Slovenia is a truly sporty nation, with nation’s highest mountain Mt. Triglav on the national flag and very high number of Olympic medals per capita. Hiking culture is deeply rooted in Slovenian blood. With bright and fresh rivers, emerald green lakes and pristine mountains, Slovenia is a truly great place for all adrenaline and nature loves. We invite you to get to know the best adrenaline experiences that Slovenia has to offer.
World’s steepest zipline, Planica
If you’re a fan of ski jumping, you’ve heard of Planica, the highest ski jump in the world and a place, where the first men flew over 200 meters. Planica ski jump offers an extremely fun zipline experience, that is the steepest in the world, 566 meters long and offers a speed up to 85 km/h. Views of the Tamar valley and nearby Kranjska Gora on one side and Italian border on the other are priceless. And the best part? If you’re really into flying, you can upgrade your experience with a wind tunnel, that will truly make you feel like a bird (even if just for a minute or two).
Rafting Soca river, Bovec
Bovec is Slovenia’s adrenaline capital, with great views of Slovenia’s Julian Alps. The Soca river is known for its magical colors and whitewater sports are of a world-class quality: rafting, canyoning, canoeing, just name it. If you’re into caving, paragliding, skydiving, hiking (trails are really well marked) or zipline, Bovec is the place to be. And the best part? It is a truly zen place, close to world’s best female chef Ana Ros, with her restaurant house Franko in the nearby Kobarid.
Ice climbing in Gozd Martuljek
From all the fun winter activities out there, we believe that ice climbing is the one that will make your heart beat the fastest. Frozen waterfalls in Gozd Martuljek and under Prisank mountain offer a lot of fun for beginners and don’t worry – safety comes first of course and it is not as hard as it looks. And the best part? 10 minutes away you will enjoy skiing, winter sunbathing, dog sledding, ice carving, snow shoeing or simply playing with the snow. Welcome to the winter wonderland!