Started early in the morning from Vrsic pass. Climbed Prisojnik via the normal route (south route) and took the "Jubilejna pot" (Jubilee route) for the 2nd "okno" and the Skrbina pass. Up the west route to Planja pass. Reached the summit just before sunset where I enjoyed the most beautiful moments of this year's trip to the Julian Alps.
We started in early morning (to avoid rain) from Pogacnik hut and after an hour we've been on the top. Very crumbly mountain with somewhat exposed (but short) ferrata just below the summit.
We ended the day in Vrata valley and Aljaz Hut.
From Pogacnikov Dom, then down to Vrsic pass.
We climbed Razor early in the morning, starting from Pogacnik Hut.We met e few young chamois, I have never seen a jump like that, one was afraid and inexperienced.The terrain is uncertain, it is very hard not to push something down.The summit looks like some rocks thrown around randomly.Whole mountain looks like it is going to collapse anytime.
From Vrata valley, across Sovratna and Dovska vrata to Pogacnikov hut on Kriski podi, where we made short stop, and then continued to Sedlo Planja and straight to the top. There were some difficulties near the end of the summit - avoiding rolling rocks, and crossing over the piles of stone that felt from the top last autumn. After we enjoyed nice but misty view all around, we summited down to Pogacnik hut.
We started our day aroung 09.30 hrs from Zadnjica Valley, where we parked our cars, along Pogacnikov Dom na Kriskih Podih. We reached the Razor summit at 16.00 hrs.
We descended back to the mountain refuge, where we spent the night in order to recover needed energy for next day summits.
Leaving early mornings from Pogacnikov Dom na Kriskih Podih, I reached the top around 7.30 h.
Sunny, blue sky and wonderful view on Triglav, Kanjavec, Jalovec, Skrlatica, .....
Back in Pogacnikov Dom na Kriskih Podih arond 8.30 h. Further down to the Trenta valley.