Triglav Lakes Lodge

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Triglav Lakes Lodge
Koča pri Triglavskih jezerih
Triglavska jezera 2009 09 3.JPG
Highest point
Elevation 1,685 m (5,528 ft)
Coordinates 46°19′7″N 13°46′46″E / 46.31861°N 13.77944°E / 46.31861; 13.77944Coordinates: 46°19′7″N 13°46′46″E / 46.31861°N 13.77944°E / 46.31861; 13.77944
Geography
Triglav Lakes Lodge is located in Slovenia
Triglav Lakes Lodge
Triglav Lakes Lodge
Parent range Julian Alps
The Triglav Lakes Lodge in the winter, Double Lake in front

The Triglav Lakes Lodge (Slovene: Koča pri Triglavskih jezerih)[1] (1685 m) is a mountain lodge between Double Lake (Dvojno jezero) and the artificial Lake Močivec (jezero Močivec) below Mount Tičarica in the heart of the Julian Alps, northwestern Slovenia. The first structure was built in 1880 by an Austrian hiking club. In 1955 and 1988, it was rebuilt and expanded. It has four dining rooms with 150 seats, 13 rooms with 30 beds, and 13 larger sleeping rooms with 170 bunks. The lodge is open from the end of June until the start of October

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  • Slovenska planinska pot, Planinski vodnik, PZS, 2012, Milenko Arnejšek - Prle, Andraž Poljanec ISBN 978-961-6870-04-7

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