Kamnik–Savinja Alps

The Kamnik–Savinja Alps are a mountain range of the Southern Limestone Alps. They lie in northern , except for the northernmost part, which lies in .

Notable Places in the Area

Summit
is a 2,203-meter mountain in the Kamnik Alps. is situated 780 metres southwest of Kamnik–Savinja Alps. Photo: Borut Kantuser, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Summit
Carinthia Mount Rinka or the Cross, with an elevation of 2,433 metres, is a mountain in the central Kamnik–Savinja Alps in northern . is situated 2 km southwest of Kamnik–Savinja Alps. Photo: Borut Kantuser, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Summit
is the third-highest peak in the Kamnik Alps and is known for the Glacier, which is the easternmost glacier in the . is situated 3 km southwest of Kamnik–Savinja Alps. Photo: JakobZ, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Summit
is situated 2 km southwest of Kamnik–Savinja Alps. Photo: Borut Kantuser, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

The is a region in northern , close to the border with . Photo: AleksanderSandi, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Hamlet
is a settlement in the in the Municipality of Solčava in northern . is situated 4 km northeast of Kamnik–Savinja Alps. Photo: Sl-Ziga, Public domain.

Locality
The , Paulitsch Pass or Paulitsch Saddle or just Pavlič is a mountain pass that connects the municipality of in the historical region of Lower Styria with the state of Carinthia. is situated 4½ km north of Kamnik–Savinja Alps. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.5 si.

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