Peč/Tromeja/Monte Forno/Dreiländereck/Ofen is a 1,508 m high peak, located at the triple border between Slovenia, Italy and Austria. The top offers a spectacular view of the Julian Alps, the Gailtal Alps, the Gurktal Alps, the High and Low Tauern and the western part of the Karavanke mountains.
You will notice that the memorials at the top are written in all three languages. Every year a social event brings together representatives of all three nations.
The Tromeja (Triple border) tourist route
Seven kilometres, where you will find out about everything you wanted to know about… …the formation of the village of Rateče, the pastures, and forests in the Karavanke Mountains, the Rapal border and the Triple Border, the crossroad of three nations and cultures. The Tromeja tourist route can be started in the centre of Rateče at the ethnographic sight, the Kajžnik House. Then, you follow your way towards the Šurc Inn and along the forest path towards the Peč Peak. This 7-kilometre trail can be walked alone or with a guided group.