3 hikers from 6 different congregations went to Mt Triglav (2864m), the highest mountain of the Julian Alps in Slovenia. We had our own meeting at an altitude of 2332m. Next morning after examining daily text we went to the top. We enjoyed good company and amazing nature. Rev. 4:11.
Climbing Mt Triglav (Slovenia). 'Nothing quite says ‘I’m a Slovene’ like climbing to the top of the country’s tallest mountain. Indeed, for Slovenes, it’s practically stamped in their passports once they’ve made the trek. The good news for the rest of us is that Mt Triglav is a challenging but accessible peak that just about anyone in decent shape can summit with an experienced guide.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/slovenia/sights/outdoors/triglav-national-park