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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by yatsek » Wed Oct 13, 2010 11:17 am

borutb wrote:
yatsek wrote:BTW A little quiz: Which of these do you hate most?
1 Euros
2 Playing an instrument which is not your fav
3 Playing music when you're not feeling like it
4 Playing some music you don't like
5 Playing when you're not on Mrzla gora
6 Playing when you're not on Planjava
:?: :wink:

Well yats, you'll first have to tell me more about yourself.
In terms of background, education...

This place is about mountains. And I am qualified, certified...

How qualified are you to ask me such questions?
What I respect are facts of climbing. That's what we are talking about, here. No white collar BS.

Yats, I don't think you're a Polish Messner or so, so please take it easy.

BK

Boruta,
I am taking it easy - to make sure, I was just joking :D
I think you are taking it easy/joking too but I must admit I'm not sure. :lol: So are you? I thought you felt like talking but if I was mistaken, and you only want to talk to Messners, it's OK with me. I'm just a scrambler and proud of it. :wink:

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by yatsek » Wed Oct 13, 2010 1:41 pm

What a relief!
:D :lol: :D

1 The "owner" inactive for over two years now – lost interest in SP (if hasn't crossed the heaven's door yet). In either case he's one of the few who's not likely to commit suicide. :shock:
1a Prices/links (well, there's just one link) may have changed too

2 The overview may be good enough for an album, but IMO just a couple of lines saying that there's nice views is it's not enough to get certified :wink: to be proudly :D named "SP mtn/rock" page. Actually, I'd be in favour of another rule :oops: - saying that an overview must contain at least, say, a dozen dozens aka gross aka 144 words (about twice as much as the old Mrzla gora page)

3 Pieces like "some knowledge and experience of climbing" or "not hospitable peak: reasons are different (bad conditions, dangerous climbing, not secured path…)" tell a hiker/climber virtually nothing at all. Personally, relying on the text, I'd never have guessed what you've just written:
borutb wrote:The Mrzla gora standard is maybe the toughest in its category.

BTW Have you seen mvs’s comments on US/EU scrambling and climbing?

4 Routes, campsite – why write this, it's just the names. If there's no real info, no links – I'd buy myself a map anyway, I'd like some real help so that I have more free time for fun. :D

5 I thought some Slovenian SP'ers might like to have the fun of creating a page for a peak they like

6 Personally, I usually find it easier to write my own text than correct/extend a text like this. Now I think maybe the best solution is turning such pages into albums.

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by yatsek » Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:27 pm

borutb wrote:
yatsek wrote: Now I think maybe the best solution is turning such pages into albums.


Would you now propose such a solution to the deleting moderator?

Such things have already been done - just recently Eric Visentin asked Bob to turn the Rohace area page into an album.

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by Ghosting » Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:04 am

Mybe this mountain is dangerous, bad conditions, not secuerd paths and out of standard list of another marked and secured hikes.

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by visentin » Fri Dec 10, 2010 10:10 am

T'es en France en train de traquer les sangliers ou en Slovénie les ours ?

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by EricChu » Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:30 am

borutb wrote:
yatsek wrote:A nice day here as well. Plus, talking of the mountains, it looks like most of the September snow has just gone.
Have a nice concert!


Thanks. Beethoven 5th and the tough one of Bartok's piano concerti.
Surely you mean the 2nd concerto? Who was the soloist?


BTW: Climbing in the Mrzla gora/Kaltenberg south face. The direct (FA: F.Knez) is here presented in Marko Prezelj's mountain guide association photo gallery.
http://www.zgvs.si/galerija_prikazi.php?pid=11

Very nice route indeed

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by dmiki » Fri Mar 04, 2011 5:09 pm

Slightly off-topic:

Anybody have an idea where the "Lipicko Brezno" cave might be in Slovenia? Or what the other names for the cave are?

It does not appear under http://e-kataster.speleo.net/v2/index.php

thanks

Update: found some info here http://www.fsz.bme.hu/mtsz/barlang/4tin ... pisko1.htm under the name "Lipisko Brezno"

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by Cy Kaicener » Sat Mar 05, 2011 5:53 pm

I saw this website on alpinist.com
http://grmoclimb.net

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by dmiki » Tue Jun 28, 2011 4:26 pm

borutbk wrote:> New edition of 55 zavarovanih plezalnih poti (55 secured climbing routes, published by Sidarta), a selection of 55 ferratas in Slovenia, the Italian part of the Julian Alps and the Austrian side of the Karavanke (in Slovenian language).


Does an English version exist?

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by visentin » Mon Aug 08, 2011 11:23 am

http://www.bled2011.org/

End of the month :)

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by visentin » Tue Aug 09, 2011 7:56 am

Rowing is a great and beautiful sport and whatever we can say about Bled, with or without tourists, watching world rowing champs in Bled can only be gorgeous experience ! I don't know many bodie of water entitled to host major events and located in such scenic place, except perhaps
Aiguebelette

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Re: how come?

by toc » Sun Aug 14, 2011 2:11 pm

"Multimedia, like video, still or VR panoramas pictures
where people or their propety can be recognised
is not alowed on the teritory of Slovenia"

http://www.erevija.com/novica/2968700/Ukinitev-geografskega-poglavja-Slovenija
http://www.gore-ljudje.net/novosti/67602/

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by visentin » Wed Aug 17, 2011 7:39 am

I hope Triglav doesn't belong to someone :cry:

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Re: Slovenia regional discussion and conditions reports

by toc » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:48 pm

Speaking of Triglav,
today is 80 years since the first Slovenian feature movie
In the Realm of Goldenhorn
had premiere film screening, on August 29th 1931
In the grand hall of the Grand Union Hotel in Ljubljana

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