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Slovenia: Julian Alps – A Land of Clear Rivers, Waterfalls, and White Summits
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The Julian Alps have their own charm, which is dominated by white limestone, because of it the mountains are unnaturally white. If you like an action holiday, you are in the right place. Slovenia offers various challenging treks, such as in the valley of the river Soča or a hike to the Vršič saddle, but also rafting, ferrata, parachuting and the longest zipline in Europe. And what about the hike to Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia. You will definitely not regret the visits.
Text and video: Matouš Vinš
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