The queen of slovenian top level climbing. With its horseshoe shape it brings luck to all good climbers. In last couple of years a lot of easier routes were bolted, and climbers got better as well, so Mišja finally lost its infamous label of elitist playground, though you may still get a funny look if you study a „warmup“ route for the 8‘s for too long. Otherwise this is the most international crag in this part of the world, where foreign visitors are often the majority. It helps if you are strong. And have excellent technique, along with stamina.
The crag is situated outside the village, which doesn‘t absolve you from basic rules of etiquette. Watch out where you are walking, don‘t pick fruits, take trash with you and try to sasisfy your basic needs at home, in the camp or at Viki burger.
Try to get the latest information regarding the parking. Since the old parking under the crag was abandoned, a new parking was formed a couple 100 meters back, on the left side of the road. If you plan to climb in Mišja, use that parking. Do not park in driveways or on the side of the road. To get to the wall, go around, following the road - don‘t cross the pastures and fields on the side of the road. The approach is not long and will ideally warm you up for climbing. When going uphill use well trodden paths - you will get to the left or the right part of the crag, then just follow the wall around.
Coming from the north, take the highway A1 to Koper (from south, take the highway A1 to Ljubliana) until the exit „Kastelec“ or the next „Crni Kal“. Then follow directions to Crni Kal, after that to Osp.