The Slovenian report (and VI)

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The Slovenian report (and VI)

June. Osp,Kamnitnik and Vrsic

To complete the report,we discuss three areas above where no climbing but for which we can at least give minimal information.

Osprey is one of the great: 205 routes between 4a and 8c but unlike other areas,provides the ability to scale up to 150 meters on the way to a degree that is usually around the seventh in free.

Yes,the sun hits the walls inclement since South orientation is majoritarian.

There are a couple of sectors oriented east and west but with few easy ways.

Kamnitnik an area of interest is very very local.

Just outside Škofja Loka, one of the cities that are worth visiting,stands out as one of the few areas of conglomerate in Slovenia.

But the tracks are very short (10 meters) and even worse the environment is urban and tatty. It also gives the sun all day.

Not even worth approaching.

Vrsic however was one of the surprises and frustrations of travel time (as Kotecnik).

Located in the mountain pass of the same name,opened by Russian prisoners,many of whom gave their lives during the First World War and still endures.

Zonita is a high mountain,with two sectors and 34 tracks between 4a and the 6c + and their feet still checkpoints of the Great War.

South facing but even in summer it's cold stunning (at least the day we were us).If you go pack a jacket but you sound silly.

We we went to have a look at the upper sector and ultimately not climb the cold and the wind was!

By far not look like much but the closer we discovered a wall very well equipped and with the appearance of very disfrutona offer a large climbing songs? Eroded by the wind?.

Finally,if you approach,do not let to pass for the Russian Chapel built by prisoners in honor of their dead companions (over a hundred).

A beauty!

And with that the Slovenian report.

Next? Sardinia?

Who knows ...

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I know it's not WTF friday yet

2007-08-02 08:53:09 by NEpdxYo

But i just found this in the astronomy fo and couldn't resist sharing. last week, a fireball flew through the daylit skies of croatia, slovenia and italy. the news report (*the link*) is in croatian, but the video footage is really neat. they're still trying to figure out if and where it landed...
"Exploding Meteor in Croatia
SUPER-BOLIDE: On Wednesday, July 25th at approximately 10:...egory of superbolides--exploding meteors of magnitude -17 or brighter. They are, essentially, small asteroids measuring a few to 10 meters in diameter and massing a few hundred metric tons. Superbolides trigger seismic detectors on the ground, produce waves of infrasound that can travel thousands of miles, and they are tracked by military satellites scanning Earth for nuclear explosions. "

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