Areas & Ranges
Page Type: Area/Range
Julian Alps, Slovenia, Europe
46.38000°N / 13.85000°E
Hiking, Mountaineering, Trad Climbing, Sport Climbing, Via Ferrata, Skiing
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
9396 ft / 2864 m
Created/Edited: Nov 7, 2004 / Feb 9, 2013
Object ID: 153307
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The Purpose of This PageOn this page I would like to give an overview information of Triglav subgroup (Julian Alps), in order not to be repeated on all distinct summit pages. The map below links you to distinct summit pages on SummitPost! Regarding pictures and routes, this page is the place only for overall information.
General about Triglav Group
Triglav subgroup from the NE, from Karavanke range.
|Triglav Subgroup stands on the very NE part of Julian Alps, where these lower significantly to forehills (beyond Sava Bohinjka river) and to Gorenjska plane. Borders of the group are: Luknja pass - Vrata valley - Sava Dolinka valley - Sava Bohinjka valley - The Upper Bohinj valley - Voje valley - Mišeljska dolina (valley) - Hribarice plateau - Prehodavci Pass - Zadnjica valley - Luknja pass.|
All the highest peaks of this group are concentrated on its western part. In the central and southern part there's a broad high plateau, named Pokljuka, covered almost completely with beautiful forests and nice alpine meadows. On the NE part, beyond Radovna valley, there is a mountain range, or high plateau, named Mežaklja, which still belongs to Julian Alps, but its highest peak reaches only the altitude of 1593 m.
Some Geography and Characteristics of Mountains