Blažec’s Rock is a 1091 metre high outcrop located north-east of Mojstrana and Dovje. The steep cliffs rising above the village of Dovje offer several long stretches and a magnificent view of the Vrata valley. The climbing area, called Blažec’s Rock, is suitable for experienced climbers as the routes are mostly multi-pitch and quite difficult. There are 25 routes to choose from, ranging from 18 to 80 metres in length.
The top of the rock can also be reached via a well-maintained footpath leading to the middle rock. From the top of the rock, you can also do an interesting 80 metre adrenaline descent.
Between Dovje and Blažec Rock, you will find the Urbas Rock climbing area. The 27 routes, ranging from 12 to 27 metres in length, are mostly of easier difficulty. The climbing centre also offers two overhanging technical routes, which are suitable especially for climbing schools.
The high mountain climbing area on Vršič is clearly visible from the pass, and can be reached by following the path that leads to the shelter under Špička. The smooth slabs with good rock offer 35 routes ranging from 18 to 100 metres in length.
The climbing area in Radovna can be found near the hand-shaped monument. The steep access leads to fifteen routes of 14 to 25 metres.
You can climb the artificial climbing wall in the Gozd Martuljek.