Mountain peak in Slovenia
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Mountain peak Raduha is a dispersed settlement on the southern slopes of Mount Raduha in the Municipality of Luce in Slovenia.
Traditionally the area belonged to the region of Styria and is now included in the Savinja statistical region.
The Raduha, at an elevation of 2062 meters, is a very popular mountain among the hikers. Through the process of deepening its river bed, the River Savinja separated it from the rest of the Kamnisko-Savinjske Alps massif, which is why the Raduha is famous for a beautiful view from its top.
Mountain peak Triglav is with its elevation of 2,864 metres (9,396 ft) the highest mountain in Slovenia and the highest peak of the Julian Alps. The mountain is the preeminent symbol of the Slovene nation.
It is the centerpiece of Triglav National Park, Slovenia's only national park. Slovenia mountain peak TRIGLAV - the King of the Julian Alps.
Triglav is the center of the spectacular Triglav National Park, which occupies the area between Bled, Kranjska Gora, Bovec, Kobarid, Tolmin and Bohinj. This fantastic natural treasure offers infinite possibilities for activities in nature and is a major magnet for all seekers of mountain adventures, hidden gorges, crystal clear streams and rivers, vivid waterfalls and tranquil spots in fresh air.
Mountain peak Skrlatica, historically also known as Suhi plaz ("Dry Avalanche"), is a mountain in the Slovenian Julian Alps.
With its summit at 2,740 m above sea level, it is the second highest peak in Slovenia (after Triglav at 2,864 m) and the third highest in the Julian Alps as a whole (after Triglav and Jof di Montasio / Montaz at 2,754 m).
If Triglav is "the king", then Škrlatica is "the queen". The second highest Slovene mountain "reigns" north above the Vrata valley and it constantly flirts with the Triglav north wall, which glows on the opposite side. Vrata Valley. On the main road 'Jesenice – Kranjska Gora' a signpost guides you to the left towards Mojstrana. Follow the signposts for Vrata and carry on from Mojstrana for about 10 km to a large parking lot in front of 'Aljazev Dom' hut at the end of the road.
Mountain peak Pohorje, also known as the Pohorje Massif or the Pohorje Mountains, is a densely wooded, low mountain range in northern Slovenia. The highland is roughly bounded by the triangle formed by the towns of Maribor (to the east), Dravograd (to the west) and Slovenske Konjice (to the south).
It measures about 50 km (31 mi) from east to west and 30 km (19 mi) from north to south. Excellent ski slopes, first-class wellness-spa centres, beautiful natural surroundings and local Stajerska parties all in the immediate vicinity of Maribor, the second biggest city in Slovenia.
Mountain peak Mangart or Mangrt is a mountain in the Julian Alps, located on the border between Italy and Slovenia. With an elevation of 2,679 metres (8,789 ft), it is after Triglav and Škrlatica the third-highest peak in Slovenia. It was first ascended in 1794 by the naturalist Franz von Hohenwart.
Mangart is also the name of the mountain range between the Koritnica Valley and the Mangart Valley, with the highest peak Veliki Mangart (Big Mount Mangart).
Mangart saddle: on the road 'Bovec - Predel border crossing' turn right onto a marked road towards Mangart saddle (just before Predel). The road has a fee (5 eur); it is narrow and takes you right to the foothill of Mangart at 2050 altitude meters. Park at the highest point of the road.
Mountain peak Stol is the highest mountain in the Karavanke mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps.
Its peak is known as Hochstuhl (German for 'High Chair') or Veliki Stol (Slovene for 'Great Chair') and has the elevation of 2,236 m (7,336 ft).
In the majority of the panoramic pictures of Bled, the background is dominated by Mt. Stol, the highest peak in the Karavanke range. The usual starting point for hikes up to its summit is the Valvasor mountain hut (1181 m), which is accessible by car via a forest road. Ascents can also be started down in Završnica or even in Zirovnica (10 km from Bled), although the whole trip is very long from there and requires a good level of fitness.
Mountain peak Jalovec is a mountain in the Julian Alps. With an elevation of 2,645 m, it is the sixth-highest peak in Slovenia. It stands between the Tamar, Koritnica, and Trenta Alpine valleys.
Nearby peaks include Mangart to the west, Travnik and Mojstrovka to the east, and Ponce to the north. Because of its legendary shape, which shows above Tamar valley, Jalovec is also known as Crystal Mountain. Matterhorn of Slovenia is ever present in books, posters or postcards. Its silhouette proudly decorates the logo of Slovenian Mountaineering Association.
Mountain peak Razor (2,601 metres (8,533 ft)) is a pyramidal mountain in the Julian Alps and the sixth-highest mountain in Slovenia.
First ascended by Otto Sendtner in 1842, it is now frequently ascended, with numerous mountain huts available for climbers.
Razor is one of the most important peaks of Julian Alps. It is high, sharp, beautiful from all sides, mighty, surrounded with high walls. Julius Kugy, famous explorer of the Julian Alps called it The Royal of Julian Alps. Kranjska Gora and its panorama would not be the same without it and Prisojnik. Some say that Triglav (2864m) is most beautiful from Razor.
Mountain peak The Kanin or Canin is a mountain in the Julian Alps on the border of Slovenia and Italy.
Its highest summit (Visoki Kanin, or Monte Canin Alto) is at 2,587 m above sea level. It separates the upper Soca valley in Slovenia from the Resia valley in Italy.
On the Slovenian part of the mountain, which is part of the Bovec municipality, there is an important ski resort, the highest in the country.
Mountain peak Prisojnik or Prisank is a mountain in the Julian Alps in Slovenia. Its summit is at 2,547 m above sea level. Prisojnik is a majestic stretched out mountain, which shows its huge north wall towards Kranjska Gora and Vrsic pass. Two marked and secured climbing routes (via ferratas) lead across it and offer both challenge and pleasure only to skilled mountaineers.
Mountain peak Spik is a mountain in Slovenian Julian Alps. Its summit is at 2,472 m (8110 feet) above sea level. The mountain's name is a cognate of the English "spike," derived from its pointed shape. The 'pointy' Mt. Spik feeds the imagination of all those who drive through the village of Gozd Martuljek. You will undoubtedly notice its pointy summit, which shows itself proudly from the north side. Only alpinists tackle it from that side, whereas hikers approach it from the west – from Velika Pisnica valley.
Mountain peak Boc, also called the Triglav of Slovene Styria (after Triglav, the highest mountain of Slovenia), is a 978-metre-high (3,209 ft) mountain in eastern Slovenia.
It belongs to the municipalities of Poljcane (the peak) and Rogaska Slatina (southern slope).
Boc, which is among the southernmost extensions of the Karawanks mountain ridge, is the central mountain of the Boc–Donatus Mountain Landscape Park.
Mountain peak Sneznik The plateau has two peaks, separated by a pass. Its lower peak, Little Mount Sneznik (Slovene: Mali Sneznik), has an elevation of 1,688 metres (5,538 ft).
Its higher peak, Big Mount Sneznik (Veliki Sneznik) has an elevation of 1,796 metres (5,892 ft).
Sneznik is the highest mountain of southern Slovenia. A bare summit, which rises above the land of bears, wolves and lynxes offers excellent view - from Kvarner Bay (Rijeka) and Slovene sea all the way to the Alps and Ljubljana. There is a little mountain hut just below the summit. The popular starting point is a lovely hamlet of holiday houses (Sviscaki) and the majority of hikers ascend directly to Veliki Sneznik, but you can also make a much less visited detour across Mali Sneznik.
Mountain peak Mount Porezen is a mountain in the Alps located in Slovenia. It is the highest summit of the Slovenian Prealps. Porezen is known for its very wide view and lush flora. Here you can find some very beautiful alpine plants: short-haired santwort, Pannonian gentian, auricula and alpine sea holly, also called "queen of the mountains". The view stretches as far as the eye can see, over the most interesting mountaineering parts of Slovenia, including the Skofja Loka, Polhov Gradec and Idrija hills, the Trnovo forest, Nanos, Javornik and Sneznik.
Mountain peak Slavnik At 1,028 metres (3,373 ft) high, Slavnik is one of the highest peaks of the Slovenian Istria. It is part of the Cicarija landscape.
Tuma Hut on Slavnik, named after the mountaineer Henrik Tuma (sl), stands about 10 metres (33 ft) below its peak. At its peak stands a broadcast transmitter.
Mountain peak Grintovec At 2,558 metres (8,392 ft) high, Grintovec is the highest mountain in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps. It is a popular location for hiking, climbing and skiing.
The first recorded ascent was in 1759 by the botanist Giovanni Antonio Scopoli. The 'pointy' Mt. Grintovec is the highest peak of Kamnik-Savinja Alps and is quite easy to access from the south across its 'roof' which can be seen from the whole Ljubljana basin. The altitude difference is quite significant, so you have to be reasonably fit to do it in one day or stay for a night in 'Cojzova Koca' hut at 'Kokrško Sedlo' saddle
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