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Slovenia: Prisojnikovo okno – The Largest Rocky Window in the Alps
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The window in the rock above the Vršič saddle in the Slovenian Alps is 80 m high and 30 m wide, and a fairly demanding ferrata leads directly through it. If you don't feel like it, don't be sad, you can also get here by the classic trekking route. The weather is quite changeable here, be careful. The journey is challenging, but good prospects are permanent views, but see for yourself.
80 meters high and 30 meters wide. So big is the window in the rock above the Vršič saddle in the Slovenian Alps. Directly through it there is quite a demanding ferrata, but you can also get up the classic trekking route, which we will now set off together.
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