Mount Triglav is the highest mountain in Slovenia and the Slovenes are extremely proud of it. Hugh Morris, a travel news editor and an extreme traveller, tells about his trip to the Triglav’s summit, peering over the rest of Slovenia from a vantage point of 2,864 metres above sea level. Its peak of grubby grey colour resembles a sleeping beast. Few people are as proud of a mountain as the Slovenians are of their Triglav. Hugh made his first trip to Triglav from the mountain hut in a group of other climbers guided by Jerry. Their route ran through the Triglav National Park and some of the most picturesque landscapes he had ever seen in his life. In his article Hugh tells about the most interesting and difficult moments of his ascension. These recommendations will help a lot of those who may once dare to conquer this world’s most noble and beautiful mountain.