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Rjavina & Kredarica from Triglav
View from Triglav (2864 m) towards Rjavina (2530 m) and Rz (2538 m). On the plateau below is Kredarici (2515 m) hut. Valley on the right is Krma, while behind is Karavanke range.

Photo: Aleksandar Gospic

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Den Arkin SmithThanks for this picture!

Den Arkin Smith

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I am wondering what is your opinion about the plan, that we (a friend, my father and me) are going to try Triglav in the winter (early february)

Many thanks!

Den
Posted Dec 16, 2006 7:45 am

VelebitRe: Thanks for this picture!

Velebit

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You welcome Den! It all depends of your skills and conditions. Triglav is tough in winter with very steep snowy slopes and no security pegs or cables. If you are not experienced in this kind of terrain I wouldn't recommend it. If you are then go for it :-)
Posted Dec 17, 2006 1:22 am

Den Arkin Smiththanks for the assistance!

Den Arkin Smith

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The only thing I want to avoid is a 1-1,5m deep powder snow, and so thus the risk of avalanches. Any other way we hope to succeed.
Triglav is one of our early plan. But browsing some of SP images about Julian Apls and other nearby located mountain ranges wintery sight made me a bit frightened. A have never seen so much snow!!! :)

Thanks for your assistance!

Den
Posted Dec 17, 2006 11:48 am

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VelebitSubmitted by Velebit
on Aug 8, 2002 4:19 am

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Lat/Lon: 46.38330°N / 13.85000°E
Object Title: Rjavina & Kredarica from Triglav

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