Storžič (pronounced [ˈstɔːɾʒitʃ]; 2132 m) is the highest mountain in the western part of the Kamnik–Savinja Alps. The top is a nicely shaped cone (Slovene: storž), from which the mountain got its name. Storžič has a good panoramic view. To the south are the Ljubljana Basin, Mount Krim, the Javornik Hills, Mount Snežnik, the Nanos Plateau, and the Škofja Loka Hills. To the west are the Julian Alps with prominent Mount Triglav. To the north are the Karawanks with Mount Stol, Mount Begunjščica, and Mount Košuta. To the east are the Jezersko Cirque, Mount Grintovec, the Kalce Ridge and Mount Krvavec.
There's an alpine trail (T4) leading to the summit. Storžič is one of the 83 peaks along the multi-day Slovenian mountain trail.
The nearest mountain hut is Bivak pod Storžičem located 452m/1 484ft WNW of the summit.
By elevation Storžič is
# 8 out of 1130 in the Karavanks # 30 out of 1086 in the Carinthian-Slovenian Alps
By prominence Storžič is
# 9 out of 1130 in the Karavanks # 22 out of 9254 in Slovenia # 10 out of 1086 in the Carinthian-Slovenian Alps
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