Some describe Triglav as the king of the Slovenian Alps, and Skrlatica is the queen. So which is harder to climb? Here are my thoughts about this issue.
If you are in the Slovenian Alps, in particular in the Kranjska Gora area, and you have a few hours extra time, you would not want to miss visiting Tamar Hut (Planinski Dom Tamar).
If you plan to stay a few days on high elevations above Vrata Valley in Slovenian Alps, Bivak IV Skrlatica (Bivak na Rusju) may be used as your main refuge.
I have climbed Spik (Špik, 2472 m) in the Slovenian Alps by following both of its normal routes, so here is my report about this great mountain.
If you plan climbing Skrlatica (Škrlatica, 2740 m, 8989 ft) in the Slovenian Alps, here you have a first-hand report about my our. So keep reading.