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Multipitch Climbing in Gradiška Tura (500 m, Δ=250 m, 3 hours)
Planina Krnica (Krnica Alp) (1252 m, Δ=650 m, 4 hours)
Lake Krn (Krnsko jezero) (1394 m, Δ=820 m, 4 hours)
Kobilja glava (1475 m, Δ=430 m, 2.5 hours)
Triglav North Face (2500 m, Δ=1500 m, 10 hours)
Climbing the central part of the enormous Triglav North Face was considered one of the big problems of the Eastern Alps in the late 1800s until three Austrian climbers managed to climb the German Route (Nemška Smer) in 1907.
Today, the Triglav North Face is much more accessible. Every summer, hundreds of mountaineers climb Slovenian Route (Slovenska Smer), including foreign Prime Ministers during state visits, and dozens of roped teams climb other more accessible routes, including German and Bavarian routes.
Lačna, Kuk and Kvirik (497 m, Δ=500 m, 4 hours)
Lačna from Gračišče (451 m, Δ=150 m, 1.5 hour)
Exploring the Ressel Trail (20 km, Δ=730 m)
Mala Mojstrovka (2332 m, Δ=720 m, 4 hours)
Nad Šitom Glava (2087 m, Δ=480 m, 3 hours)
Javorniki Ridge from Rakov Škocjan (33.8 km, Δ=840 m)
If you love biking on gravel roads through beech forests (autumn colors could be beautiful), the Javorniki ridge might be just what you'’re looking for.
For everyone else: the ascent is pretty steep, and there are no views. Try Slivnica.