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Meadow Razor

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Just below the steep south face of the ridge Lower Bohinj Mountains, just a few miles west of Vogel, lies a beautiful, sunny meadow Razor. To most of the more enthusiastic mountain climbers this is only a midway point of the trip from Črna prst of Mt. Krn. It's location, views of the Tolmin and breathtaking view of the mountain wall just above it are good enough reasons, for an independent tour. At meadow Razor runs several routes. The easiest one from meadow Stador but much prettier and more diverse is the way from Tolminske Ravne trough mountain pass Plazje.

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A: Razor meadow

by Gorazd Bajt, 300 meters away

Razor meadow

B: Razor mountain hut

by Gorazd Bajt, 410 meters away

Just below the steep south face of the ridge Lower Bohinj Mountains, just a few miles west of Vogel, ...

Razor mountain hut

C: Hunting lodge

by Gorazd Bajt, 520 meters away

Hunting lodge

D: On the way to Kal meadow

by Gorazd Bajt, 1.3 km away

On the way to Kal meadow

E: Autumn in Posocje valley #2

by Gorazd Bajt, 1.4 km away

Autumn in Posocje valley #2

F: Tolminske Ravne view

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View on Tolminske Ravne

Tolminske Ravne view

G: Beech forest

by Gorazd Bajt, 1.7 km away

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H: Partisan cyclostyle Tehnika Krn #2

by Gorazd Bajt, 1.8 km away

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Partisan cyclostyle Tehnika Krn #2

I: Partisan cyclostyle Tehnika Krn #1

by Gorazd Bajt, 1.8 km away

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Partisan cyclostyle Tehnika Krn #1

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