Mount Krim (pronounced [ˈkɾiːm]) is a 1,107-meter-high mountain on the southern edge of the Ljubljana Marshes. Because of its location and shape, it is one of the most recogniasble features of the Ljubljana Basin and it is visited each year by thousands of hikers. In the 1970s, the Yugoslav People's Army closed the summit to the public and built a radio center there. Since 1991, the summit has been open again to visitors, and there is also a small mountain lodge.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Planinska koča na Krimu located 9m/28ft undefined of the summit.
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