View from the Brana peak (2253m)
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Panoramic photo by Zoran Stanko Taken 11:12, 20/10/2013 - Views loading...


View from the Brana peak (2253m)

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This is the view fron the Brana peak in Kamnik Alps, Slovenia. It took me almost 4 hours to get there. The view was fantastic and me and my 2 friends were enjoying alone at the top. 

There was already some snow at the top but nothing serious, only strong gusts of winds gave us some problems at the ridge.

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