Partisan Peak (Slovene: Partizanski vrh), originally known as Mount Kotlič, located on the southern part of the plateau, is its highest peak and reaches an elevation of 1,411 metres (4,629 ft). The northern part of the plateau has elevations up to 1,100 metres (3,600 ft).
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- Radmannsdorf (1:75,000 map). Vienna: Vienna: K. u. k. Militärgeographisches Institut. 1914.
- Media related to Jelovica at Wikimedia Commons
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