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As the bond between humans and their pets grows stronger, more individuals are seeking ways to include their furry friends in their adventurous pursuits. Canyoning, with its thrilling combination of rappelling down waterfalls, navigating through narrow gorges, and plunging into natural pools, presents a unique challenge when considering the feasibility of bringing along a canine companion. This opens a question, if it's possible to bring a dog on a canyoning tour. Well to be honest - not really....

30 million years ago the Alps have risen from Tetys Ocean and forever changed the face of Europe. They stand before us today with only half of its original height. Avalanches and glaciers have transformed the outlook of the entire mountain range throughout its turbulent history. But the Alps are still losing their height and it might just be that one day they will vanish. In times of great glaciation the mighty Alpine landscape was cut by more than 1,000 glaciers. This epic event formed mountain lakes and rivers....

Once upon a time the Alps were twice as high as today. Mountains were rising 6.000 meters upon the wild landscape. But what has happened that the entire mountain range then lost almost half of its height? And where the hell has all that material disappeared? Limestone is a fragile material. To be honest, fish bones and shrimp carapaces are not exactly some solid volcanic rock. And, if we add an extreme weather forecast for another millennium, good old gravity and few violent earthquakes, we get … landslides. Sediment layers collapse with turbulent force to the valley and on their...

Soča valley lies in the lap of the Julian Alps. Breathtaking landscape of green meadows and forests, white mountain peaks and emerald waters, draws our life as idyllic as to some sweet advertisement for Milka chocolate. Yet the Alps are one of the most dynamic and the most dangerous mountain ranges in the world. Home to some of Europe’s highest mountains, longest glaciers and the most steep slopes. World, where mountains literally collapse into themselves. Yes, if Alps were some rock band all their concerts would be sold out at least until the end of this geological period....

The land of the Trenta valley and the surrounding mountains are called Zlatorog’s kingdom. It was once a flourishing paradise that was devastated by a golden horned chamois. You should take time to visit the Trenta valley when in Bovec. It still is magical. But first read Zlatorog’s story … In Kranjska Gora by the Jasna Lake you can find a statue of Zlatorog surrounded by high mountains and beautiful views of Triglav National Park....