Ojstrica

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Ojstrica
Ojstrica Raduha.jpg
Highest point
Elevation2,350 m (7,710 ft)
Coordinates46°21′50.220″N 14°38′14.064″E / 46.36395000°N 14.63724000°E / 46.36395000; 14.63724000Coordinates: 46°21′50.220″N 14°38′14.064″E / 46.36395000°N 14.63724000°E / 46.36395000; 14.63724000
Geography
Ojstrica is located in Slovenia
Ojstrica
Ojstrica
Parent rangeKamnik–Savinja Alps
Geology
Age of rock250 million years
Mountain typelimestone
Climbing
First ascent1823 by Ernest Joanelli
Easiest routeSouth
Ojstrica from Dleskovška planota

Ojstrica (2,350 meters or 7,710 feet) is a mountain in the eastern part of the Kamnik Alps with a pyramid-shaped top that is visible from far away. The name Ojstrica derives from the Slovene word oster 'sharp'. There is a 600-meter (2,000 ft) high wall on its northern side to the bottom of the Logar Valley. The eastern side, down to the Roban Combe (Slovene: Robanov kot), also has a high wall. There are several climbing routes.

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