Slovenia, including Monte Zoncolan
2nd September - 9th September£1695
This cycle tour of Slovenia will showcase the absolute best riding in the Julian Alps. Slovenia is a stunning small country sandwiched between Italy, Croatia, Hungary and Austria.
Messrs Roglic and Pogacar have certainly helped to put this beautiful nation on the map.
Our six days of riding will include the beautiful lakes at Bled and Bohinj before heading to the cobbled climb of Vrsic that climbs out of Kranjska Gora.
We’ll enjoy the beautiful Soca valley and move on to the highest and most challenging climb in Slovenia, the Mangart Saddle.
The latter part of this trip will see us ride into Italy with brief sorties into Austria too.
Monte Zoncolan will be our final day challenge, with its 10 kilometres at a 12 per cent gradient – a tough finale to this dramatically beautiful tour.
Details of each day’s route for this tour will appear here soon.
Each day of the tour will involve 80 – 120kms of riding with 1500 – 2500m of climbing.
As with all of our tours adventurous riders will always have the opportunity to do more if required!
During the Slovenia tour, riding distances won’t be huge, but the climbing will sometimes be very steep.
Monte Zoncolan and several other climbs on this tour will provide a significant challenge to any level of rider.
The main prerequisites for the Slovenia Trip are that you come prepared and are happy to ride for 5-6 hours each day.
Most riders on this trip will have already ridden in high mountains, but not always.
As is always the case, please contact us to find out if this trip suits you.
- 6 days of fully supported rides (mechanical assistance, vehicle support, guides).
- 7 nights of accommodation, twin share, in a combination of Agriturismo and 3/4 star hotel accommodation.
- Breakfast and dinner are included on all days.
- Transfers to and from Venice Marco Polo Airport.
- Energy drink powder, bananas, and pastries are available at all times on the rides.
- Alpine Cadence bidon with a complimentary pack of bars and gels.
What we don’t include
- Travel insurance.
Contact us to learn more or to book.
Flights into Venice Marco Polo Airport on Saturday should land before 1400 to leave the airport at around 1500.
Transfer time from the airport at the beginning of the tour is around 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Departure from Venice Marco Polo Airport on the final Saturday of the trip should ideally depart at 12 midday or later.
Transfer time at the end of the trip is around 1 hour 45 mins.
There is also the possibility of transferring from and to Treviso or Trieste airports.
Talk to us before booking flights to ensure they work conveniently with our transfer times.
Please contact us to find out more or to make a booking.