GregaOwner and guide
Tourism and sports are the two things Grega loves the most. Thirty years ago when MTB in Slovenia was still developing, Grega was already competing in XC and falling in love with biking. After graduating at Faculty of Tourism in Portoroz, Grega was employed as a marketing manager in Bohinj and later as instructor and programme manager at Vocational College for Catering and Tourism Bled, teaching students the art of guiding and guest entertainment. During his time in school the idea of Hike&Bike came up and Grega put his heart and soul in it. “I love the concept of being active, explore new places and enjoy a good meal at the end of the day” Grega says and if you like to do the same make sure you join Grega on one of his guided tours.
MajaOwner and accommodation specialist
Maja has been involved in tourism all her life, due to the fact that she spent all her childhood in Bohinj valley getting in contact with guests from all over the world. Maja loves to spend time in nature and especially in the forest. This is the reason why she decided to gain special knowledge about it. As an ANFT certified forest guide Maja will take you on a tour where you will have the chance to experience the forest and really connect with the nature. In her free time Maja loves to hike in the Julian Alps or ride her gravel bike in Bohinj valley. If you are thinking of coming to Bohinj and Julian Alps Maja is definitely the person you should contact.
Be active with us
Whether it is winter or summer Hike&Bike offers you the perfect activity in Slovenia. Hike with us in the Triglav national park, go for a bike ride with us in Bled, Bohinj and the Julian Alps and most of all be active on your vacation. We will take you on the secret spots where you will enjoy amazing views, local cuisine and experience the Slovenian Alps. We offer guided day hiking and cycling tours as well as guided multi-day and self-guided tours in Slovenia.
We are based in the north-west of Slovenia, more precisely in Bohinj valley that is a part of the Julian Alps. The area is located in the Triglav National Park that carries the name after the highest mountain of Slovenia, mt. Triglav. Julian Alps are our home and this is just one of the facts that guarantees amazing hiking and biking experience.
HIKE&BIKE MISSION STATEMENT
To feel the nature on your vacation and explore environment, culture and life of an area in a sustainable way.
We want to become leading travel agency in the Julian Alps that offers clients unique experiences of cycling and hiking in the mountains.
ENVIRONMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE CERTIFICATES
Travelife, which has been established with the support of the European Commission, is the leading international sustainability certification for the travel sector. More than 35 national travel associations are promoting the scheme to their members including ABTA, The British Travel Association and PATA, the Pacific Asian Travel Association. Since 2012, more than 600 Asian companies have been trained in CSR with the support of the Dutch government CBI program. They are now working step- by-step towards more sustainable operations.
The Green Scheme of Slovenian Tourism (GSST) is a tool developed at the national level and a certification programme that carries out the following tasks under the SLOVENIA GREEN umbrella brand:
- brings together all efforts directed towards the sustainable development of tourism in Slovenia,
- offers tools to destinations and service providers that enable them to evaluate and improve their sustainability endeavours
- and promotes these green endeavours through the Slovenia Green brand.
Triglav National Park quality certificate indicates that provider reaches high quality standards in the field of environment protection and sustainable development in touristic offer. Sustainable concept and acting with goals of the park is besides top quality offer the fact that separates the holders of the Triglav National Park quality certificate from the rest of the touristic providers located in the park.
1 - You ride on asphalt and wide gravel trails. You can manage your speed, your balance and the brakes.
2 - You are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack and gravel trails. You can control your balance uphill and downhill on gravel, rocks and roots.
3 - You have been cycling for a while and have ridden in different situations. You are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack which may include tight trees, mud, rocks, roots and sand.
4 - You have several years of riding experience on all types of terrain. You like the challenge and enjoy riding narrow technical single tracks. You are able to climb technical trails and not afraid to do little jumps for fun on downhill trails. You are confident in any conditions, terrains and exposure.
5 - You are a an experienced mountain biker and can ride on most technical terrain and trails.
1 - You are capable of riding for an average of 2 hours per day. You are capable of climbing up to 200 vertical meters in a day.
2 - You are capable of riding for an average of 3 hours per day. You are capable of climbing up to 400 vertical meters in a day.
3 - You are capable of riding for an average of 4 hours per day. You are capable of climbing up to 700 vertical meters in a day.
4 - You are capable of riding for an average of 4 - 6 hours per day. You are capable of climbing up to 1000 vertical meters in a day. You are capable of pushing your bike for 15 minutes.
5 - You are capable of riding for an average of 6 - 8 hours per day. You are capable of climbing up to 1200 vertical meters in a day. You are capable of pushing your bike for 30 minutes or more.