Mangart is 2679 meters high mountain in Julian Alps. It is the fourth highest mountain in Slovenia. It lies on the border with Italy, so it attracts many mountaineers from both countries. The starting point to Mangart is the Mangart Saddle, which is situated on the 2055 meters above sea level. Up to there will drive you the picturesque former military road, which was built in the year 1938. In the saddle is the mountain hut, where they have delicious Slovenian food. It is open from July till September. The Mangart Saddle is a popular place for gliding parachutists. From there we can see Mangrt Lake. There are two main paths to the Mangart, Italian and Slovenian Way. Italian Path is gently sloping, easier and it takes about two hours. Slovenian Path goes by western wall and it is more difficult. It takes about one hour and half. It is necessary that we have helmet and other proper equipment. Mangart is famous by geological and botanical specialities. It is the only habitant for some rare plants. From the spacious summit is the unforgettable view to Julian Alps with neighbourhood places like Trbiz, Log pod Mangartom, Predil and Lake Valley with Lake Predil (Lake Raibl).