Kanjavec

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Kanjavec
Kanjavec.jpg
Kanjavec
Highest point
Elevation 2,569 m (8,428 ft) [1]
Prominence 438 m (1,437 ft) [2]
Coordinates 46°21′36.392″N 13°48′38.578″E / 46.36010889°N 13.81071611°E / 46.36010889; 13.81071611Coordinates: 46°21′36.392″N 13°48′38.578″E / 46.36010889°N 13.81071611°E / 46.36010889; 13.81071611
Geography
Kanjavec is located in Slovenia
Kanjavec
Kanjavec
Location in Slovenia
Location Slovenia
Parent range Julian Alps

Kanjavec is a 2,569-metre (8,428 ft) mountain in the center of Triglav National Park. It lies between the Dolič Pass at 2,164 m, the Hribarice Pass at 2,306 m and the Prehodavci Pass at 2071 m. Kanjavec is also a popular ski touring destination, from the summit, there is a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. It is relatively easy to ascend, with a few exposed areas.

Starting points[edit]

  • Zadnjica (609 m)
  • Blato Mountain Pasture (Slovene: Planina Blato; 1,147 m)
  • Savica Lodge (Koča pri Savici; 653 m)

Routes[edit]

  • 6¼ hrs from Zadnjica, over the Prehodavci Pass
  • 6 hrs from Zadnjica, via the Dolič Pass
  • 6 hrs Koča pri Savici (1,542 m) via the Triglav Lakes Valley
  • 6¼ hrs from Blato Mountain Pasture via Mišelj Peak
  • 5¾ hrs from Blato Mountain Pasture via Za Kopico
  • 6 hrs from Blato Mountain Pasture over the Krstenica Mountain Pasture (Planina Krstenica)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Projekt 2000: Slovenski dvatisočaki" [Project 2000: Slovene Two-Thousanders] (in Slovenian). Retrieved 8 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Kanjevec - peakbagger". peakbagger.org. Retrieved 13 February 2015. 

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