Mojstrovka is a mountain in the Julian Alps with three peaks. The most popular peak is Mala Mojstrovka due to its faster accessibility, followed by Velika and Zadnja Mojstrovka.
The southern slopes of Mala Mojstrovka are flatter and rich in gravel and heather, while the northern part is steeper. The Mala Mojstrovka can be ascended by two paths starting at the Vršič Pass. The southern route leads from the starting point along a cross-climbing route through a sparse larch forest with a steep final ascent. The second route, called the Hanz’s Route, involves climbing with rungs and ropes along a protected route. The motivation to climb Mojstrovka is certainly the magnificent view of the important peaks of the Eastern Julian Alps.