres above the sea level.

This nature reserve was established to preserve the exceptional natural and cultural heritage of the area for future generations. Therefore, a special code of conduct applies to everyone entering the park. Littering and gathering rare alpine flowers is forbidden, while specially designated places are provided for camping, parking and making campfires.


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