Laying just inside the Northeastern corner of Italy and stretching into Slovenia, a large part of this range of Southern Limestone Alps is within the Triglav National Park. Slovenia’s only national park and one of Europe’s oldest, it takes its name from the three-headed mountain that dominates the massif at 2,864m. Our trip began at Dover, crossing France, Belgium, Germany and Austria with a short stay in Salzburg. We followed the Salzach River out of the city, loosely shadowing the route of the Alpe-Adria Radweg — a permanent long-distance cycle trail running to Grado on the Adriatic Sea — to Villach before crossing into northern Slovenia via the quiet Wurzenpass route.
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