Julian Alps


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Julian Alps

A range of the eastern Alps in Slovenia and northeast Italy. The heavily forested range rises to 2,864 m (9,396 ft).

Julian Alps

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(Placename) a mountain range in Slovenia: an E range of the Alps

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a range of the Alps in NW Slovenia. Highest peak, 9394 ft. (2863 m).
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Like Slovakia (and don't confuse the two, though it is easy to do so) it is a tremendous holiday location, offering ramblers a network of trails in the Julian Alps.
Along with the area's ski potential, it also has some of the most impressive mountain scenery in Europe - particularly in Bohinj, part of the Julian Alps.
The company also offers a winter package, which includes nine days for skiing and hiking in the Slovenian Julian Alps.
I'm a few kilometres away from the peak of the Matajur, part of the mountain range in the Julian Alps bordering Italy and Slovenia.
Just 45 minutes from the capital Ljubljana, the town enjoys views of the snow-capped Julian Alps and 9,396ft Mount Triglav, the country's highest peak.
IN A NUTSHELL: One of the newer EU countries is undoubtedly one of the prettiest - and the prettiest part is the spectacular Julian Alps - all jagged snow-capped rock, tranquil lakes and lush green flower-filled meadows in the valleys.
Services of a tour representative 8 days from PS739 The Slovenian Alps, Lake Bled, Trieste & Venice Departs 15, 22 September 2014 A tasty combination of Italian coast with three nights on the coast near Venice, and Slovenian mountains with four nights amid the scenery of the Julian Alps, taking in Lake Bled, James Joyce's Trieste, and historic Udine.
Hidden in a verdant meadow in Slovenia's Triglav National Park, Pristava Lepena is a cluster of chalet-style cabins heavy on rustic charm and surrounded by the spectacular peaks of the Julian Alps.
In tiny Montenegro, they will witness bare mountains plunging into the sea at the Bay of Kotor, before journeying inland to Slovenia, a country of emerald meadows, clear lakes, and towering Julian Alps.
Nowhere is that more evident than Bled, where the glacial lake shelters underneath the towering peaks of the Julian Alps and Karavanke mountain range.
We feature a host of popular destinations in Catalonia and Andalucia in mainland Spain, The Balearic Islands, Tuscany, the Val d'Aosta, the Isle of Elba, Lake Iseo and Lake Maggiore in Italy, South West France, the Pyrenees in Andorra, the Mazurian Lakes in Poland, the Julian Alps in Slovenia the Harz mountains and Lower Bavaria in Germany as well as the Algarve in Portugal, the Canary Islands, Crete and North and South Cyprus.