In the Julian Alps
, there are about 150 two-thousand-metre peaks, of which 25 reach over 2,500 metres
. Of course, the great Triglav northern face
is among them.
You can choose between many different directions
of various complexity, among which the ‘Sphinx path’
is the most renowned and the most technically demanding. Along the rocky path called the ‘Zlatorog shelves’
you can cross the wall along its entire width of three kilometres.
If you are a less experienced climber, the German
and Slovenian directions
are more suitable for you.