Ski Touring in the Julian Alps

Any level
5 days
All ages
1–6 people

Spend a week touring the beautiful Julian Alps, where pristine powder and rich cultural history will make for the adventure of a lifetime.

What to know before you go skiing in Slovenia:

The collision of four major European geographical units has created a very invigorating landscape, much of it thickly forested. More than a third of the country’s area is protected. There’s the most mountainous region in the north where the Alps begin. The Julian Alps and the Kamnik-Savinja Alps have many stunning peaks. The peaks of the Karavanke, the mountains bordering Austria, are less severe. 

The base for this skiing tour is Kranjska Gora. From here you’ll have tons of runs available within. 

Where we are
Class Location
Kranjska Gora
Meeting Location
Kranjska Gora
What's included
  • The price includes 6x halfboard accommodation
  • We stay at a cozy family run pension in Bled, with BB and dinner at our favorite local restaurant!
  • 5 skiing days
  • IFMGA professional guide
  • Avalanche safety equipment (shovel, beacon, probe)
  • All transfers and all technical equipment (ice axe, crampons, ropes, harnesses)

Not included in the price:

  • Airfare
  • Lunches and ski lift tickets (if needed)
  • We'll be in contact once you've booked your trip!
Why book through 57hours?

We’re an adventure loving, rock climbing, tech company that loves all things outdoors-y. Why spend days looking for the right guide and adrenaline rush, when we can (and already did) do it for you? Want a serious guide for a challenging climb? We know a bunch. How about a guide to show you around the Alps? Check. Maybe your kids want to climb and won’t stop going on about it until you book them a trip. Yes, we know guides who are great for beginners, too. Oh, yeah, every guide we know prioritizes SAFETY and FUN. Book with 57hours, we’ve done your work for you. You’re welcome.

Guides running this program

Rok Zalokar

Rok is an IMFGA mountain guide, instructor for future guides and a member of the technical community with the Mountain Guiding Association in Slovenia. He is a well respected heliski guide with years of experience working in Europe and Alaska, both guiding and educating.

Rok is a member of Pieps pro team, a part of the job that gives him inside knowledge in avalanche education and getting in touch with latest state of the art safety equipment. He has been educating individuals and professionals such as mountain rescue teams and the military about avalanche safety and rescue procedures for the past 5 years.

He grew up in Slovenia with the magnificent Julian Alps as his backyard. At age 13 he was climbing big walls. He was skiing steeps at 15. And at 17, he started expeditions to the Himalayas.

Rok put up a new route on an unclimbed 7070m high Janak mountain in the Himalayas and he has completed several climbing expeditions in Peru, Kyrgyzstan, Patagonia Tibet, Nepal, and India.

He has been guiding in the Alps, Scandinavia, Asia and Alaska, but in the past few years he found his passion in taking his guests to the less explored beautiful mountains of Balkan region and his home, the Julian Alps

Mitja Šorn

Mitija was born in Jesenice, Slovenia. He’s a UIAGM mountain guide, ski instructor and sports teacher and the current president of the Slovenian Mountain Guide Association.

He’s still the only guide who can make a living working exclusively in Slovenia! Mitja climbs Triglav more than 25 times per year, which means he’s have climbed the most famous peak in his country over 200 times.

If you want to climb or ski in Slovenian mountains he’s the perfect choice for you. He guides via ferrata, rock climbing, snow climbing, ice climbing, hikes, heliski, freeride skiing and ski touring.

Slovenia has excellent options for all of these activities, so take a look at his trips and find something for yourself.

He speaks English, German, Italian and Spanish.