Via ferrata Aljaževa pot – Mojstrana (B) Slovenia

Located above the picturesque alpine town of Mojstrana, nestled at the entrance of the Vrata valley, lie two adventurous via ferrata routes leading up to the summit of Grančišče peak at 844m. Along the way, you’ll be treated to breathtaking vistas of the Julian Alps and Karawanks. In this guide, we’ll focus on Aljaževa pot, which is the more accessible of the two paths.


Grade: Bview topo
Vertical: 180m ferrata, 205m total
Time: 10min approach, 1h ferrata, 30min descent, 1h40min total
Access / Parking: 46.4588,13.9367Google Maps or any Android maps app
Start via ferrata: 46.4583, or any Android maps app
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We reach the town of Mojstrana, located between Kranjska Gora and Jesenice, accessible via road 201 and a scenic bike path adjacent to it, safely separated from vehicular traffic. Paid parking facilities are conveniently located near the Slovenian Alpine Museum, from where you can also rent via ferrata equipment.

Approach to start

Proceed along the main road for approximately two minutes, then take a sharp right turn, following the signs indicating the via ferrata route.

The route

Constructed to modern specifications, the route ascends to the summit of Grančišče (844 m) and intersects with the more challenging variant, Pot mojstranških veveric, on several occasions. The endpoint of the route and the summit are distinguished by a miniature Aljaž tower (Aljažev stolp), housing a logbook within.


Follow the trail markings and return to the starting point in approximately 30 minutes. Avoid descending via any of the via ferrata routes.

Good to know

  • Closed during Winter from November 1st to April 1st.
  • You can combine the routes in Mojstrana with ferratas Hvadnik and Jerm`n in nearby Gozd Martuljek.

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