“The best view comes after the hardest climb.”
The second day of our short holiday we decided to go to Prisojnik – 2547 m.
Two years ago we went there on Kopishchar ruote (through the West window), but this time we decided to go on Hanza route (which is described like is the hardest feratta in Slovenia). I admit it scared me when I read the description of the route the evening before. The route goes fully on the north face and is quite long (5 hours). But when we started in the morning all the fears disappeared and I simply enjoyed on every single step.
The views were breathtaking. Waterfalls were falling deep down from the mountain, telling their story – teaching me how you have to move to be ALIVE. Little flowers on the road reminded me how little you need to blossom. Every one of them was so unique and so beautiful. We saw some mountains goats, moving on the most dangerous rocks.
. . . the view was amazing . . .
We decided to descent on the Jubilejna route – through the Second window.
…and this was quite a challenge. I don’t remember the last time my legs were shaking because of the fear. There was some dangerous climbing, where there was about 1000 m of nothing above.
It was like walking on the edge . . . just facing the fear and making the mind quiet. . .
“Never let the fear of falling keep you from reaching for the top.”
Planika … Leontopodium alpinum
“Like wildflowers; You must allow yourself to GROW in all the places people thought you never would.”