Raduha is a 2062-meter-high mountain in the eastern part of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. It is separated from the central group of mountains by the deep gorge created by the Savinja River.
The southeast slope of the mountain is steep, covered with grass and dwarf pines. The middle part is somewhat gentler and covered with a rare larch forest. At 1534 metres above sea level, there is a mountain lodge called Koca na Loki. You can also visit the Snezna jama cave (the Snow Cave), the highest lying Slovenian tourist cave (1500 meters above sea level).