Triglav Climber's Log
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|Lud||Route Climbed: Vrata valley-Triglavski Dom Date Climbed: Sept 2001|
|Started for Aljazev dom at 18:00 and reached Triglavski Dom at 22:30. Despite of the dark we enjoyed the exceptional route up. Although it was windy and cloudy on the next day, about 200 people summited, and surprisingly there was no any incident however the route is full with bottle-necks.|
|Posted Jun 16, 2003 6:35 am|
|Damir Mesec||Route Climbed: Valley of Vrata,Trail Prag, Kredarica,Summit Date Climbed: 07.08.2001.|
|We started at 5:30 AM at the valley of vrata.|
We used the trail over prag. Trail is PD(UIAA I-II)
Me and my friend Slobodan Mizdrak reached the summit in just 3 hours and 10 minutes.
On descent was many crowd so it was sticky and little more dangerous but everything was passed ok.
Triglav, see you next year!
|Posted Sep 13, 2002 4:08 am|
|Erik Van Genechten||Route Climbed: Krma valley, via Kredarica Date Climbed: 10 February 2002|
|Excellent conditions. See Trip Report for details.|
|Posted Aug 21, 2002 3:35 am|
|Velebit||Route Climbed: from Krma valley via Kredarica hut |
Date Climbed: Apr 7, 2002
|I've been on Triglav (2864 m) 5 times so far, from all sides.|
Last time it was on 7th of April 2002. On the 6th we came from Zagreb to Krma valley (usuall winter approach) and climbed to Kredarica hut (2515 m) in 4.30h. At around 1700 meters we broke free out of low clouds and were greeted by cristal clear blue sky's. As clouds develop quickly in the mountains it started to snow and Triglav was in the clouds later in the afternoon. Temperature was -8 degrees Celsius.
Morning was cristal clear again, without a single cloud, temperature -10 degrees Celsius. Perfect conditions. We put on crampons, took ice axes and reached summit in 2 hours. It wasn't to tough because there wasn't much snow in the cliffs of Triglav so pegs and steel ropes were clear. It was cold on the summit but without wind so we spent an hour on the top. From Kredarica we skied down on our shoes to Krma valley in only 2 hours (4 hours descent in summer).
|Posted Aug 8, 2002 4:51 am|