- List of mountains in Slovenia
- Julian Alps (Slovene: Julijske Alpe) in the northwestern part of Slovenia. The highest peak is Triglav - 2,864 metres (9,396 feet) above sea.
- Karavanke - a massive ridge that forms a natural boundary between Slovenia and Austria. The highest peak is Stol - 2,236 m ((7,336 feet).
- Kamnik–Savinja Alps (Slovene: Kamniško-Savinjske Alpe) lie to the south of Karavanke. The highest peak is Grintovec - 2,558 m (8,392 feet) above sea.
In the Inner Carniola, the highest peaks are Veliki Snežnik (1,796 metres (5,892 ft), part of the Snežnik plateau and the highest non-Alpine peak in Slovenia, and Suhi vrh (1,313 metres (4,308 ft)), part of the Nanos plateau. They're both part of the Dinaric Alps.
This list contains height (above sea level) of some notable peaks in Slovenia.
Peak Mountain range Height (m) Triglav Julian Alps 2864 Škrlatica Julian Alps 2740 Mali Triglav Julian Alps 2725 Mangart Julian Alps 2679 Visoki Rokav Julian Alps 2646 Jalovec Julian Alps 2645 Veliki Oltar Julian Alps 2621 Špik nad Plazom Julian Alps 2606 Velika Martuljška Ponca Julian Alps 2602 Razor Julian Alps 2601 Dolkova špica Julian Alps 2591 Visoki Kanin Julian Alps 2587 Grintovec Kamnik–Savinja Alps 2558 Prisojnik Julian Alps 2547 Dovški križ Julian Alps 2542 Skuta Kamnik–Savinja Alps 2533 Planjava Kamnik–Savinja Alps 2396 Ojstrica Kamnik–Savinja Alps 2350 Bavški Grintavec Julian Alps 2347 Krn Julian Alps 2244 Stol Karavanke 2236 Košutnikov turn Karavanke - Košuta 2133 Storžič Kamnik–Savinja Alps 2132 Kordeževa glava Karavanke - Peca 2126 Raduha Kamnik–Savinja Alps 2062 Rodica Julian Alps 1966 Mojstrovica Karavanke 1816 Veliki Snežnik Snežnik 1796 Uršlja Mountain Karavanke 1699 Ratitovec Julian Alps 1666 Porezen Škofja Loka Hills 1630 Blegoš Škofja Loka Hills 1562 Črni vrh Pohorje 1543 Velika Kopa Pohorje 1542 Peč Karavanke 1509 Pleša Nanos 1260 Kum Posavje Hills 1219 Čaven Trnovo Forest 1186 Logarjev kogel Gorjanci 1126 Mrzlica Posavje Hills 1122 Krim Krim Hills 1107 Rog Kočevski Rog 1099 Mirna gora Kočevski Rog 1047 Slavnik Slavnik - Čičarija 1028 Veliki Javornik Bohor 1024 Boč Konjice–Boč Hills 978 Sotina Hill Goričko 418
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