Razor (2,601 metres (8,533 ft)) is a pyramidal mountain in the Julian Alps and the sixth-highest mountain in Slovenia. First ascended by Otto Sendtner in 1842, it is now frequently ascended, with numerous mountain huts available for climbers.
Location And Description
Razor is located within the Julian Alps in Slovenia, and is bordered by Luknja and Vršič passes to the east and west, and Krnica and Trenta valleys to the north and south. Together with its neighbouring mountain Prisojnik, it serves to connect Triglav and Jalovec. It is part of Triglav National Park. It is administratively part of Kranjska Gora.The mountain is in a limestone karst region, with the Križ Plateau (Kriški podi) below it being a typical example. The area has been heavily shaped by erosion, caused by glaciation, rivers, and precipitation; as a result, it has many caves, sinkholes, and limestone pavements.
Razor is snow-covered from November to early June, with short nights.
Elevation: 2,601 m (8,533 ft)