It was early August, so to speak the peak of the mountaineering season for most of the country, and the sun was about to spread its first rays over the sleepy slopes. Besides a few other cars, my husband and I were among the few hikers to go up the highest peak of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps that day, Mount Grintovec.
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The Kamnik-Savinja Alps might cover just 900 km2 in size - compared to the Julian Alps with 4,400 km2, but they’re not any less beautiful! Even more so because the area has mainly remained pretty wild and the routes usually hard and exposed.
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