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Prisank Mountain Window

Kranjska Gora 4280, Slovenia
+386 4 580 94 40
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The large window that nature carved in the face of the Prisank mountain is the best-known in Slovenia. It is a staggering 80 metres tall and 40 metres wide. Its tattered rock cliffs and the large mound of scree below indicate that sometime in history, the rock was punctured at a weak joint causing a landslide that, through rock-deterioration and weathering, grew to its present day size. Which is the correct name, Prisank or Prisojnik? This is a dilemma that has been going on for more than a century. Both names mean the same in the Slovenian language and the name of the mountain indicates that its slopes are positioned to face the Sun.
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Kranjska Gora 4280, Slovenia
+386 4 580 94 40
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Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

There are great hikes in this area and this phenomenon is certainly worth at least viewing even if you don't have the equipment / nerve to climb through it. Experienced climbers will find it a breeze in good weather and hikers with a good head...More

Thank Trekbud
Reviewed 30 July 2017

The window view at Prisank is amazing but the second window on a way to Razor is even more beautiful. It is a nice via ferata there and much more easier one than ascent to Prisank.

Thank klocislav
Reviewed 28 June 2017

Very nice place and very nice phenomenon - but not all the time. The Prisank Mountain Window is visible also from the Jasna Lake. If you hit the proper moment - great impression.

Thank Mariusz_EU
Reviewed 10 April 2017

The Local guide gave us plenty of time to stop and gaze at the Rugged mountain terrain which had some deer on high ledges or so I was told. I couldn't see them despite fellow travellers attempting unsuccessfully to point them out. Wonderful place to...More

Thank honorgordon
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Open part of the mountain is a real hole. You can pass by when you climb to the top of Prisank mountain. Another, difficult path leads even through this window. For all the ordinary visitors I recommend to look at the window from a distance....More

Thank Miha P
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We were on a tour through the Julian Alps and this feature as pointed out to us by our guide. It is quite spectacular.

Thank Ann H
Reviewed 21 August 2016

Located quite a distance after bend 12 there is a parking sign which we discovered was the viewpoint of Prisank mountain, the window and the Heathen Maiden. The window was clear to see in the mountain and although it only looked like a small wedge...More

1  Thank TassieTravellers99
Reviewed 19 August 2016

Not so much for the "window" ... but the environment around the area is really beautiful. Along the road there is some space to park and enjoy the area.

Thank Luis M
Reviewed 24 October 2015

The window looks very small from the look out point but it is 83 meters tall and 2 Statues of Liberty would fit through the gap. It doesn't take long to look at it but it is impressive to think how it would look if...More

Thank Jramosprez
Reviewed 9 September 2015

The small window is visible from Lake Jasna but to see the large window you will need to drive up the Vrsic Pass with its 50 hairpin bends.

Thank Adventuremachine
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