Besides all other natural treasures and outdoor recreational possibilities that Breginjski Kot has to offer, it is worth spending a day to visit this small climbing area. It is located in the direct vicinity of Nadiža River. Although it is facing away from the sun, you will probably still feel hot in its overhanging wall. A refreshing swim in the river will be more than welcome!
How to get there:
Drive towards the Italian border from Kobarid and just behind Robič village you will spot a large pebbly parking lot where you park.
From the parking lot head to a small inn on foot and proceed on a nicely visible footpath to Nadiža river. Where the river is dammed (a water pool – ideal for swimming!) and the stream is the most narrow and shallow, cross the river (perhaps bring additional footwear and a towel). The path continues through a forest to a wide meadow where it starts to ascend gradually along the side of it. Before long, you arrive to the foot of a spectacular overhanging wall. There is smaller boulder with easier routes on the other side of the meadow. It is a 10 minute walk from the parking lot. Warning: the mentioned parking lot charges a fee in summer and is rather popular because of the nice bathing area at Nadiža river.
Best time for climbing:
Due to its location, it is best to visit this climbing area in summer or early autumn.
Orientation of the wall:
The climbing area faces north.
The slightly underestimated routes will challenge even the best climbers. The overhangs with many handholds demand a lot of strength and stamina. There is a huge boulder with easier routes on the opposite side of the meadow.
Link to the sketch of the crag.