Primero de todo buenos días! 😊 como me gustan los domingos! Día de hacer muchas cosas o directamente no hacer nada, pero sin obligaciones 😍 Que bien se viviría así verdad? Sin tener nada que te ate... Bueno quizás por eso llena tanto de felicidad viajar no? Porque son esos momentos de la vida en los que eres completamente libre y haces lo que te place cada instante.. Y segundo quería agradecer los 20k que somos ya por aquí! Ole vosotros! 😍❤️😍
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Fairy tale near Mt. Ratitovec. Photo by @simonprimozic.
Selected by @zokus_gf, co - founder of @Igslovenia. .
Ratitovec is considered to be the south-easternmost summit of Julian Alps. As it has also a similar character as the neighbouring Julian Alps fore-hills, it is also considered to be a part of the hills of Škofja Loka and Polhov Gradec. But due to the fact that it is the highest elevation of Jelovica plateau, which is a part of core Julian Alps and that its massif is a direct continuation of the South Bohinj mountain chain, putting Ratitovec in core Julian Alps is justified. Even if the massif is rounded, it shows also several steep rock faces and already an overall high alpine character, as it is manifested in Julian Alps.
Ratitovec is a broad massif, finishing on the southern side the Jelovica plateau. While the plateau lies on altitudes from 1000 m to 1300 m, all four main summits of Ratitovec exceed the altitude of 1600 m. The main ridge of the massif is running in the W-E direction, on the highest point it starts turning towards the NE. The four summits, starting from the west, are: Kremant, 1658 m, Altemaver, 1678 m, Gladki vrh, 1667 m and Kosmati vrh, 1643 m.
The area is very popular in all times of season. Due to broad panoramas on all sides and abundant flora, these are perfect hiking goals. The net of marked paths is dense and people are coming from various directions. Just below the top there is a mountain hut, which is usually opened also in winter (for weekends). In winter, Ratitovec is also a perfect ski tour, appropriate for a quick half day ski trip. Especially, as the villages on the SE, where ski tours usually start, are reachable by roads, so you gain some altitude. /summitpost.org/
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