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The South Face of Stenar

Average Rating = 3.00/5 The South Face of Stenar

The South Face of Stenar, a mountain in the Vrata Valley in Julian Alps, is not as popular as its east face. The climbs here are around 200 m high, while the east face falls 700 m to the Vrata Valley. I took this photo after my partner and I did the second ascent of Skoljka route on the last of july 2004. The rute is marked on the photo. You can find complete topo on: http://users.volja.net/relja/slike/skica-skoljka.gif
Submitted by: rado on 2004-08-17
Views: 1523 | Vote: 1 | Comment: 1
Ice-extreme '04 Ksenia Sdobnikova

Average Rating = 4.12/5 Ice-extreme '04 Ksenia Sdobnikova

Isn't climbing a vertical sport? Well, not if you compete in Ice Extreme Solcava. This is a russian climber Ksenia Sdobnikova, one of the best female ice climbers in the world. She was 4th. at the Ice Climbing World Championship 2004 in Saas Fee and won the least weekend competition in Solcava, Slovenia.

The red lines mark the areas where climber may place his ice tools and feet. Blue lines mark the ranking zones in which the route is divided.

Submitted by: rado on 2004-02-05
Views: 1938 | Votes: 32 | Comments: 11
Ice-extreme '04 - Erik Svab

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Ice-extreme '04 - Erik Svab

Erik Svab shaking his right hand in the last route of the yesterday's final at the Ice-extreme Solcava '04 - ice climbing competition.
Submitted by: rado on 2004-02-03
Views: 768 | Votes: 12 | Comment: 1
Spela toproping Pestrna (5a)

Average Rating = 3.20/5 Spela toproping Pestrna (5a)

This is my friend Spela climbing a route in Vransko. Vransko is a nice cosy crag with short approach and moderate routes. Photo by Rado Miklavcic, fall 2001.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-09-04
Views: 671 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 2
Spela just below the top of Pestrna

Average Rating = 3.75/5 Spela just below the top of Pestrna

My friend Spela climbing a 5a route in Vransko. Vransko is a nice cosy crag with short approach and moderate routes. Photo by Rado Miklavcic, fall 2001.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-09-04
Views: 707 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 2
Janja toproping a route named

Average Rating = 2.62/5 Janja toproping a route named "Vrtec"

This is the easiest and shortest route in this section (French grade 4a, 8m). Photo taken on the last day of august 2002 by Rado.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-09-03
Views: 600 | Votes: 8 | Comments: 0
Janja warming up on 4a

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Janja warming up on 4a

Although this is the easiest route in this section, it is a nice warmup before climbing something harder. Photo taken in august 2002 by Rado.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-09-03
Views: 556 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Janja on

Average Rating = 3.14/5 Janja on "Gnilo jabolko (Rotten Apple)"

The first two meters of this route are the hardest. If you manage to pull the first three or four moves, the rest is a piece of cake. Photo taken on 31st of august 2002 by Rado.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-09-03
Views: 605 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 0
Rado leading

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Rado leading "Mala sola (Nursery School)"

This was my first route on that day. The name is Nursery school, which sounded more than appropriate :-). It is graded French 4b, but the crux move, just before the top would deserve a higher grade. Taken on 31st of august 2002 by Janja Slabe.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-09-03
Views: 756 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Borut leading a 6c

Average Rating = 3.17/5 Borut leading a 6c

The photo was taken in april 2002 in one of the most famous Slovenian climbing resorts - Osp, which is situated in the southwest of the country, very close to the Italian border. My friend Borut was leading one of the single pitch routes, graded french 6c. Photographer: Rado Miklavcic
Submitted by: rado on 2002-09-03
Views: 9991 | Votes: 6 | Comments: 0
Like Flies on the Ice

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Like Flies on the Ice

This is definitely the most crowded ice climb I have ever seen. The slide was shot in january 2001, when due to the very mild winter, Tamar was one of the few ice climbing areas in Slovenia with some climable ice.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-03-07
Views: 758 | Votes: 9 | Comments: 2
The Central Fall in Tamar (Slovenia)

Average Rating = 3.75/5 The Central Fall in Tamar (Slovenia)

A party of three on the second pitch of the Central Fall in Tamar. Photo taken in january 2001 by Rado Miklavcic.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-03-07
Views: 1221 | Votes: 12 | Comments: 2
Fighting the Roof

Average Rating = 3.90/5 Fighting the Roof

The 1.st Slovenian Open Ice Climbing Championship, Solcava 2002. This is me fighting the roof of the second route in the speed ice climbing race. Photo by Janja Slabe.
Submitted by: rado on 2002-01-31
Views: 947 | Votes: 11 | Comments: 0
Dancing on Ice

Average Rating = 3.57/5 Dancing on Ice

The 1st. Slovenian Open Ice Climbing Championship, Solcava 2002. This is me "dancing" up the first route in difficulty race. Photo taken on 26th of jan. 2002 by Janja Slabe
Submitted by: rado on 2002-01-31
Views: 762 | Votes: 7 | Comments: 2