|Elevation||2,558 m (8,392 ft) |
|Prominence||1,706 m (5,597 ft) |
|Parent range||Kamnik–Savinja Alps|
|First ascent||1759 by Giovanni Antonio Scopoli|
Grintovec is the highest mountain of the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, with an elevation of 2,558 metres (8,392 ft). It is a popular location for hiking, climbing and skiing. The first recorded ascent was in 1759 by the botanist Giovanni Antonio Scopoli.
- 3h: From the Czech Lodge at Spodnje Ravni (Slovene: Češka koča na Spodnjih Ravneh) via Little Door Pass (Mala vratca), then on the southeastern ridge Long Wall (Dolga stena)
- 3h: From the Zois Lodge at Kokra Saddle (Slovene: Cojzova koča na Kokrskem sedlu) via the Roof Slope (Streha), the southern top slope of Mount Grintovec.
- 3½h: From the Czech Lodge at Spodnje Ravni via Mlinar Saddle (Mlinarsko sedlo) on eastern ridge
- 3½-4 h: From the Czech Lodge at Spodnje Ravni on the Dolci Notch Pass (Dolška škrbina), then on the 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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