Cold Mountain (Slovene: Mrzla gora) is a 2,203-meter (7,228 ft) mountain in the Kamnik Alps. Cold Mountain rises over three valleys: the Logar Valley, the Matk Combe (Slovene: Matkov kot), and the Vellach Combe (German: Vellacher Kotschna, Slovene: Belska kočna). It is rarely visited because it is relatively difficult to ascend with many exposed areas. The border with Austria runs along the northern and western side, and until 1967 it was difficult to access because of political problems. Its first climbers had problems scaling it. In 1876, Robert von Lendenfeld and a guide named Matijevec from Luče reached the western peak and they descended, thinking they had reached the highest peak. In 1877, Karl Blodig (the first to climb every peak over 4,000 meters or 13,000 feet in Europe) tried two times, but quit due to weather well below the top. In the same year Johannes Frischauf, Piskernik, and Matek finally conquered the top. The Frischauf Lodge on Okrešelj is named after him.
There's a hiking trail (T2) leading to the summit. Mrzla gora is one of the 1 peaks along the Matkov kot - Mrzla gora.
The nearest mountain hut is Offner-Hütte located 989m/3 246ft NW of the summit.
By elevation Mrzla gora is
# 1 out of 200 in Völkermarkt # 20 out of 261 in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps # 21 out of 1086 in the Carinthian-Slovenian Alps
By prominence Mrzla gora is
# 18 out of 200 in Völkermarkt # 17 out of 261 in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps # 65 out of 1086 in the Carinthian-Slovenian Alps
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