Below the north face of Visevnik

Below the north face of Visevnik

Page Type Page Type: Route
Location Lat/Lon: 46.35000°N / 13.89000°E
Additional Information Route Type: Scramble and hiking
Additional Information Time Required: Most of a day
Additional Information Difficulty: Walk-up and easy climbing
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You come to the plateau Pokljuka from the Bled or from the Bohinj valley. With car you drive to the barracks on the Rudno polje. From Bled is 22 kilometers. On the barracks is a signpost with inscription Triglav. We follow that road to the small skiing area where we park by first ski lift.

a <---- Nice map of the area in the nearness of Mali Draski vrh.

Route Description

The SE slopes of Mali Draski vrh from below the north face of Visevnik.

You start walking by firts ski lift and continue to the second lift. If you go in Winter you will se here many skiiers and many tour skiiers too. When the second lift ends you walk over big forest ravine and soon you come on the crossing with two routes. The left route goes on Mali Draski vrh over the summit of Visevnik so you choose the right one.

You cross over the nice marked route first the east slopes of Visevnik and the come on the east ridge of Visevnik and you cross it on the place that is called Kacji rob. (Snake`s brink). Then you come below the north face and you start ascending on the Srenjski preval. Soon you come on the windy Srenjski preval and you se the SE slopes of Mali Draski vrh where the normal approach goes.

You start walking in its steep SE slopes over nice marked route. You must climb on some parts of the route but nothing too hard and soon you stand on the beautiful mountain.

You descend by the same route or you can take any other possibility.

Essential Gear

Good hiking shoes, in Winter season all other stuff.

Miscellaneous Info

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