Kepa/Mittagskogel

The Ultimate Guide to Conquering the Kepa-Mittagskogel

Kepa-Mittagskogel is an international high mountain peak at an elevation of 2.145m (7,037ft) above the sea level, located on the border of Slovenia and Austria.

Set high in the Western Karawanks range, the peak links the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia and the Austrian state of Carinthia. The summit resembles a rocky pyramid with a rounded summit is a landmark in Carinthia.

It is best accessible from the village of Belca on the Slovene side. This forest dirt road, with a length of 8.1 km, from Belca to Kepa/Mittagskogel mountain on Slovenia/Austria border (actually road goes only until saddle at state border at about 1.600m) is one of the most spectacular dirt roads in Slovenia. It was built between the two World Wars.
Pic: Jörg Krug

 

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