|Elevation||2,558 m (8,392 ft)|
|Prominence||1,706 m (5,597 ft)|
|First ascent||1759 by Giovanni Antonio Scopoli|
At 2,558 metres (8,392 ft) high, Grintovec is the highest mountain in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps. It is a popular location for hiking, climbing and skiing. The first recorded ascent was in 1759 by the botanist Giovanni Antonio Scopoli.
It is relativetly easy to climb if you start from the lodge in Kamniška Bistrica, via the Zois Lodge at Kokra Saddle.
- 3h: From the Czech Lodge at Spodnje Ravni (Slovene: Češka koča na Spodnjih Ravneh) via Mala vratica, then on the southeastern ridge Dolga stena
- 3h: From the Zois Lodge at Kokra Saddle (Slovene: Cojzova koča na Kokrskem sedlu) via Streho
- 3½h: From the Czech Lodge at Spodnje Ravni via Mlinarsko sedlo on eastern ridge
- 3½-4 h: From the Czech Lodge at Spodnje Ravni on Dolška škrbina, then on Šprem Route
- "Grintovec". SummitPost.org. Retrieved 2008-09-16.
- Media related to Grintovec at Wikimedia Commons
- Grintovec. Map and virtual panoramas. Burger.si
- Grintovec on hribi.net Route Description and Photos (slo)
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