The 1,768 metres high mountain was abandoned by Austro-Hungarian soldiers without a single fight at the very beginning of the war between Italy and Austria-Hungary. Italian soldiers occupied the mountain and set up numerous gun positions on it, thus being able to control the battlefields on both Mt. Kal and Mt. Javoršček. Krasji vrh remained in the Italian hands until the breakthrough of the front in 1917.
In the village of Drežniške Ravne, follow the signposts for Zaprikraj. Leave your car by the water trough and continue on foot. Follow the signposts for Krasji vrh. Access to the mountain is possible from the east or you can continue all to the Zaprikraj mountain pasture, where you turn towards the hunting lodge. This path joins the eastern path after a few minutes. The ascent to Mt. Krasji vrh can be done along a circular trail. After rainy days caution is certainly recommended due to the slippery terrain.