Julian Alps are not the highest, but certainly one of the most beautiful. Major part lies in Slovenia as the highest mountains of the country. Part of it then also extends to Italy. Important Slovenian rivers Soča and Sava rise here. White limestone rocks contrast with green meadows, which form in some places literally botanical gardens. Just swing through few mountain passes to the central part withTriglav(2864 m) and you stand in the middle of an arid stony wasteland. During summer water is the most valuable thing here. You can tell if you head this way with us on a five-day hike over the Julians. The trek requires average fitness of tourists. All you bear are your clothes and one-day food and drink. All the rest you find at huts for our overnight stay.