Kamniško-Savinjske Alpe (area of 988 km2). Mountain range on the North Slovenia
The westernmost region of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps runs from the west, near Moste from the confluence of Završnica brook with Sava Dolinka Rive, south of Završnica, as a narrow ridge from Brinje vrh (715 m n.v.) north of Žirovnica to Smokuški vrh (868 m n.v.). From Smokuški vrh to Kališče (980 m n.v.) and along the stream Blatnica to Begunje, east of Sv. Peter risin (839 m n.v.).
Next is the second group II. (Dobrča) from Begunje along the valley of the Begunjščica brook, south of Luknja to Prevala (1311 m n.v.), south of Potočnik's hill to the valley of Mošenik and the confluence of Mošenik brook with Tržiška Bistrica River.From the west (the third group (III.), follows the edge north of the ridge of Kriška gora and Tolsti9 vrh (1715 m n.v.), south of the Lomščica brook to Javorniški preval (1467 m n.v.) north of the Škarjeve pečo(1671 m n.v.) and along the Tržiški graben to the stream Reka on north-west of Kozji vrh (1628 m n.v.) to the confluence with Kokra River near Spodnje Jezersko.
The highest peak of this group is Storžič (2132 m n.v.).The fourth group (IV.) Follows from the left bank of Kokra River to the confluence with the Jezernica brook to the mountain basin of Jezersko, than to Ravenska Kočna and Jenkova planina. From Jenko's mountain there is the ridge of Mala Baba (2018 m n.v.), Velika Baba (2127 m n.v.) and Ledinki vrh (2108 m n.v.) to Jezersko sedlo (mountain saddle) (2,036 m n.v.) and further to Okrešlja and Kamnik saddle (Jermanova vrata, 1876 m n.v.) Bistrice. The highest peak of this group and the highest peak in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps is Grintovec 2558 m n.v.).
The Jezersko and Savinjsko sedlo are the mountain saddles of the three mountain valleys of Belska Kočna, Matkov kot in Logarska dolina. There is a 6 km long mountain range from Mrzla gora (2203 m n.v.), Matkove kope (1957 m n.v.) to the Pavličeve stene(1653 m n.v.) in the direction of NE.
Between the Matkov kot and Logarska valley, the mountain chain is from the Zabrložnica (1,635 m n.v.), the Great Summit (1539 m n.v.) to Orlovec (1,251 m n.v.) south of the Jezera stream, which flows along the confluence of Črna brook at the entrance to Logarska dolina as the longest entirely Slovenian river Savinja.
Fifth group (V.). It begins at the left tributary of the Savinja River, the stream of Klobaš, which flows below the Grohat mountain (1367 m n.v.), north of the ridge of Raduha, then to the Lower Slemen (1254 m n.v.) and south of Bistra to Vrtačnikov potok and below the northern foothills of the Smrekovo mountain range across the Ludranskega vrha to the Koroška Kramarica, across the river to the Kramarica River (1124 m n.v.) and to the Štajerska Kramarica. Follow the Kramarica river to the source of Ljubija and below Visočki vrh to the Šentflojanščice riverbank and continue to the confluence with Paka River. The boundary of the area leads then along the Paka valley to the villages of Paška vas and Podgorje near Letuša, then under the eastern plain of the Dobrovlje plateau west of Braslovč, where the eastern part of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps is located.
Towards the west there are the southern slopes of the Dobravlje plateau (IV d.), north of Vransko and along the course of the Mesnjiste up to the Upper Tuhinje under the southern slopes of Menina planina (IV. C.) To Godič and then towards the north-west above the Tunjiška gričevje under the southern slopes The Kamnik-Savinja Alps above the Ljubljana Basin and the Land to the extreme western part of Žirovnica.
(Study of the regionalisation of mountain region based on rivers, Boštjan Burger 2005)